Partners in a new life
Establishing a new life in a strange land may not be easy. But the process can be a growth experience for both refugees and the volunteers who help them ...read more
Photo essay on the daily tribulations of life in the overcrowded camp, home to over a thousand people, including 300 children in dire living conditions.
As tens of thousands flee violence in Syria, UNHCR provides aid in neighbouring countries.
Read our opinion and recommendations for the upcoming national strategy here.
A Somali father facing a mission impossible trying to reunite with his wife and four children in Poland.
After five lost years, a bittersweet reunion in Budapest gives renewed hope to one Afghan family.
Read our latest research on homelessness and access to housing among asylum-seekers and refugees across Central Europe.
Photo essay from Bulgaria on homeless asylum-seekers and refugees who traded oppression for destitution on the streets of a country that is a home only in name.
Read our comments, concerns and recommendations on the latest planned changes here.
Find out how a refugee family in Bulgaria became self-reliant, view a photo essay on their dairy farm here.
Wrestle with the dilemmas facing millions of refugees on UNHCR's brand new app.
What does “home” mean to you? What does it mean to be a refugee? Refugees and displaced people tell their own stories.