We take special care to bring you the personal stories of the men, women and children we help each day.
European countries must step up their efforts to protect child refugees and migrants who have endured not only dangerous but desperate journeys.
“Do the right thing” is much more to Jim Estill than his appliance company’s corporate tagline: it’s a personal motto that has guided the longtime Canadian entrepreneur and helped forever change the lives of dozens of refugee families in the process.
A small business owner, Jose protects his community from gang violence in El Salvador by helping others regain control in their lives.
The ongoing emergency situation in Venezuela is one of the largest and most far-reaching of our time. The South American country has been gripped by political and economic turmoil for years.
UNHCR Canada representative Jean-Nicolas Beuze writes about the importance of cities in Canada and around the world supporting refugees.
Yasir, a Sudanese asylum-seeker forced to flee his country, is now recovering. Yasir was illegally detained in Tripoli where he was routinely beaten.
In 2017, an outbreak of violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State triggered a mass exodus of more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees
UNHCR Director of the Division of External Relations, Dominque Hyde met with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh on her first mission in this new role.
UNHCR, Better Shelter and the IKEA Foundation partnered up to design the Refugee Housing Unit (RHU), an innovative housing solution.
After arriving in the Cox’s Bazar district of Bangladesh, Rohingya refugees found themselves living in crowded areas, coping with strained sanitation infrastructure and water supplies.