Colombian Women’s Rights Network to Receive World’s Top Refugee Award
The 2014 winner of UNHCR’s Nansen Refugee Award is Red Mariposas de Alas Nuevas Construyendo Futuro – or Butterflies, whose members risk their lives to help survivors of forced displacement and sexual abuse. ...read more
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UNHCR's new position paper on the current situation of asylum and returns to Bulgaria under the EU's Dublin regulation.
Read the latest news about UNHCR’s activities in Bulgaria.
Read our comments, concerns and recommendations on the planned changes here.
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.
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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.
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