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Refugees International

Refugees International generates lifesaving humanitarian assistance and protection for displaced people around the world and works to end the conditions that create displacement. The characteristics of the organization are independence and flexibility. Refugees International takes an uncompromising rights-based approach to advocacy on behalf of refugees and displaced persons. It acts first and foremost as a witness to the suffering of the displaced. Their advocates spend weeks in the field interviewing and meeting with war-affected populations, non-governmental organizations and aid agencies. Website: www.refugeesinternational.org
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Haiti: From the Ground Up

2 March 2010 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Country Reports

Last Line of Defense: How Peacekeepers Can Better Protect Civilians

24 February 2010 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Thematic Reports

India: Close the Gap for Burmese Refugees

8 December 2009 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Country Reports

Colombia: Displaced Women Demand Their Rights

16 November 2009 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Country Reports

DR Congo: Improved Civilian Protection Activities Still Need Support

13 November 2009 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Country Reports

Pakistan: Protect People First

26 October 2009 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Country Reports

Thailand: New Problems Challenge Old Solutions

30 September 2009 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Country Reports

Drawing on the Full Strength of America: Seeking Greater Civilian Capacity in U.S. Foreign Affairs

23 September 2009 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Thematic Reports

DR Congo: Protect Civilians & End Military Operations

15 September 2009 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Country Reports

Statelessness: International Blind Spot Linked to Global Concerns

2 September 2009 | Publisher: Refugees International | Document type: Country Reports

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