• Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network

    The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network is an open and growing network consisting of more than 320 civil society organisations and individuals from 28 countries committed to advancing the rights of refugees in the Asia Pacific region. We do this through information sharing, mutual capacity building, and joint advocacy. APRRN members are diverse, including service providers, human rights advocacy groups, research institutions, law firms providing pro-bono legal aid, refugee community-based organisations and refugees themselves. Almost all APRRN members are civil society groups working in their specific local contexts, lobbying their governments for changes in policies and legislation to protect the rights of refugees.

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  • Jesuit Refugee Service Asia Pacific

    The goals adapt core issues underpinning JRS work since its establishment and make them relevant to the challenges of today: compassion on the edge of humanity, faith and justice, hope and education, and unity in action.

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  • Thai Committee for Refugees

    Our mission is to provide a strategic shift in the protection of refugees, asylum seekers, stateless and internally displaced persons, which will result in more sustainable solutions for refugees, asylum seekers and stateless persons in Thailand and in the broader Southeast Asian region.

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  • The Arakan Project

    Peace Insight was launched in 2012 to bring greater attention to their invaluable work. Published by Peace Direct, we are the world’s leading resource on local peacebuilding. We provide a vital network that connects peacebuilders with an international actors and organizations—and with each other.

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