This statement by the World Refugee & Migration Council’s Chair outlines specific concerns for the civilian populations of both Israel and Gaza, and their protection from the continuing violence and their displacement from their homes.
As the world faces unprecedented refugee crises, sustainable financial assistance has emerged as a vital aspect of Islamic philanthropy. Deeply rooted in principles of human dignity, empathy,
Robert Currie says regardless of the route, it is important that any Canadian effort to repurpose Russian assets is principled and lawful. In times when Russia’s own conduct has imperilled international rule of law, this is the appropriate and necessary response.
This article by WRMC Honarary Chair HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan was first published in ISPI’s Mediterranean Dialogues. On August 1st, the
North and Central American Task Force on Migration — Policy Dialogue on Irregular Migration and Forced Displacement Canadian Embassy, Washington, DC — 27 June 2023 North
The Globe and Mail’s Steven Chase writes that the WRMC is proposing a trust fund to redistribute seized Russian assets to Ukrainians as allies of Kyiv make plans for rebuilding the war-damaged country.
High-level Conference Delivers Legal and Policy Roadmap to Make Russia Pay for Rebuilding Ukraine and Assist Refugees
NEWS RELEASE Ottawa, June 20, 2023 — Just prior to the international Ukraine Recovery Conference in London, a high-level meeting will offer innovative solutions on how Canada and
Mindset Social Innovation Founder, Alison Lawton, Appointed to the WRMC’s Canadian Task Force Against Global Corruption
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Mindset Social Innovation Foundation is thrilled to announce the appointment of its founder, Alison Lawton, to the World
A Colombian refugee in Ecuador writes that national and international systems supporting refugee protection and integration in the region aren’t given the resources and don’t have the capacity to support people seeking protection.
A major US asylum restriction is ending. So why is the humanitarian crisis in northern Mexico getting worse?
The New Humanitarian’s Eric Reidy writes that instead of bringing relief, the end of Title 42 looks poised to add confusion and pressure to an already difficult humanitarian situation.