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Protecting Migrants’ Civic Freedoms Amid COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has been called the “great equalizer.” However, its trajectory has hit certain populations more than others.

August 31, 2020
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More Than An Obligation

COVID-19 shifted how humanitarians work and will likely reshape—if not entirely overhaul—elements of the global humanitarian system. How we work…

August 18, 2020
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How Stories of Central American Climate Displacement Were Buried Under a Border Crisis

“I’m doing this for my children.” That’s what Martha from Colón, Honduras, said to a reporter in November 2018.

August 13, 2020
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Are We in the Dark When it Comes to Humanitarian Crises?

Have you heard the story of the man who drops his housekeys? Walking home at night, a man realizes that…

July 22, 2020
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Refugees Through the Eyes of American Third Graders

This year, the third graders at Collegiate School in New York City have been learning about immigration. They began by…

May 29, 2020
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Letter to Appropriators Regarding Minimum Bridge Funding for COVID-19

Dear Chairwoman Lowey, Ranking Member Granger, Chairman Shelby, Vice Chairman Leahy, As some of the largest NGOs that implement and…

March 24, 2020
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Letter to Appropriators Regarding COVID-19

Dear Chairwoman Lowey, Chairman Shelby, Ranking Member Granger, and Vice Chairman Leahy, We write to thank you as leaders of…

March 20, 2020
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No Excuse for Abuse

Humanitarian workers are obliged to create and maintain an environment that prevents sexual exploitation and abuse and promotes the implementation…

March 20, 2020
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Beyond Reconstruction

Imagine you were living in Port-au-Prince during the 2010 earthquake, or in Tacloban City during Super Typhoon Haiyan. Imagine you…

March 2, 2020

Emergency Refugee & Migration Assistance

February 18, 2020