Refugee Solidarity Network

Our Mission

Refugee Solidarity Network protects the rights of people uprooted from their homes and strengthens the communities where they seek safety. In partnership with advocates and local stakeholders, we develop capacity in refugee host countries outside the U.S. and advance legal frameworks that uphold human rights. We believe the complexity of forced migration requires a flexible, collaborative response focused on achieving sustainable solutions.

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Op-ed in @newhumanitarian by our director @mhzaman on making sure rebuilding efforts in the aftermath of the floods in Pakistan include the needs of #Afghan refugees in the country.
https://www.thenewhumanitarian.org/opinion/2022/09/20/Pakistan-floods-Afghan-refugees-rebuild-relief-aid

55%+ of refugees live w/significant #work restrictions. Easing the work permit process and safeguarding rights can play a major role in their inclusion and ability to self-sustain. Read more 👉🏽 http://bit.ly/3wG3r59

Plagued by conflict, disease, & the physical toll of migration, Arian was diagnosed w/PTSD at 15. Though he overcame his traumatic past, others struggle long after reaching safety as emotional distress & devastating health consequences may linger. 🔗 http://bit.ly/3B1cM98

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