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Our International Policy 

United Federation of Volunteers for Refugees Action works in conjunction with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR, the U.N. Refugee Agency); the Department of State, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian Government

 

Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration; other global refugee assistance organisations; and nearby and regional human rights companies to guard refugees internationally.


We advocate for the truthful and equal treatment of the most vulnerable refugees in the countries the place they first arrive. We additionally recommend on behalf of expanded resettlement slots internationally and additional funding from the global neighborhood to aid the 65 million refugees and displaced people all over the world today.


International Resettlement Proportions two Vulnerable refugees who are at increased hazard of harm even after they have fled from their countries ought to be resettled to safe 1/3 countries, however, there are some distance fewer resettlement slots handy annually for refugees global than are needed. According to UNHCR, the projected number of refugees who will need resettlement in 2018 is 1.2 million and yet international resettlement Proportions mild in comparison.

Protection for the Most Vulnerable
Refugees are entitled to unique rights and protections below international law. The most inclined – which include ladies who are heads of households in cultures the place men traditionally serve as protectors, children who are inclined to trafficking and exploitation, and persecuted LGBTI individuals – have extra wishes that ought to be identified and addressed. It is vitally essential that host u . s . governments understand and guard the rights of refugees making sure that local communities and the neighborhood law enforcement do the same.

Child Protection
In latest years, the United Nations has set up enhanced protections for inclined refugee children. UN groups have directed governments and humanitarian enterprises to furnish more advantageous aid for toddler protection and help programs, including formal and non-formal education applications in order to assist minimize vulnerability of young people who have been forced to flee their homes.
International Funding
Conflicts around the world have compelled sixty five million humans to flee their homelands. Many of these men and women live on the margins of overseas cities for years, in refugee camps for extended periods of time or in other marginalized communities where they often unable to fulfil their basic needs - nor are they able to return home. There is a crucial need for additional resources from the international community to address the needs of refugees and share the responsibility with refugee-hosting countries.

Click below to learn more about UFVRA programming internationally:

UFVRA Country Offices

Australia

Africa

Latin America

Middle East

UFVRA International Programming

Emergency

Legal Protection

Education 

Livelihoods

Psychosocial Care

Shelter for the aged one 

www.ufvra.org.au