Open Letter to Greece's new Minister on Migration and Asylum
In an Open Letter to Mr Notis Mitarakis, who is the new Greek Minister on Migration and Asylum, 17 organisations express concern at the fact that the public health system remains inaccessible to thousands of asylum seekers, mig...
The global refugee situation calls for sustainable solutions
Far too often, the global refugee situation is described as an enormous, unsolvable problem. This crisis rhetoric leads to political initiatives aimed at protecting borders – rather than protecting people. I think it’s high tim...
Provide alternatives for migrants and refugees in Libya
The Libya INGO Forum, representing 16 INGOs, including the Danish Refugee Council, providing assistance in Libya, calls the international community attending the Global Refugee Forum to scale up efforts to protect migrants and ...
One of the world’s most ambitious multi-stakeholder partnerships to empower 25,000 young Jordanians and Syrian refugees in Jordan
A new, ambitious multi-stakeholder partnership will offer young Syrian refugees and vulnerable young Jordanians better opportunities in terms of education and jobs. The partners are the Novo Nordisk Foundation, Danish Refugee C...
One year since Stockholm Agreement, Hodeidah still most dangerous place in Yemen for Civilians
A quarter of all civilian casualties across Yemen in 2019 were recorded in Hodeidah governorate. Despite a ceasefire in the port city being at the heart of last year’s Stockholm Agreement, Hodeidah has seen 799 civilian casualt...
Joint letter calling on Nordic and Baltic involvement in European disembarkation and relocation arrangements
Stories and images of people stranded on boats in the Mediterranean have long been covering news outlets. People are stuck on boats for weeks without adequate support such as water, food, and medical care and ultimately risk be...
NGO joint statement calling for inclusive peace from the Sahrawi refugee camps
In response to the MINURSO (United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara) mandate renewal by the UN Security Council and in commemoration of this year’s Women, Peace, and Security week at the UN, DRC joins three ...
New Mixed Migration Review: The Future of Migration
In its annual publication, the Mixed Migration Centre (MMC) analyses the future of mixed migration through the lens of topics such as climate change, artificial intelligence, economics, securitisation, demography, politics and ...
NGOs call on the EU and its member states to demonstrate leadership on resettlement at the Global Refugee Forum 2019
Ahead of the Global Refugee Forum on 17th and 18th December 2019, the undersigned organisations call on the EU and its member states to demonstrate leadership on resettlement.
Lean season in DR Congo: Eleven aid agencies fear for hundreds of thousands in desperate need
Hundreds of thousands of people who have fled their homes in the Ituri province of the Democratic Republic of Congo are in desperate need of food, water, shelter and medicines, eleven aid agencies warn.