What must be done to meaningfully include internally displaced leaders and groups in conversations about solutions?
The crisis in Sudan has accelerated. No more time can be wasted as hundreds of thousands more potential returnees wait in the wings.
Robust humanitarian funding and a shift in approach that adheres to the Kampala Convention could change the aid landscape in Burkina Faso.
Urbanization is now the dominant form of internal displacement in Somalia. A response must recognize Somalia’s urban future.
The humanitarian picture for internally displaced people inside Iraq remains bleak amid deteriorating social, political, and security conditions.
An abridged version of this statement was delivered by Refugees International Senior Advocate for the Middle East Jesse Marks.
One month after the earthquake, the humanitarian response in Northwest Syria remains an unconscionable failure.
The coming months present a unique opportunity to change how Chadian authorities and international actors work to address the country’s humanitarian and displacement crisis.
Refugees International President Eric Schwartz comments on the UN’s agenda on internal displacement.
Amid worsening conflict, the reported coup d’état in Burkina Faso could have severe impacts on Burkina Faso’s population, of whom 3.5 million are already in need of humanitarian assistance and 1.7 million are displaced.