Refugee Council USA

Founding Year: 2000



Refugee Council

Refugee Council USA (2000; Washington, DC;

A diverse coalition of 29 US-based NGOs supporting refugee resettlement and integration and promoting efforts to “protect and welcome refugees, asylees, asylum-seekers, and other forcibly displaced populations.” It also encourages dialogue and communication among “government, civil society, and those who need protection and welcome while also advocating for policy reform.”


Leadership: John Slocum (Interim Executive Director)

Refugee Council USA contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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