IRC in the News
Tucson and Arizona are both welcoming to new arrivals, but even so, something as basic as using the library or going to a doctor can be tough when Maay Maay or Nepalese is your first language.
Like so many refugees, Negisti Kurban's story is one of horror and hope. The transition hasn't been easy but Kurban is determined and, she said, "so grateful" to be here.
WASHINGTON — For the first time in the two-year push to topple President Bashar Assad, the United States said Thursday that it will send food and medicine directly to armed Syrian rebels.
It took him six years and six countries, but in 2009, Iraqi refugee Luay Aziz found a home in the El Cajon office of the International Rescue Committee. He attends classes at Cuyamaca College and works as a cage cashier at the Viejas Casino, but the IRC is where his heart is. Also his brain and his calculator.
From risk assessment to post-trauma support, here are 16 suggestions from the experts on how to protect those you employ in the field
During George Rupp’s extensive career, in which he has led two major universities and an international relief organization, he has held himself to two rules: Never stay in a job more than a dozen years and never have the next one lined up before leaving.