The International Rescue Committee welcomes constructive comments on our blog, Voices from the Field. The following are our comment guidelines:
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- All viewpoints are welcome; however, comments that include ad hominem attacks or content that is abusive, offensive or that promotes hate of any kind will not be posted.
- Comments that are off-topic, obviously spam, or that include irrelevant links will not be posted.
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- We will not post comments that include resumes/CV’s.
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The above guidelines may be amended at any time. Effective August 31, 2010
Special note on refugee status and assistance:
The International Rescue Committee does not conduct direct refugee resettlement. You must approach the nearest office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for assistance. The UNHCR will determine if your case qualifies for resettlement to any of the international resettlement countries, including the United States. Read Frequently Asked Questions About Refugees and Resettlement for more information.