Venezuelans were once given a generous welcome in neighboring Colombia. That welcome has frozen under the leadership of President Petro.
A Refugees International investigation has uncovered indications of routine corruption and collusion between smuggling networks and elements of the Tunisian security forces.
Syria is not safe for returning refugees and will not be for the foreseeable future. It is time for the global response to reckon with this truth.
States are making progress in planning their responses to climate change, particularly through NAPs; yet, refugees and IDPs are still being overlooked.
Shifting away from a model of humanitarian assistance to one of refugee self-reliance will be an economic boon to Rwanda. But it needs to take a more comprehensive approach.
The crisis in Sudan has accelerated. No more time can be wasted as hundreds of thousands more potential returnees wait in the wings.
As the situation worsens in Sudan, more people will flee to countries like Egypt. Urgent steps must be taken to meet their needs.
Robust humanitarian funding and a shift in approach that adheres to the Kampala Convention could change the aid landscape in Burkina Faso.
Afghans who have fled to Pakistan since August 2021, especially women and girls, face serious risks and challenges. Learn more.
While international aid architecture for Northwest Syria has evolved in the aftermath of the earthquake, the current response remains woefully inadequate.