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2021 Team and Objectives

2021 Team and Objectives

Refugee Pathways envisions a world where all displaced people can relocate safely and find protection in a humane and dignified way. Too many refugees and internally displaced people face exploitation when seeking protection in another country. To empower displaced people to relocate safely, Refugee Pathways has […]

The Impact of Covid-19 on Syrian Refugees and IDPs

The Impact of Covid-19 on Syrian Refugees and IDPs

Months into the COVID-19 pandemic, the already existing vulnerabilities of refugee populations have been exacerbated. The impact of COVID-19 on refugees has gone beyond the devastating health tolls also to include massive loss of employment, livelihoods, shelter, and nutrition, as well as increased gender-based violence […]

Record Low Refugee Resettlement calls for more Complementary Resettlement Pathways

Record Low Refugee Resettlement calls for more Complementary Resettlement Pathways

This month, UNHCR reported that 2020 will be a record low for refugee resettlement. The UN Refugee Agency announced that according to its data, “only 15,425 refugees were resettled from January to the end of September this year, compared to 50,086 over the same period […]

Complementary Pathways to Resettlement: Labor Mobility

Complementary Pathways to Resettlement: Labor Mobility

Refugees are often forced to flee their homes when they lose access to employment opportunities. Upon relocating to often neighboring countries, refugees are faced with challenges of entering the formal labor markets. Within host communities, refugees are either siloed into refugee camps with limited livelihood […]

How Race Impacts the Resettlement of Refugees in the United States

How Race Impacts the Resettlement of Refugees in the United States

Refugee Pathways acknowledges that the movement for refugee rights is deeply connected to the broader movement for racial justice. Our vision for refugees to relocate safely and in a humane and dignified way recognizes that racial discrimination is often a barrier to that vision for […]