First Minister Carwyn Jones is holding a summit today to discuss how Wales can play a part in resettling refugees.
Over recent weeks, hundreds of thousands of people have fled war-torn Syria - many risking their lives on dangerous journeys to enter Europe.
Hundreds of people gathered in Cardiff at the weekend to show their support to refugees.
Many there used the opportunity to call for the UK Government to do more following the announcement they will take 20,000 refugees before 2020.
Carwyn Jones will be joined by a number of charities including the Welsh Refugee Council and British Red Cross. The Government says the discussion will be about developing the most effective response to the crisis.
Over 1000 people are expected to attend "Wales Say's #Refugees Welcome' rally events in Cardiff and Swansea today.
Organisations in Wales say they're ready to support Syrian refugees after the Prime Minister vowed to accept thousands more into the UK.
Welsh Conservative leader says UK 'must be willing to take its share' of refugees fleeing warzones in Syria.