USCRI is committed to upholding the rights of refugees. These rights are based on international laws and treaties that allow for recognition before the law, freedom of movement, and the ability to become self-reliant through work and educational opportunity. Our Warehousing Campaign calls attention to these rights when they are violated by host countries and the international community. As part of this campaign and as a commitment to international standards, USCRI partners with more than 400 civil society groups around the world to advocate for the rights of displaced people and those who are migrating.
|USCRI, in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Cartagena Declaration collaborated with Cartagena Initiative +30 to produce this report. It is the result of the efforts of several organizations, and persons subject to international protection in 14 countries in the region, to propose strategies of cooperation within the frame of shared responsibility and solidarity, which is a particularly important exercise to advance regional integration.
Report on Refugee Status Determination in Latin America
"Refugee Status Determination in Latin America: Regional Challenges and Opportunities. The national systems in Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Mexico."
You can access the report in English here
You can access the report in Spanish here
USCRI Ethiopia Briefing: Implementation of the Out of Camp Scheme for Eritrean Refugees