Women in Tigray need urgent support to survive, and ultimately thrive in their recovery.
Afghan women are at high-risk of persecution and violence in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The U.S. must prioritize their safety.
Since the Taliban assumed power in Afghanistan 2 years ago today, they have stripped Afghan women and girls of their most basic human rights.
The international community has failed to provide a unified, standard approach to assisting Afghan women. Join us to discuss a way forward.
It is time for the United States to support and prioritize brave Afghan women journalists who have nowhere else to turn.
Ten years since the civil war began in South Sudan, South Sudanese women and girls have faced sexual violence year after year with impunity.
This International Women’s Day, we caught up with Marwa Dashti, a young Afghan woman named Marwa when we were in Albania in 2021.
Refugees International is pleased that Afghan women’s rights activist Mahbouba Seraj, together with Iranian human rights’ activist Narges Mohammadi, have just been nominated for the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize.
Refugees International along with four other members of the U.S. Policy Advocates for Afghan Women’s and Girls’ Rights Working Group condemn the latest attacks on women’s rights in Afghanistan.
The Taliban’s decision to prohibit women from working for NGOs in Afghanistan is a devastating blow to a country already in the grips of a humanitarian crisis.