The United Nations and international community must take steps to ensure that cross-border aid through Rafah is utilized and scaled.
As the 118th Congress begins in earnest, Refugees International will be looking to Members of Congress to advance protection for displaced people globally.
If sufficient earthquake aid fails to reach Northwest Syria, it will be a political failure rather than a logistical one.
As Afghanistan marks one year since the Taliban took control, the humanitarian and human rights situation in the country is devastatingly grim, particularly for Afghan women and girls.
Communities in conflict and humanitarian crisis zones cannot be left behind in the global COVID vaccination effort.
The Central African Republic is in the midst of a dire humanitarian crisis. Refugees International convened a group of experts in the country to identify what a roadmap for peace must entail.
The majority of the world’s forcibly displaced people—around 55 million—live within the borders of their own home country. More must be done to respond to internal displacement.
In Latin America, more people are on the move than ever before. Mexico’s approach to displacement holds important lessons for other countries in the region.
En América Latina, hay más personas en movimiento que nunca.
The humanitarian situation in Tigray remains devastating. More than 900,000 people are experiencing famine, and 2 million more are living on the brink.