Are you looking for a way to make a change? Sign a UNHCR petition.

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Sign one of UNHCR Canada’s online petitions and show the world that you stand #WithRefugees.


As we mark our 70th anniversary in 2020, UNHCR continues to be committed in its efforts to protect and assist refugees. Supporters like you ensure that we can continue our work: you also help make Canada a warm, inviting place for newcomers who enrich and strengthen the country we are proud to call home.

Add your name to the #IAmAnAdvocate pledge and join the UNHCR in sending send a clear message: everyone counts, and there is no place for xenophobia and racism in our world.

Stand #WithRefugees

Add your voice to a global movement to protect the rights of refugees.

Each day war forces thousands of families to flee their homes. People like you, people like me. To escape the violence, they leave everything behind – everything except their hopes and dreams for a safer future. UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency believes that all refugees deserve to live in safety.

Add your name to the #WithRefugees petition to send a clear message to governments that they must act with solidarity and shared responsibility.

Cities #WithRefugees

Cities across Canada are embracing refugees and becoming more connected because refugees are here, becoming colleagues, neighbours, and friends. At a time when conflict and persecution is uprooting millions of people worldwide, Canadian cities need to continue their support for refugees.

UNHCR’s #WithRefugees campaign invites cities and local authorities who are working to promote inclusion, support refugees and bring communities together to sign a statement of solidarity #WithRefugees.

Please join us today by persuading your city to join with the UN Refugee Agency. Ask your mayor to officially stand with refugees and cities across the world by signing the UNHCR Statement of Solidarity with Refugees. Tell your city you stand #WithRefugees.

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