Nine years after the brutal ethnic cleansing of the Ezidi people by the Islamic State, we need justice and peace.
The international community cannot remain indifferent and complacent in the face of renewed threats against the Ezidis.
The humanitarian picture for internally displaced people inside Iraq remains bleak amid deteriorating social, political, and security conditions.
Refugees International joins other experts and organizations in calling for action to find missing Yazidi women and children.
Refugees are more likely to work in sectors financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and refugee-hosting countries are projected to experience slower growth in 2020.
While the number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the semiautonomous areas where the Kurds reside remains relatively low, there is good reason for concern.
Statement by Refugees International’s Senior Advocate for the Middle East Sahar Atrache on the UN Security Council’s decision to halt cross-border aid into northeast Syria from Iraq.
The earthquake that hit the Iran-Iraq border region this week creates even greater need for humanitarian assistance in Iraq.
The battle against the Islamic State in Iraq is in its late stages, but in the aftermath new challenges arise.
Refugees International released a new report today examining the prospects for return of the three million people in Iraq displaced by the protracted battle against the Islamic State (ISIS).