In a joint statement with UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Colombia's President announced it will give temporary protective legal status to Venezuelan migrants.
Six months ago, the blasts caused by ammonium nitrate stockpiles devastated the Lebanese capital. How can the country build greater resilience going forward?
The pandemic hasn't paused the global displacement crisis, with Turkey now hosting more than 3.5 million refugees, according to UN data.
10-year-old Hassan Merzam Muhammad weighed just 9kg and was unable to walk or react four months ago. He is just one of 2 million children in Yemen facing extreme starvation.
Parts of Yemen are experiencing 'famine-like conditions' as almost half the population is experiencing high levels of acute food insecurity, new United Nations data shows.
It has now been 20 years since the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted the Resolution on Women, Peace, and Security. This is the progress made.
Refugee camps represent a largely untapped market for energy suppliers. Here's a guide to how the private sector can help to meet this growing demand.
The whole system of crisis financing needs to be remodelled, so we are better prepared for the mega-disasters of tomorrow.
Private investment can prevent fragile situations from spiralling into crisis and pave the road towards a sustainable economic recovery.
From supporting local teams to setting the right metrics for success, here's what UNICEF has learned from five years of investing in humanitarian tech.
Mobile phones can help vulnerable communities access support during COVID-19 - but too many are still excluded from this vital technology. Here's what needs to change.
Following the explosion in Lebanon's capital, Beirut, on 4 August, multiple countries and international organizations have offered their assistance.
Ahead of World Refugee Day, Young Global Leaders and Global Shapers discussed how to support refugees and asylum seekers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 is affecting the livelihoods of refugees, many of whom only had savings to last them a few days.
New research shows that hiring refugees have higher rates of job retention than other employees. Check out what else the report says about hiring refugees.