Resettled to Canada four years ago, Syrian refugee Sari Alesh pays a vibrant tribute to the 22 victims of the deadliest rampage in Canadian history.
As COVID-19 has shown, solidarity is more important than ever. On World Refugee Day, join UNHCR in celebrating refugees’ courage and resilience worldwide.
As forced displacement tops 79.5 million, Filippo Grandi urges UN Security Council to use its authority seek peace and inclusion for the displaced.
By producing soap, treating the sick and shopping for the vulnerable, these seven refugees from around the world are taking action to fight the coronavirus.
We are marking this year’s World Refugee Day against a backdrop of a dramatic global crisis. COVID-19 is a disease that is still very much affecting us all.
UNHCR has partnered with Twitter and 22-year-old Ivorian artist O’Plérou for the launch of the 2020 World Refugee Day emoji.
O’Plérou made world headlines with 365 emojis that change the way people see Africa. Now he has turned his creative spotlight onto refugees.
Marco, a gay refugee from Honduras, finds safety in Canada after fleeing from violence in his home country and in Mexico.
In its annual Global Trends report, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, said 68.5 million people were displaced as of the end of 2017 — a record high.
Frontline responders from the North of Central America shed light on a silent crisis affecting women and children at Canada’s doorstep
To raise the visibility of the displacement crisis facing the North of Central America, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is welcoming government representatives and human rights activists from the region on 18-20 June, to share first-hand information with Canadians.