Direct engagement with refugee communities could help investment in host countries go further.
This International Women’s Day, we caught up with Marwa Dashti, a young Afghan woman named Marwa when we were in Albania in 2021.
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.
Countries in the Western Hemisphere must work together to ensure Venezuelans are provided protection and opportunity.
Refugees International marks the five year anniversary of the Rohingya genocide.
Without more humanitarian support and policies that will reroute people away from the Gap, migrants will continue to be in extremely vulnerable situations.
While we should welcome support and refuge for Ukrainians in need, it must also be available to those fleeing violence and persecution within our hemisphere and without discrimination.
Fortify Rights and Refugees International asked what the U.S. genocide determination means to Rohingya refugees living in camps in Bangladesh.
Natalia fled Ukraine with her family. She crossed the border into Poland where she was met with kindness from a stranger who helped her family to safety.
The humanitarian situation in Myanmar remains dire one year after the military coup.