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Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in Tucson, AZ, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.


Syrian Family Reunited, Finds Home in Tucson

Husband and wife, Adnan and Roshin Jabo, discuss their reunification and how their family established home in Tucson.


Refugees from Burundi share their Culinary Talents

For Egide and Anezi, growing fresh produce and cooking healthy meals go hand in hand. Last week, they shared traditional Burundian meals to the Milagro Cohousing Community.


Community Partner Highlight: Nottinghill Apartments

For many refugees, resettlement in the U.S. means that for the first time, they have a safe place they can call home. The IRC’s partnerships with local apartment communities help make “home” a reality.


Refugee Moms Learn English along with Kids

Learning English side-by-side with their children, these women are empowered to take positive steps towards self-sufficiency.


Champions for Refugees – Tucson Edition

IRC recently chose 10 courageous “Champions for Refugees” who have shown their support for the record 65 million-plus people currently displaced around the world, and inspired others to do the same. Here in Tucson, we sincerely thank and honor our local partners and supporters for standing with refugees.


Employment Program Update: Refugees’ Path to Success

Securing a job is a resettlement milestone for many refugees. Learn how community support and the IRC’s Employment Program help refugees reach this milestone.


How to Take Action and Help Refugees in Tucson

How you can help refugees at this critical moment.


URGENT: TAKE ACTION NOW! Urge Your Senators & Representatives to Oppose President Trump’s Pending Refugee Announcement

We need your help with an impending Executive Order that could severely limit the number of refugees coming into our country.


On-the-Job Training and Employment Incentive Project Launches at IRC Tucson

Through a grant awarded by the Arizona Department of Economic Security, the IRC in Tucson launches an On-the-Job Training and Employment Incentive Project designed to assist refugees who arrive in Tucson with significant barriers towards self-sufficiency.


How You Can Help Refugees in Tucson

Here's how you can help refugees in Tucson.