Advocacy for Haiti
Haiti’s president was assassinated in July 2021 and has lacked any elected government officials since early 2023. Violent gangs have taken increasing control over the country, half the population needs humanitarian aid, food insecurity is growing, and disease—including cholera—is spreading.
What Must Be Done?
Refugees International is advocating for an end to the political stalemate, empowerment of local groups to respond to humanitarian needs, and the creation of pathways to safety for Haitians.
Refugees International Welcomes Modernization of Haitian and Cuban Family Reunification Parole Processes
August 16, 2023
New Parole Program Must Not Weaken Access to Asylum Amidst Historic Regional Crises
January 5, 2023
U.S. Deportations to Haiti ‘Legally and Morally Indefensible’
September 20, 2021
Letter: Biden Administration Must Extend and Redesignate Haiti for Temporary Protected Status
November 22, 2022
Letter: Biden Administration Must Prioritize Protections for Haitian Nationals
November 4, 2022
Joint Letter: The United States Must Stop Deportations and Abuse Against Haitians
December 15, 2021