Read why unprecedented numbers of children from Central America are seeking safety in the U.S.Read more
It’s Time to End Gender Discrimination in Nationality Laws. Check out our new campaign.Read more
This report, based on 700 interviews in 8 countries, offers concrete recommendations for different humanitarian actors.Read more
Detained or deported parents can lose their kids forever. Our new toolkit will help them retain custody of their children.Find out more
Three years after the crisis in Syria began, we look at the role of gender in the humanitarian response in Jordan.Read our report
In late 2013, the Women’s Refugee Commission undertook a project to identify how the humanitarian community was integrating existing gender guidance across all sectors and whether gender was being dealt with centrally as an institutionalized way of working rather than peripherally. This report contains findings and recommendations.
This report presents the approaches, positive practices and ongoing challenges to operationalizing disability inclusion across UNHCR and its partner organizations, and provides lessons and recommendations for the wider humanitarian community.download this report