In the wake of the DSK case, stories of asylum cheats are spreading. But the reality is of honest, desperate people navigating a deeply flawed system.
Mexican human rights activists have issued an emergency appeal to apply international humanitarian standards in providing relief to more than 150 refugees.
The ongoing plight of Burma’s ethnic minorities is crowded out of the news by more immediate crises elsewhere.
President Obama has made some progress in making it easier for legitimate asylum-seekers to stay in the United States. But more can be done.
When ECDC was established as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in 1983, our initial goal was to respond to the needs of a growing Ethiopian community in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. As we observe 27 years of service to the community in 2010, we celebrate growth and achievements in our branch offices in Arlington, Denver, and Las Vegas.
The Iraqi refugee situation in Syria is becoming increasingly problematic.
As Somalia collapses, it threatens to take Kenya down with it.
Bhutanese refugees in Nepal face an agonizing choice: wait for repatriation or go to a third country.
Refugees returning to Iraq and order returning to the country? Think again.
Despite his recent visit to the region, President Bushs policy is still undermining Israeli-Palestinian peace.
While the U.S. debates whether a civil war is raging in Iraq, the UN estimates that 2.6 million Iraqis have fled violence in their country causing a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions.
Vol. 2, No. 10
The fairy tale kingdom of Bhutan is heading toward democracy. Overlooked has been the problem of over 100,000 Bhutanese refugees.