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.
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.
The grim five-year anniversary of the genocide in Myanmar provides us with an opportunity to honor and support the Rohingya people. Here are some ways you can get involved.
The eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai underwater volcano in January sent tsunami waves pummeling toward the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga and across the world. This eruption provides an important warning about the consequences of climate change and climate-related displacement.
A survey Refugees International conducted in 2021 identifies critical barriers asylees in the United States face trying to secure housing, employment, and other aspects of integration.
Today marks 100 days since the Ethiopian government imposed a blockade on all humanitarian assistance to its northern region of Tigray.
Today, almost a million people in northern Ethiopia are experiencing famine conditions.
Millions of civilians in Ethiopia’s northern region of Tigray have faced harrowing violence, the loss of their homes and livelihoods, and now, extreme food insecurity.
Tigray’s famine has rarely made front page news or the top of international agendas. But the world cannot look away as Tigray starves.
Latin America and the Caribbean are among the regions hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic