Advocacy for Venezuela
Millions of Venezuelans have fled their country in recent years to escape economic, social, political, and institutional collapse. Venezuelans who remain in the country face hunger, lack of access to basic medical care, as well as human rights violations at the hands of the Maduro regime.
What Must Be Done?
Refugees International urges the international community to support and welcome Venezuelans who are fleeing their homes, as they are in dire need of protection and opportunity abroad.
A Forgotten Response and An Uncertain Future: Venezuelans’ Economic Inclusion in Colombia
November 30, 2023
Los Efectos Humanitarios de la Pandemia de COVID-19 para las personas venezolanas en Perú. Un año después
April 8, 2021
The Humanitarian Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Venezuelans in Peru, One Year In
April 8, 2021
Refugees International Opposes U.S. Policies that Could Lead to Returns of Venezuelans to Harm
October 6, 2023
New DHS Enforcement Program Fails to Offer Sufficient Protection to Venezuelans
October 13, 2022
Number of Displaced Venezuelans Matches Ukraine Crisis, International Support Does Not
August 31, 2022
More than 100 Groups Denounce the Expansion of Title 42 Expulsions for Venezuelans
October 17, 2022
17 Groups Urge Trinidad & Tobago’s Prime Minister to Uphold the Rights of Children and Asylum Seekers
November 25, 2020
Trinidad and Tobago: 25 Groups Call for End to Refoulement and to Re-Open Registration for Venezuelans
October 8, 2020