What We Do
We work closely with governments of refugee host countries, the United Nations, international NGOs, and academic institutions to influence institutional changes that help create a more responsive climate and humane policies for the most vulnerable refugees. Our work includes: Training
- Build and deliver highly effective training programs for refugee professionals in international institutions and government agencies so they can provide better protection for refugees.
- Training covers identification, protection, credibility assessment, resettlement and integration of sexual and gender minority refugees and other exceptionally vulnerable refugee groups.
- Chart avenues for effective protection of vulnerable refugees
- Devise innovative legal and practical tools
- Inform refugee stakeholders and the public of the needs of exceptionally vulnerable refugees
- Accurately assess and convey risks facing exceptionally vulnerable refugees
- Protect individual refugees through legal representation
- Provide regularly updated resources and guidelines for refugees in multiple languages
- Provide direct guidance and legal consultation
- Sponsor resettlement programs helping refugees build a new life in a safer countries
- Produce ground-breaking research and publications investigating the challenges that exceptionally refugees face in transit and the efficacy of the protection system involving refugees at high risk.