This year on World Refugee Day, USA for UNHCR's CEO Anne-Marie Grey reflects on the right to seek asylum and calls for solidarity with refugees and displaced people in their search for safety.
On World Refugee Day, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Ben Stiller calls for compassion and support for all refugees around the world and those forced to flee.
On World Refugee Day 2022, High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi calls on States to recognize that stopping war and conflict is the only antidote to forced displacement.
This World Refugee Day, Fair has partnered with USA for UNHCR to raise funds for refugees. Learn more about Fair and its founder and CEO, Khalid Parekh.
By the end of 2021, those displaced by war, violence, persecution, and human rights abuses stood at 89.3 million, according to UNHCR’s annual Global Trends report.
More than 100 million people around the world have been forced to flee their homes due to persecution and conflict. Here's what you need to know about asylum and the right to seek safety.
USA for UNHCR’s incredible community of donors share why they stand in solidarity with refugees and give to USA for UNHCR.
Kate Clark, Senior Director of Immigration Services at Jewish Family Service, explains how a shelter in San Diego is providing critical protection, healthcare and legal education to asylum seekers.
As we reflect on the first 100 days of the crisis in Ukraine, take a moment to see how UNHCR, with generous donor support, is protecting families on their journeys to safety.
Karolina Lindholm Billing, UNHCR Representative in Ukraine gives a press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva to mark 100 days since the war in Ukraine began.
USA for UNHCR Director of Private Sector Partnerships, Lacey Stone, visited a UNHCR-led Blue Dot center in Warsaw, Poland where refugees fleeing Ukraine are provided with vital services.
For the first time on record, the number of people forced to flee conflict, violence, human rights violations and persecution has crossed the staggering milestone of 100 million.
This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, UNHCR celebrates the accomplishments of Nga Vương-Sandoval, a former refugee from Vietnam who is now advocating for refugees.
On this International Day of Families, here are stories of refugee families who found hope through love, comfort and stability in each other despite facing perilous circumstances.
Bay Area non-profit Help A Mother Out (HAMO) is making a big impact for refugee moms and babies fleeing the heartbreaking crisis in Ukraine.
As we celebrate Eid al-fitr and the end of Ramadan, see how these refugee families are celebrating and finding joy despite their circumstances.
The people who are helping on the ground in Ukraine and neighboring countries come from all different walks of life, but they share a common goal — to help people in need.
In less than two months, more than five million people have been forced to flee Ukraine. To address growing needs, UNHCR is rolling out cash assistance in Ukraine and neighboring countries.
Over 100 million refugees and displaced people have been forced to flee from their homes due to conflict. Join USA for UNHCR in supporting refugees in your community with these four simple actions.
The bond that refugee siblings share is unlike any other. On National Siblings Day, here are stories of refugee siblings who are supporting each other and overcoming difficulties from displacement.
Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been remarkable progress for vaccine inclusion of millions of refugees and displaced people but logistical challenges continue to pose a challenge.
USA for UNHCR accepts its first stablecoin crypto donation of $2.5 million from Binance Charity to support families forced to flee Ukraine to neighboring countries.
Landmines and explosive remnants of war claim thousands of lives each year. On International Mine Awareness Day, here are some key things you should know about how they impact refugees and internally displaced people.
USA for UNHCR staff members reflect on their experience meeting refugees from Syria, Myanmar, Venezuela and South Sudan to call on caring Americans to hold refugees around the world in their hearts.
Just over a month since the start of the war, more than 4 million refugees from Ukraine have crossed borders seeking safety in neighboring countries.