Join Refugees International, The New Humanitarian, and Asylum Access on the sidelines of the Global Refugee forum in Geneva for a candid conversation about refugee inclusion in policy making.
Localising the humanitarian response in Ukraine would improve the sustainability and reach of the overall response.
Direct engagement with refugee communities could help investment in host countries go further.
Refugees International, R-SEAT, and The New Humanitarian hosted an event on shifting power on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.
Ensuring the meaningful participation of forcibly displaced people is key for managing policies and programs that respond to forced displacement. What does this look like for the World Bank?
While international aid architecture for Northwest Syria has evolved in the aftermath of the earthquake, the current response remains woefully inadequate.
This statement on behalf of a wide range of NGOs details how the upcoming Global Refugee Forum can achieve its strategic goal of addressing the global displacement crisis.
International organizations and host countries cannot fully benefit from the skills and expertise that refugees bring if they do not give them a seat at the table.
Delivering on the localization of humanitarian aid in Ukraine will be essential to significantly improving the response.
Six urgent priorities from the National Conference on Localization in Kyiv to strengthen localization efforts in Ukraine.