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January 08, 2010 | Jennifer Smith | Tagged as: South Sudan, Sudan

The escalation of violence in south Sudan should serve as a wake-up call at this critical point in time.

January 06, 2010 | Joel Charny | Tagged as: Climate Displacement, Colombia, DR Congo, Iraq, Kenya, Pakistan, South Sudan, Sudan, Statelessness
It’s now standard to wrap up the year with lists of ten: best films; greatest sporting moments; most influential people. In the spirit of a hopeful start to the New Year and decade, I propose a different sort of list: ten events we’d like to see in the world of humanitarian action in 2010.
January 04, 2010 | Megan Fowler
The crises and problems that Refugees International tackles are daunting. Yet, in 2009 progress was made that directly eases the burdens of people who are forced to flee their homes.
December 23, 2009 | Sara Fusco
For non-profits, the holiday season often looks more like a mad dash to meet our budgets than a time of joy and happiness.
December 21, 2009 | Andrea Lari | Tagged as: Colombia, Humanitarian Response
This past January a policy directive of Colombian President Uribe outlined the National Plan for the Consolidation of Territory (Plan Nacional de Consolidación Territorial).