Advocacy for Colombia
Colombia hosts millions of displaced Venezuelans and has millions of internally displaced people of its own. But many Venezuelans in Colombia still struggle to access essential services, employment, and a dignified life so they continue to migrate, including through Darien Gap.
What Must Be Done?
Refugees International is calling on the international community to support the government of Colombia in its efforts to integrate and support displaced Venezuelans. Refugees International also supports resettlement in the United States of Venezuelans and other displaced people in Colombia.
Llenar el vacío: apoyo humanitario y vías alternativas para los migrantes en la periferia de Colombia
July 19, 2022
Filling the Gap: Humanitarian Support and Alternative Pathways for Migrants on Colombia’s Edge
June 17, 2022
Una oportunidad para el cambio: argumentos a favor de la inclusión económica de los venezolanos en Riohacha
June 6, 2022
Blinken’s Trip to Colombia an Opportunity for U.S. Leadership on Regional Protection
October 20, 2021
Refugees International Welcomes Colombia’s Commitment to Regularize Displaced Venezuelans
February 8, 2021
Displaced Venezuelans in Colombia Harder Hit By COVID-19 Economic Fallout, New Research Finds
October 28, 2020