May 26, 2009 | Erin Weir | Tagged as: Chad, Sudan, Humanitarian Response
I am writing from Bahai, a village in eastern Chad right on the border with Darfur. Camilla Olson and I have trekked all the way out here, to what may be the most remote place I have ever visited, to understand the dynamics that make humanitarian assistance so hard to deliver. 
May 22, 2009 | Joel Charny | Tagged as: Sri Lanka, Neglected Crises
They did it.  In 2006 the brothers Rajapaksa set out to fulfill their campaign pledge and defeat the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam on the battlefield.
May 20, 2009 | Jim Kimsey | Tagged as: Anniversary Blogger Series
As I look back over my experiences with Refugees International, it seems to me that Refugees International is more relevant today than ever.
May 18, 2009 | Limnyuy Konglim | Tagged as: Burundi, Rwanda, Humanitarian Response
This week, fifteen years after the earth shattering Rwandan genocide, 20,000 refugees are finally returning home.
May 15, 2009 | Erin Weir
Last October I traveled to Congo with a colleague from Refugees International to assess the effectiveness of the U.N. peacekeeping operation in the troubled town of Goma, the eastern provincial capital.