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more inclusive and impactful
Support FMR

We believe forcibly displaced people should have a central voice in displacement response – and that displacement response policies and programmes should reflect evidence from research, practice and lived experience.

FMR relies on the generous support of donors who share our beliefs. Together, we create opportunities for forcibly displaced people and their allies to share learning and engage in dialogue that reaches decision makers in all areas of displacement response.

You can join us.


Empowering refugee and migrant women against gender-based violence in Bolivia. Credit: UNHCR/William Wroblewski

Volunteer with us

FMR’s Inclusion and Impact Programmes are only possible with the help of dedicated volunteers. Our mentors offer writing support to new authors with lived experience of forced displacement. Our translators ensure FMR’s content is accessible and accurate. Our advisors, experts in forced displacement and related issues, provide insight and advice on FMR’s strategic direction and editorial content.

UNHCR provides Burundian refugees in the DRC with land to cultivate. Credit: UNHCR/Antonia Vadala
Partner with us

FMR partners with other displacement response actors to highlight timely and topical themes. Partners typically secure funding for an FMR issue or special feature. They also provide advice on issue framing and content (although editorial decisions remain FMR’s). To propose a partnership or explore opportunities, please get in contact.

Artists from 9 countries create a mural in Sofia, Bulgaria together with refugee children. Credit: UNHCR/Dobrin Kashavelov

Our donors

FMR is proud to have strong collaborative relationships with our diverse donors.  We are deeply grateful to the recent donors listed below for their partnership.

  • ADRA International
  • Danish Refugee Council
  • Department of Justice Studies at James Madison University
  • HelpAge International
  • The Institute for Global Innovation – Gender Equality group – University of Birmingham
  • International Labour Organization
  • Jesuit Refugee Service
  • Refugees International
  • The Robert Bosch Stiftung
  • Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
  • Women’s Refugee Commission
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