It’s been six years since the horrific acts of genocide against the Rohingya people. This year, let us not merely grieve the lives lost, but amplify the resilient voices of the Rohingya survivors.
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.
Rohingya activists in India have reported the death of a five-month-old Rohingya girl following the use of teargas by Indian authorities.
Congress must pass the Afghan Adjustment Act, bipartisan legislation that would give Afghans paroled into the United States the ability to apply for permanent legal residency.
Afghans who have fled to Pakistan since August 2021, especially women and girls, face serious risks and challenges. Learn more.
India has arbitrarily detained and deported Rohingya refugees. The Biden-Modi summit is an opportunity to address this.
Reparole will ensure that Afghans can continue to rebuild their lives and contribute to American communities.
Refugees International is extremely concerned about plans to repatriate Rohingya refugees to Myanmar.