forced migration review podcasts

FMR 45 International cooperation on the North Korean refugee crisis

The biggest challenge concerning North Korean refugees is that, as yet, there is no international framework for how...

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FMR 45 Misconceptions about human trafficking in a time of crisis

Both natural and man-made crises are considered by many to be prime environments for trafficking in persons. However,...

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FMR 45 The rise of trapped populations

As border security increases and borders become less permeable, cross-border migration is becoming increasingly...

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FMR 45 Populations ‘trapped’ at times of crisis

A focus on those who are trapped challenges both theoretical and practical approaches to mobility and crisis, which...

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FMR 52 - From the Editors

Our belief in the need for and the efficacy of humanitarian action is partly based on its actual effectiveness over...

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FMR 52 - Forced displacement: a development issue with humanitarian elements

Now is the time to consolidate the shift towards full global recognition that the challenge of forced displacement is...

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FMR 52 - The reality of transitions

Attempts to address the drivers of forced displacement and to provide sustainable solutions for refugees, IDPs and...

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FMR 52 - Forgotten people: former Liberian refugees in Ghana

The viability of the ECOWAS integration scheme implemented as a solution for those Liberians who continued to stay in...

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FMR 52 - Reflecting on Liberia and Sierra Leone

In post-conflict Liberia and Sierra Leone, partnerships that were mutually supportive and that included the displaced...

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FMR 52 - Peace in Colombia and solutions for its displaced people

With the prospect of peace comes the need to find solutions for those displaced during 50 years of fighting.

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FMR 52 - A perspective from the World Bank

The World Bank brings distinctive qualities to the role it can play in furthering the humanitarian to development...

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FMR 52 - Humanitarian action and the transformation of gender relations

There is value in creating space within a humanitarian response to invest in interventions that go beyond addressing...

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FMR 52 - An age-sensitive approach to durable solutions

Elderly people are likely to face specific constraints in displacement, yet the durable solutions devised by many...

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FMR 52 - New aid architecture and resilience building around the Syria crisis

The international community has been piloting an integrated humanitarian, development and government response to the...

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FMR 52 - Development cooperation and addressing ‘root causes'

Development has its place in dealing with the roots of displacement but it is not an alternative to important measures.

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FMR 52 - Labour mobility as part of the solution

While refugee families lack access to work and struggle to survive, there are skills gaps around the world that could...

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FMR 52 - Palestinian professionals in Lebanon: an exception

Palestine refugees in Lebanon, being classified as foreigners or migrants, suffer restrictions on their employment.

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FMR 52 - Doing business in Ecuador

Engaging refugees in the economic development of Ecuador’s Esmeraldas Province would provide them with livelihoods...

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FMR 52 - The contribution of the private sector to solutions for displacement

The Solutions Alliance is exploring ways of better engaging with the private sector to harness their capacity to turn...

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FMR 52 - Conceptual challenges and practical solutions in situations of internal displacement

In situations of internal displacement, a variety of political, operational, ethical and practical challenges...

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