A bipartisan group of Senators is currently negotiating a one-time budget deal that trades away a permanent weakening of asylum law asylum law—placing the lives of countless people seeking safety at risk.
Our history of providing refuge to people seeking safety should not be bartered.
Please join Refugees International and the Women’s Refugee Commission to discuss best practices that should drive humane reception policies.
We call on the international community to take decisive preventative action to prevent further atrocities from being perpetrated.
Groups express extreme concern over proposals to dramatically and permanently change the U.S. immigration system in ways that would harm asylum seekers.
Refugees International interviewed Stacie Girón, an advocate for reproductive healthcare access for migrant women in Mexico. Learn her story.
Refugees International entrevistó a Stacie Girón, defensora de los derechos de las mujeres migrantes. Aprende su historia.
U.S. policies will likely lead to unsafe returns of Venezuelans and represent dangerous precedents for the future and examples for the region.
Many Afghans have lived in the country for generations and say they have nowhere else to go.
The Pakistani government has ordered all undocumented Afghans leave the country or face forced expulsions.