根據聯合國難民署 (UNHCR) 統計，全球約有8000萬人被迫遷移，有些在境內流離失所，有些則逃出邊境，前往他國尋求庇護，這些真實事件雖看似遙遠，其實很近，存在於你我周遭的日常生活之中。或許因為難民議題相對遙遠，並非所有人都熟知持續發生的強迫遷徙／難民議題，與為何導致強迫遷徙／難民的因素。
為了讓更多人關注難民議題，2020年，我們在台北發起世界難民日展覽——《疫起呼吸——穿透邊界的聲音》 (Together —— Voices Across Borders)。 從這裡開始，2021年起我們舉辦了多場以不同案例分享的難民講座和工作坊——《難民路徑》（Refugee Path）。
於是，我們決定每年在台灣發起難民週活動。 讓這裡成為討論難民問題的平台。 尋找改變難民議題的途徑。
In order to find another possibility, people have embarked on the routes of migration to seek a place where they are no longer just passing by. However, within the turbulence of drift, freedom is not always guaranteed.
According to statistics from the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), there are about 80 million people in the world who have been forcibly displaced. Some have been internally displaced, and some have fled the border to seek asylum in other countries. Although these real events may seem far away, they are actually very close to everyone in daily life. Perhaps because the refugee issues seem to be relatively far from Taiwan, not everyone is familiar with the ongoing forced migration/refugee issues and the factors that lead to forced migration/refugees.
In order to raise the awareness of Refugee Issues, in 2020, the first exhibition of Refugee Week, 《世界難民日展覽：疫起呼吸——穿透邊界的聲音》(Together —— Voices Across Borders), was held in Taipei. From here, we have facilitated several lectures and workshops on diverse cases and topics ——《難民路徑》(Refugee Path).
We decide to organise Refugee Week Taiwan every year. Make here become a safe platform to discuss the refugee issues in Taiwan.
We all are looking for the Path to make a Change for Refugees.