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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More than 2 billion people live in water-stressed countries.

🚰 UpLink and HCL have launched the 'Aquapreneur Innovation Initiative’ to support the start-ups tackling the global water crisis. Find out more: https://bit.ly/3APxrgP @KumulusWater @WEFUpLink @hcltech @HCLEnterprise

Sixty-seven years ago today, one brave woman refused to give up her seat.
https://worldcrunch.com/this-happened/rosa-parks-refuses-seat-photograph"

On the RLI blog, Sissy Katsoni explores the ECtHR’s decision to exclude ‘trespassing’ asylum-seekers from the scope of the obligation to admit (giving states 'too little international responsibility'), highlighting the benefit of shared responsibility. https://rli.blogs.sas.ac.uk/2022/12/01/sharing-responsibility-for-the-sake-of-mass-expulsions-delegitimization/

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