Girl leans against a tree at Milé refugee camp in Chad.
© UNHCR/Xavier Bourgois

With You Magazine

With You is a biannual magazine for Australians supporting the UN Refugee Agency. Published each April and October, it features updates on UNHCR’s humanitarian work and stories about how the support of Australians helps refugees.

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Annual Reports

As a National Partner of the UN Refugee Agency, Australia for UNHCR produces an annual report to summarise its key activities and financial statement for each year, as published below. The report highlights how our work helps refugees through emergency aid and other humanitarian relief.

Our full financial statement can be obtained by contacting Australia for UNHCR’s Sydney office.

Global Trends Report

The UNHCR Global Trends Report is published every June and is the organisation’s major annual survey of the state of displacement. This year's report says that at the end of 2022 there were 108.4 million people forcibly displaced worldwide.  Read the full report

Sudan, Director of External Relations Dominique Isabelle Hyde visit to the White Nile state
© UNHCR/Ala Kheir

Global Trends Report 2023

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Displaced people walk back to Plain Savo site early morning after spending the night in host families in the nearby city of Bulé.
©UNHCR/Hélène Caux

Global Trends Report 2022

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Hundreds of thousands of people have been internally displaced due to the effects of climate change and recent droughts in Ethiopia’s Somali and Oromia regions.
© UNHCR/Eugene Sibomama

Global Trends Report 2021

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Shaker Ali, 52, sits in front of what used to be a marketplace in Aden.
© UNHCR/Saleh Bahulais

Global Trends Report 2020

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SYRIA. A Syrian returnee in East Aleppo has decided to re-open the doors of his restaurant to receive visitors. His restaurant is located right opposite Aleppo’s citadel.
© UNHCR/Vivian Tou’meh

Global Trends Report 2019

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A father carries his young daughter through treacherous, muddy scrublands by the banks of the Tachira River, which forms the border between Venezuela and Colombia. In a context of rampant hyperinflation, food shortages, political turmoil, violence and persecution, more than 3 million Venezuelans have fled the country, making such perilous journeys in search of safety.
© UNHCR/ Vincent Tremeau

Global Trends Report 2018

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Young Rohingya refugees look out over Palong Khali refugee camp, a sprawling site located on a hilly area near the Myanmar border in south-east Bangladesh.
© UNHCR/Andrew McConnell

Global Trends Report 2017

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