forced migration review podcasts

FMR 54 - Putting refugees at the centre of resettlement in the UK

There are growing numbers of refugees in the UK who have been through a resettlement programme. New research in four...

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FMR 54 - Resettlement and humanitarian admission programmes in Europe – what works?

The European Migration Network has published a study on resettlement, humanitarian admission and private sponsorship...

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FMR 54 - Southeast Asia and the disenchantment with resettlement

While resettlement is nowadays considered as a solution to be resorted to only in exceptional circumstances, in...

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FMR 54 - Portugal’s position on resettlement: a view from the periphery of the EU

The evolution of European policy in recent years has shown how policy can be used to actively restrict the movement...

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FMR 54 - Pre-resettlement experiences: Iranians in Vienna

Refugees’ resettlement experiences may be shaped in the stages leading up to their arrival.

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FMR 54 - LiechtensteinLanguages project

In February 2016 Liechtenstein introduced the LiechtensteinLanguages project (LieLa) to help asylum seekers and...

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FMR 54 - ‘Matching’ refugees

There is a lot of empirical evidence that the initial location in which refugees are resettled matters a great deal...

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FMR 54 - The secondary migration of refugees resettled in the US

More and more refugees are resettled in communities where they have no intention of living and then move on.

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FMR 54 - The importance of legal counsel

At each stage of the resettlement process, the presence of counsel – legal advocates – can help refugees to present...

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FMR 54 - Who will resettle single Syrian men?

Resettlement programmes for Syrian refugees severely restrict access to resettlement for single Syrian men, despite...

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FMR 54 - How NGOs have helped shape resettlement

NGOs have a rich history of involvement in case identification and referral for resettlement, and have helped to...

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FMR 54 - Expanding the role of NGOs in resettlement

With global resettlement needs growing and more refugees living outside camps, NGOs are uniquely positioned to...

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FMR 54 - Resettlement as a protection tool for refugee children

here is a need to ensure that new and existing initiatives to resettle refugee children at risk, including...

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FMR 54 - An unequal partnership: resettlement service providers in Australia

The relationship between government and government-contracted refugee resettlement service providers in Australia...

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FMR 38 Protracted internal displacement: is local integration a solution?

Recent research in six countries in Africa, Europe and Latin America highlights a range of factors that may help or...

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FMR 38 Kenyan refugees included in transitional justice processes

In the complex relationship between forced migration and transitional justice, a visit by the Kenyan Truth, Justice...

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FMR 38 Preventing partner violence in refugee and immigrant communities

For many refugees and other forced migrants, sexual and gender-based violence does not necessarily stop after...

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FMR 38 A new strategy for meeting humanitarian challenges in urban areas

Experience indicates that significant challenges remain across key humanitarian operational approaches relating to...

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FMr 38 Forgotten and unattended: refugees in post-earthquake Japan

Refugees and asylum seekers suffered restrictions on movement, increased impoverishment and shortage of essential...

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FMR 38 Language training in the Czech Republic

Language skills are crucial for the integration of refugees into the local community. In the Czech Republic, all...

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