UNHCR and the Finnish Refugee Council: Government’s proposal does not address the obstacles to family reunification

We in Finland and in Europe have followed with shock how the heartbreaking war in ...

Humanity, Expertise and Internationality – Finnish Refugee Council’s Brand Renewed

Finnish Refugee Council (FRC) is Finland’s largest expert organisation specialising in refugee and migration issues, ...

The immeasurable value of literacy—International Literacy Day reminds us of the importance of literacy for refugees

Today, the 8th of September, we celebrate UN International Literacy Day. Unfortunately, learning to read ...

Refugee Man of the Year 2022 is Aladdin Delli

Finally safe after the war and medical malpractice “Today we are learning the alphabet of ...

Refugee Woman of the Year 2022 is Lama Kourdi

From war-torn Syria to wintery Finland It is the year 2015. A woman arrives in ...

Refugees of the Year 2022 have been announced

Finnish Refugee Council has chosen Lama Kourdi, from Tampere, as the Refugee Woman of the ...

The coronavirus pandemic has increased refugees’ vulnerability in FRC’s operating countries

During the coronavirus pandemic, refugees have been increasingly vulnerable in refugee camps over the past ...

Education provides a better future for refugee women in Uganda

Literacy and education open opportunities for refugee women and mothers to build a better future ...

There is room to dream and develop important skills at FRC’s Youth Center in Nakivale, Uganda

Uganda is one of the largest refugee-hosting nations in the world, with over 1.45 million ...

Finnish Refugee Council’s panel discussion on functional adult literacy in the European Humanitarian Forum

Finnish Refugee Council participated in the European Humanitarian Forum, which took place in Brussels from ...