EU Member States Must Urgently Relocate Lone Children
Joint NGO Urgent Call to Action: EU Member States Should Commit to the Emergency Relocation of Unaccompanied Children from the Greek Islands.
Statement on The Humanitarian Situation in Northwest Syria
The Danish Refugee Council is deeply concerned about the worsening humanitarian situation and wide-scale suffering of civilians in Syria’s northwest after recent conflict escalation, which has driven more than 950,000 people fr...
Open Letter to the Prime Minister of the Hellenic Republic
In an open letter to Mr. Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Prime Minister of the Hellenic Republic, DRC and 19 other organisations raise concern over the protection of thousands of unaccompanied children in the country.
The situation in Libya highlights the need for protection of refugees and migrants
A political agreement that is carefully designed not to save lives is a stark reminder of what continues to take priority in the EU’s approach to migration policy. Rather, the EU must commit to search and rescue in the Mediterr...
In Yemen: High Numbers of Civilian Deaths Extremely Concerning
Aid organisations in Yemen are extremely concerned about high numbers of civilian casualties in recent military escalation.
The Danish Refugee Council leaves Lesvos
After four years, the Danish Refugee Council will close its Lesvos sub-office, but humanitarian support is still urgently needed.
DRC ranked as third-best NGO worldwide
For the third year in a row, the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has been recognized as the third best Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in the world by independent watchdog group NGO Advisor. DRC has now been ranked in their to...
Open Letter to Greece's new Minister on Migration and Asylum
In an Open Letter to Mr Notis Mitarakis, who is the new Greek Minister on Migration and Asylum, 17 organisations express concern at the fact that the public health system remains inaccessible to thousands of asylum seekers, mig...
The global refugee situation calls for sustainable solutions
Far too often, the global refugee situation is described as an enormous, unsolvable problem. This crisis rhetoric leads to political initiatives aimed at protecting borders – rather than protecting people. I think it’s high tim...
Provide alternatives for migrants and refugees in Libya
The Libya INGO Forum, representing 16 INGOs, including the Danish Refugee Council, providing assistance in Libya, calls the international community attending the Global Refugee Forum to scale up efforts to protect migrants and ...