A humanitarian and human rights crisis is rapidly unfolding in Afghanistan as the country once again falls under Taliban rule. The lives of human rights activists, particularly women’s rights defenders, are at risk.Read More
Tickets are on sale NOW for The Lantern Tour: Concerts for Migrant and Refugee Families! The annual concert series returns October 2021 with an amazing lineup of music legends, including Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Gaby Moreno, Amy Helm, Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, and Thao. Tickets are selling fast! Buy yours now.BUY TICKETS
WRC joined dozens of national and regional immigrant and refugee rights organizations and other advocates to launch Welcome With Dignity, a landmark national campaign to transform how the United States welcomes people seeking asylum. Join us by pledging to welcome with dignity.SIGN THE PLEDGE
In The New York Times, WRC's Katharina Obser discusses reports of violence against Haitian migrants by US Border Patrol agents at the US-Mexico border.READ MORE
Advancing gender equality and promoting resilience across humanitarian response can transform the lives of refugee women, children, and youth.LEARN MORE
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.
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.
Our system of internal accountability at WRC measures our successes and challenges in achieving our strategic priorities of gender equality and resilience-based approaches.