Ukrainian people at a refugee camp set up at the Patria-Lukoil center in Chisinau, Moldova, 15 August 2022 | Photo: ARCHIVE EPA / DUMITRU DORU.
The new guidance aims to assist those adjudicating international protection claims by asylum seekers from Somalia and those responsible for establishing government policy | Photo: EPA
Droughts and other weather-related disasters will presumably lead to a rise in the number of 'environmental migrants'
From file: Refugee children wait to board the train heading for Serbia, near Gevegelia, Macedonia | Photo: EPA/GEORGI LICOVSKI
Daniel* (name changed) from Iraq with his pencil drawings; he is currently detained in the Kybartai camp in Lithuania | Photo: Gabriela Ramírez
There is no coordinated search and rescue operation for migrants in the Mediterranean | Photo: DW/Y.Gostoli
Two UNHCR and Italian Caritas workers during the arrival of a humanitarian corridor from Niger at Rome's Fiumicino airport | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/TELENEWS
'Asylum Road': Denmark hopes it will lead to Rwanda by the end of 2022 | Photo: 2016/Carsten Rehder/dpa
UNHCR envoy Vincent Cochetel said his remarks reflected his frustration at smugglers enjoying impunity | Photo: UNHCR / S. Hopper
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi, speaking at the 19th edition of the Festival of the Mind in Sarzana, September 2, 2022 | Photo: ANSA
An Afghan woman carries her child at the Toza Lokay refugee camp on the Tajik-Afgan border, some 250 km south from Dushanbe | Photo: Dmitry Khrupov/ARCHIVE/EPA/ANSA
Mohamed Alkalifa Ag Mohamed lived as a refugee in Mauritania for six years before returning to Mali where he works for UNHCR as a communications assistant | Photo: Credit: UNHCR/CHADI OUANES