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Myanmar: A Tipping Point for Rohingya Rights?

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Read our latest field report from Myanmar.

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Refugees International's 12th Annual New York Circle

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RI honored renowned journalist Ann Curry with the 2014 Exceptional Service Award. See more photos.

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Where Are We Now?

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An RI team is investigating two displacement crises in the Philippines.

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Waiting for Winter: Displaced Iraqis in the KRI

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Our latest field report on the situation facing internally displaced people in northern Iraq.

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A Daily Struggle to Survive: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

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Read our latest report on the Syrian refugee crisis.

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Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Somali Refugees in Kenya

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Read our latest report on the Kenyan government's crackdown on urban refugees.

from our blog

November 20
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In a world of new and emerging threats – from super storms to rising seas – the 60-year-old Refugee Convention may no longer be sufficient. But there are other ways to protect people affected by climate change.

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In September 2013, in the city of Zamboanga on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao, fighting broke out between the Moro National Liberation Front, a Muslim separatist group, and the Philippine Army. Today, more than one year later, over 38,000 people remain displaced.

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Between 2011 and 2014, the number of people displaced in the DRC's Katanga province jumped from 55,000 to 500,000 – more than 900 percent – as more than 100 villages have been burnt to the ground. Civilians face threats from local rebel movements, tribal militias, and abusive elements of the Congolese army. In this video, RI staffer Michael Boyce provides an update on RI's advocacy in the DRC to ensure that the displaced get the aid and protection they need.