Topic: HIAS Partners

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May 15, 2023

HIAS Congratulates Amy E. Pope on Election as IOM Director General

May 15, 2023

HIAS Congratulates Amy E. Pope on Election as IOM Director General HIAS congratulates Amy E. Pope on her election as Director General of the United Nations International Organization for Migration (IOM).

May 9, 2023

Historic Archive Reinforces Urgency of Serving Today’s Refugees

May 9, 2023

Flowers at the commemoration event for the 80th anniversary of the uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII. Robert Aronson, a member and immediate past chair of the HIAS board, reflects on a recent board visit to Poland and Moldova.

Apr 27, 2023

Eight Jewish Congregations in Europe Join in Initiative to Fight Antisemitism and Promote Cross-Cultural Understanding

Apr 27, 2023

Eight Jewish Congregations in Europe Join in Initiative to Fight Antisemitism and Promote Cross-Cultural Understanding Eight Jewish congregations across Continental Europe are participating in an ambitious and innovative project, Neighbours, to tackle antisemitism and xenophobia, and promote cross-cultural and inter-religious understanding in their communities.

Apr 26, 2023

Forcibly Displaced Women in Aruba at Higher Risk of Gender-Based Violence, HIAS Study Finds

Apr 26, 2023

Forcibly Displaced Women in Aruba at Higher Risk of Gender-Based Violence, HIAS Study Finds The lack of regular documentation is among the factors that put forcibly displaced women in Aruba at increased risk of gender-based violence (GBV), according to a new study from HIAS Aruba.

Mar 23, 2023

Rabbi David Mason on Serving Britain’s Refugees

Mar 23, 2023

Rabbi David Mason In a Q&A, the executive director of the newly-formed HIAS + JCORE, discussed the importance of community and society.

Mar 17, 2023

As Conference on Venezuelan Refugees and Migrants Begins, HIAS Urges International Community to Renew Commitments

Mar 17, 2023

As Conference on Venezuelan Refugees and Migrants Begins, HIAS Urges International Community to Renew Commitments As donors, governments, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from around the world come together in Brussels for this week’s donors' conference on the Venezuelan displacement crisis, HIAS is calling for a concerted effort to prioritize the most pressing needs of Venezuelans and their host communities, including women, children, and indigenous populations.

Mar 15, 2023

After the Quake: Helping Survivors Cope

Mar 15, 2023

A victim of an earthquake in Turkey stands in front of rubble. Five weeks after an earthquake devastated Turkey and Syria, HIAS partner organizations have greatly assisted survivors.

Mar 8, 2023

HIAS’ Director for Latin America and the Caribbean Delivers Joint NGO Statement to UNHCR

Mar 8, 2023

HIAS’ Director for Latin America and the Caribbean Delivers Joint NGO Statement to UNHCR In the Americas, mixed movements soared to new record levels in 2022, both in volume and complexity. The protection space shrank largely due to new restrictive migratory policies and measures limiting safe routes and unrestricted mobility, putting displaced people at higher risk. 

Mar 2, 2023

NGOs Mark One Year Since Activation of the Temporary Protection Directive 

Mar 2, 2023

NGOs Mark One Year Since Activation of the Temporary Protection Directive  We, organizations providing assistance inside Ukraine, to refugees who have fled the country, and to host communities, welcome the activation of the TPD and all practical steps undertaken by the governments, along with civil society and citizens, to welcome and support refugees from Ukraine.

Feb 21, 2023

Earthquakes Fuel Concern for Refugees in Turkey and Syria

Feb 21, 2023

Earthquakes Fuel Concern for Refugees in Turkey and Syria As fears of a new humanitarian crisis rise following Monday's devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, HIAS is preparing to assist in the region and strategizing for the difficult months ahead. 

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