Similar bars have been marshaled against Central Americans since the late 1980s—severely undermining asylum.
The Biden administration has announced the creation of a new parole program that permits sponsors in the United States to apply for Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan, and Venezuelan beneficiaries to fly to the United States and remain in the U.S. for two years.
China and Russia’s weaponization of humanitarian aid is devastating for millions of civilians. Yet with diplomatic cooperation and persistence, the crisis in Syria could serve as the international community’s chance to tackle the problem head-on and, in the process, save lives in other humanitarian crises, both now and in the future.
Refugees International endorses the introduction of the RPA of 2022 and urges Congress to consider it a blueprint for a comprehensive update of our refugee protection system.
Localizing the humanitarian aid response in Ukraine is not just the smart thing to do—but done well, it could help inform more effective delivery of aid globally.
FrankNews’s Tatti Ribeiro spoke with Yael Schacher about migrants and diplomacy.
Despite harrowing news from almost every corner of the globe this year, several policy wins have offered us real hope.
Even as the country faces its worst humanitarian and security crisis in decades, Haitians continue to be deported to danger and refused access to refuge.
Kenya’s new Refugee Act – if implemented well – could improve access to education, work, and movement for half a million refugees.
Somalia is in the throes of its worst famine since 2011, but there is still time to avoid past mistakes and prevent further deaths and suffering.