State Department finally calls out war crimes, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing in Sudan. But stopping genocide in Darfur demands more than words.
Kenya plans to turn its giant Kakuma and Dadaab camps into more open and integrated settlements, helping refugees access jobs and services.
The Climate Displaced Persons Act would ensure a robust commitment by the U.S. government to global climate resilience.
Sudan’s conflict, now six months in, is quickly becoming a crisis of starvation.
Localising the humanitarian response in Ukraine would improve the sustainability and reach of the overall response.
The international community can no longer afford to eschew the needs of the communities that are most affected by climate change.
Direct engagement with refugee communities could help investment in host countries go further.
It is time for the United States to support and prioritize brave Afghan women journalists who have nowhere else to turn.
The South Sudan government, aid agencies, and donors need to work together to urgently put an end to this deepening crisis.
Is it time to enforce the Responsibility to Protect in Sudan?