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USCRI Webinar: Ukrainian Policy Update

Two years after the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, violence, destruction, and violations of international law continue to create dire conditions for civilians living in Ukraine and fuel widespread displacement both in and outside of the country. On February 26, USCRI legal and policy staff hosted a webinar to discuss the latest on […]

After Our Allies Were Welcomed: Chronicling the Afghan Resettlement Response Since 2021

The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) released its comprehensive report following the two-year anniversary of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan. The report titled “After Our Allies Were Welcomed: Chronicling the Afghan Resettlement Response Since 2021” analyzes the successes and challenges of Afghan resettlement and integration in the two years since the beginning of […]

USCRI Webinar: Afghan Policy Update

On August 3, U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) Policy and Legal staff discussed the latest legislative and executive efforts to extend legal protections to Afghan parolees, who arrived in the United States nearly two years ago amid the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. The panelists discussed the most recent developments on the Afghan Adjustment […]

USCRI Webinar: The Crisis in Sudan

The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) is monitoring the humanitarian and displacement crisis in Sudan. USCRI serves Sudanese refugees and refugees from neighboring countries such as South Sudan and the Central African Republic- and some USCRI employees have family members back in Sudan affected by the insecurity generated by the conflict. For World Refugee […]

USCRI Webinar: The Dried Fishing Industry in Bangladesh

For Human Trafficking Prevention Month, USCRI Policy Analyst Aaron Nodjomian-Escajeda sat down to speak with Md. Tanvir Sharif, Assistant Director Program Cox’s Bazar at Alliance for Cooperation and Legal Aid Bangladesh to discuss the dried fishing industry in Bangladesh and its connections to child labor. Please watch the video below.