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Statement on the Decision to Drastically Reduce Refugee Admissions

The Trump Administration has proposed setting the ceiling for the United States Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) at 18,000 in Fiscal…

September 27, 2019
Blog Post

The Global Compact on Refugees: A Long Way to Go in Breaking the Status Quo

InterAction’s Refugee Policy Working Group put together a reaction piece to the “zero” draft, analyzing the strengths and weaknesses.

February 13, 2018
In the News

Thousands of Nigerian Refugees Flee to Chad for Safety

The U.N. refugee agency says thousands of Nigerian refugees are fleeing to Chad to escape a surge of violence in northeastern Nigeria’s Borno state.

January 23, 2019
Blog Post

U.S. Must Support Implementation of Global Compact on Refugees

The Declaration committed states to “a more equitable sharing of the burden and responsibility for hosting and supporting the world’s refugees.”

December 18, 2018
Blog Post

Three Takeaways from InterAction’s Analysis on GRF Pledges

In an era of rising populism and rejection of multilateralism across the globe, the adoption of the Global Compact…

April 19, 2021
Blog Post

The Rohingya Crisis is Not Just Bangladesh’s Responsibility

In 2015, Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi was seen as a beacon of democracy and human rights…

February 11, 2020
Blog Post

Behind the Rhetoric, Children are Suffering

The photo of Oscar Ramirez and his daughter Valeria, lying face down dead on the bank of the Rio Grande…

July 24, 2019
In the News

US can halt new wave of humanitarian suffering in Syria

President Trump has made clear his desire to move on from Syria. But this would be a mistake. Disengagement now would condemn Syrians to a new round of suffering.

March 19, 2019
Blog Post

Conflict Displacing Thousands in Southern Ethiopia: Report

InterAction met with Refugees International’s Mark Yarnell, Senior Advocate and UN Liaison, who shared insights on the relationship between NGOs working in the region and thecurrent government.

December 7, 2018
Photo of South Sudanese refugee, Nyabong Puak.
Blog Post

U.S. Immigration Officials’ Forceful Separation of Children From Their Parents is Cruel and Inhumane

"The administration’s current actions violate the U.S. Refugee Act of 1980, are against the values of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and must stop."

June 19, 2018