382 captures
06 Feb 2007 - 26 May 2021
About this capture

22 April| Limnyuy Konglim
Somalia: Pirates Just a Piece of the Puzzle
More than 3 million Somalis are dependent on external assistance; over 1 million are internally displaced; and another 500,000 and counting have sought refuge in neighboring countries. Yet, as the humanitarian situation in Somalia continues to deteriorate, the world is focused on a lone “pirate” in New York. I can’t help but question where our humanity and moral resolve lies.
read full story
Tagged as: Congress, Internal Displacement, Neglected Crises, Somalia, U.S. Administration, United Nations
20 April| Sara Fusco
We’ve got Aces in our Pocket
I’ve spent the entire season of Celebrity Apprentice trying my hardest to stay away from the silly, groan-inducing poker analogies running through my head.  But come on.  After last night’s episode, it simply can’t be avoided any longer.

Refugees International is, thanks to our champion poker player and Celebrity Apprentice contestant Annie Duke, clearly holding pocket aces.  And we just got dealt another ace on the flop last night.  Everyone with me here?
read full story
Tagged as: Celebrity Apprentice
17 April| Ron Capps
Sudan: Needing a New Portmanteau
In the midst of the Obama administration's policy review on Afghanistan a new word was born: Afpak, meaning Afghanistan and Pakistan. Strategists want to encourage the executors of strategy and policy to think of Afghanistan and Pakistan as a unified theater of operations. The border area between Afghanistan and Pakistan demands a unified approach if NATO and the U.S. are to defeat the Taliban.  So, Afpak it is.  
read full story
Tagged as: Chad, Neglected Crises, Sudan, U.S. Administration
15 April| Matt Dillon
Guest Blogger: Matt Dillon on Supporting South Sudan
When I got home from my visit to south Sudan, a few friends asked how my trip was to Darfur. This is a common error as most people don’t understand that Darfur is only one region of Sudan. With all the much-needed attention devoted to solving the crisis in Darfur, the challenges facing millions of south Sudanese who survived 21 years of war have taken a back seat.  Yet, we will not see peace in all of Sudan – including Darfur – if war returns to south Sudan.
read full story
Tagged as: Anniversary Blogger Series, Neglected Crises, Return and Reintegration, Sudan
13 April| Kenneth Bacon
President’s Corner: Obama Focuses on Iraqi Displacement
When President Obama met with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki in Baghdad last week, he mentioned the U.S. interest in helping displaced Iraqis return home.  Currently, 20% of Iraq’s population is displaced—almost five million people—and it is increasingly clear that neither Iraq nor the region as a whole can be stable and secure as long as this large-scale displacement continues. 
read full story
Tagged as: Internal Displacement, Iraq, Iraq Campaign, Return and Reintegration
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next › last »
DR Congo Voices: "Liberated" and Displaced
see all
Mudslide in Masisi: Internally displaced people in eastern DR Congo
more photo reports
Limnyuy Konglim
Advocacy Associate
Sara Fusco
Assistant Director for Online Communications
Ron Capps
Peacekeeping Program Manager
Matt Dillon
Member, Board of Directors
Site map
Privacy Policy
Contact Us
Sign up for Email
Refugees International · 2001 S Street NW · Suite 700 · Washington, DC 20009  Phone: 202-828-0110  Fax: 202-828-0819  Email: ri@refintl.org
Syndicate contentSomalia: Pirates Just a Piece of the PuzzleWe’ve got Aces in our PocketSudan: Needing a New PortmanteauGuest Blogger: Matt Dillon on Supporting South Sudan President’s Corner: Obama Focuses on Iraqi DisplacementIraq: "Would you return?"Inspired by New Supporters at the Afghan EmbassyApril, 2009March, 2009February, 2009archivedonateAlertNet Humanitarian NewsBlogCatalogChasing the FlameCoalition for DarfurForced Migration Current Awareness BlogOneWorldReliefWebSave DarfurSudan: The Passion of the PresentThe ExchangeThe Ground Truth in IraqThe List Project BlogUN DispatchVoices on Genocide Prevention