Jesse Marks discusses the inadequacy of the humanitarian response in northwest Syria and calls for immediate unfettered aid access to the region.
Refugees International President Jeremy Konyndyk joins BBC Diplomatic Correspondent Paul Adams to discuss the challenge of getting help to Syria’s earthquake victims.
Jesse Marks discussed the crisis in Türkiye and Syria on Al Jazeera Arabic.
As the crisis in Türkiye and Syria unfolds, civilians are in need of aid immediately.
If sufficient earthquake aid fails to reach Northwest Syria, it will be a political failure rather than a logistical one.
Jesse Marks joined Nick Clark of AlJazeera English to discuss the ongoing humanitarian response to those affected by the earthquakes in Türkiye and Syria.
A massive humanitarian response is needed in Turkiye and Syria—and efforts must include local civil society and displaced people.
Vice President for Programs and Policy at Refugees International Hardin Lang spoke with BBC News about the aftermath of the earthquakes that took place in Türkiye and Syria and the importance of localizing humanitarian aid to effectively respond to the crisis in the region.
The UN Security Council vote to continue cross-border aid from Türkiye into Northwest Syria is an important short-term win, but once again underscores the fragility of cross-border aid.
8 NGOs warn that policies implemented in Greece keep displaced people from accessing asylum procedures, despite clear need of protection