COVID-19 Special Section

COVID-19 has upended the lives of people globally. View our special section as WRC actively assesses the effects the novel coronavirus is having on refugee women, children, and youth.


From Our Blog

WRC's Cassondra Puls wrote in a blog cross-posted on ReliefWeb about discusses our latest research on adolescents and cash and voucher assistance in humanitarian settings


Spread the Word

Toll-free phone numbers are available for families separated by the US government between July 2017 and June 2018 to reach a Steering Committee conducting outreach to locate families and provide them with additional information.


WRC in the News

The New Humanitarian discusses WRC's work on sexual violence against men and boys in conflict and how our research warns that the abuse continues—under-reported and unresolved—in settings like Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps.


Advancing gender equality and promoting resilience across humanitarian response can transform the lives of refugee women, children, and youth.


Gender Equality

The Women's Refugee Commission advocates for gender equality across humanitarian response to ensure equal access and opportunity for all, increase dignity and well-being, and promote long-term self-reliance.

Resilience-Based Approaches

We advocate for approaches in humanitarian response that build the resilience of refugee women, children, and youth by strengthening and investing in their assets, skills, and capacities.

Measurement and Learning

Our system of internal accountability at WRC measures our successes and challenges in achieving our strategic priorities of gender equality and resilience-based approaches.