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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Refugees

International Rehabilitation Centre for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes and Civil War, Kiev / Est. 1994
Weltnotwerk der KAB
DIAKONIA - Protestant Refugee Service
South East European Refugee Assistance Network / Est. 1999
Sudanic Refugee Organization
Central American Refugee Center, Washington / Est. 1981
UNANIMA International / Est. 2002
United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa / Est. 1965
Organización para el Programa Protección y Asistencia a Refugiados
Scalabrinian Secular Missionary Women / Est. 1961
Refugee Assistance International Network, Sri Lanka
International Refugee Rights Initiative / Est. 2004
Act for Peace / Est. 1948
American Refugee Committee / Est. 1978
Voluntary and Christian Service / Est. 1953
European Council on Refugees and Exiles / Est. 1974
Association d'accueil aux médecins et personnels de santé refugiés en France
Southern African Churches Ministry with Uprooted People
Italian Council for Refugees / Est. 1990
Confederation of Refugees and of Emergency Immigrants
Canadian Foundation for Refugees
Consortium for Southeast Asian Refugees
CIMADE / Est. 1939
European Legal Network on Asylum / Est. 1985
Standing Committee on Scholarships for African Refugees

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World Problems relating to Refugees

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Involuntary mass resettlement
Non-settled refugees
Environmental refugees
Refugees by boat
Detention of refugees and asylum-seekers
Denial of the right to work to refugees
Denial of economic and social rights to refugees
Asylum hijacking
Refugee fatigue
Refugee induced environmental degradation
Immigration barriers for handicapped family members
Insufficient voluntary repatriation of refugees
Vulnerability of women refugees
Disabled refugees
Political refugees
Physical insecurity of refugees and asylum-seekers
Non-settled refugees living outside camps
Socially handicapped refugees
Vulnerability of refugee children
Displaced royalty
Boredom in refugee camps

Action Strategies relating to Refugees

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Repatriating refugees
Assisting externally displaced people
Rejecting refugees
Providing humanitarian aid to refugees
Providing asylum
Combatting sexual abuse in countries of refugee asylum
Forcing repatriation
Studying consequences of migration
Protecting refugees
Implementing refugee law
Providing development assistance to internally displaced women and children
Resettling externally displaced peoples
Combatting sexual abuse in countries of refugee origin
Assisting victims of sexual violence
Reducing economic refugees
Humanizing refugee policy
Exploiting displaced children
Exploiting women refugees
Assisting women refugees through training
Assisting socially handicapped refugees
Coping with environmental refugees
Developing special refugee counselling services
Reducing disabled refugees
Providing secure refugee camps and settlements
Supporting Palestinian refugees

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