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"On this journey, no one cares if you live or die"


Thousands of refugees and migrants dying and suffering extreme human rights abuses on journeys between West and East Africa and Africa’s Mediterranean Coast, new UNHCR/MMC report shows.

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COVID-19 is not a deterrent for migrants who attempt to cross the world’s most dangerous desert and sea


Aid organisations have sounded the alarm as thousands of people either go missing or perish as they journey from sub-Saharan Africa to reach Europe despite movement restrictions due to COVID-19.

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These illustrations reveal the human stories of the world’s most dangerous migration route


We listened to people along the Central Mediterranean Route to hear about the dangers they face, their hopes for the future and how they keep going in the face of it all. Illustrator Paul Blow depicted their stories.

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COVID-19 is cutting off even more lifelines for people seeking safety


Increasingly restrictive border policies have created the most dangerous route in the world. The coronavirus pandemic has made it even worse.

Statement regarding colleague in Ethiopia


It is with great sadness that the Danish Refugee Council can inform that one of our colleagues seconded to World Food Programme via the DRC Standby Roster has passed away from natural causes in a hospital in Ethiopia on Saturda...

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€7 million aid package will assist over 116,000 people in Afghanistan


DRC and partners will assist over 116,000 vulnerable people in Afghanistan with €7 million EU Humanitarian Aid package.

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DRC Global Event 2020 on Climate Change, Environmental Degradation and Forced Displacement


Would you like to be part of a ground-breaking journey seeking to better understand and prepare the humanitarian sector to respond to climate change and environmental degradation?

Into The Unknown Report

DRC reaction to the Brussels IV conference on supporting Syria and the region


In a reaction to the Brussels IV conference on 30 June organised by the European Union and co-hosted by the UN, the Danish Refugee Council’s Secretary General, Charlotte Slente, commented:


INGOs concerned upsurge in fighting in Rakhine State will cause greater hunger, displacement and vulnerability


As international humanitarian organisations working with communities throughout Rakhine State, we express deep concern for all those affected by the upsurge in fighting between the Arakan Army (AA) and the Myanmar Military in n...

Into The Unknown Report

Into the unknown: Listening to Syria’s displaced in the search for durable solutions


Over 50 Syrian and international NGOs published a report calling for action by participants of the upcoming Brussels IV Conference on the Future of Syria and the Region to support people displaced in and from Syria in their sea...