We take special care to bring you the personal stories of the men, women and children we help each day.
Employment and educaiton initiatives in Canada empower us to play a role in building stronger and more inclusive communities.
A cooperative of Somali refugees and Ethiopian host community, supported by the IKEA Foundation, turn invasive weeds into energy
UNHCR is appealing for support for displaced Afghans and their hosting communities, ahead of the first-ever Global Refugee Forum in Geneva, next week.
UNHCR welcomes Malta’s decision to help end statelessness after it acceded to the 1954 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons.
Following violence in South Sudan, UNHCR Chief Filippo Grandi is calling on all parties to boost efforts to form an inclusive national unity government.
A programme by Volkswagen offers refugees, including Mastura, a path to a permanent job at the world’s largest auto maker in Germany.
Comment by Andrew Harper, UNHCR’s newly appointed Special Advisor on Climate Action, who is attending this year’s UN Climate Change Conference, known as COP 25, in Madrid
We are concerned that the impacts of climate change will become threat multipliers for conflict and instability that can lead to humanitarian crises.
Having grown up in a Turkmen refugee community without easy access to education, Afghan refugee Saleema has beaten the odds by becoming a doctor.
An exemplary policy in Iran lets Afghan children attend public school, whether they are registered refugees, passport holders or even undocumented.
On her way home from work, a woman in Cameroon was attacked by a pack of strangers. Now seeking asylum in Greece, she is raising her voice to help others.