UNHCR and IOM will launch a US$1.35 billion regional plan to respond to the increasing humanitarian needs of Venezuelan refugees and migrants.
Discussions on the voluntary repatriation of Syrian refugees took place today in Geneva between the respective teams of UNHCR and the Turkish government.
UNHCR welcomes the commitment by Central American countries and Mexico to strengthen their efforts to address forced displacement in their region.
60,000 young refugees and migrants who arrived in Italy alone need support as they enter adulthood – UN Agencies
The estimated 60,000 young refugees who arrived in Italy as unaccompanied children require support to ensure their transition into adulthood.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency today relocated 54 vulnerable refugees from the Emergency Transit Mechanism (ETM) and urban areas in Niger to Italy.
UNHCR is troubled by the U.S. decision to reduce, substantially and for the third consecutive year, the number of refugees it will admit for resettlement.
Former UN High Commissioner for Refugees Sadako Ogata, who led UNHCR from 1991 to 2000, passed away in Tokyo, Japan, her family has announced.
The EU, UNHCR and the IOM are organising a high-level International Solidarity Conference about Venezuela on 28 and 29 October in Brussels.
European countries must step up their efforts to protect child refugees and migrants who have endured not only dangerous but desperate journeys.
In a historic moment in the global fight against statelessness, more than 85 organizations have pledged hundreds of new commitments to end statelessness.