How is genuine social cohesion achieved during that clunky, awkward and artificial practice of "nation building"? Whose voices must be heard and how do program administrators learn from past mistakes? Dimitra Papavassiliou offers some insights and advice for developing processes to achieve social cohesion in post-conflict contexts.
This the final article in Oliver White's blog series covering policies and complexities in the global migrant crisis. In this piece, Oliver sums up the issues we're facing and examines some of the challenges that lay ahead in implementing an effective solution, which demands bold leadership.
As we say goodbye to 2016, Megan Giles takes a look at the state of human rights globally and it's a grim picture.
The international community is failing to share responsibility in the increasingly complex refugee crisis. Repatriation schemes have come under fire for favouring political expediency over the safety of refugees returning to dangerous contexts in their home countries. Charlie Ensor explains.
In part three of Oliver White's five part series, he explains why resettlement is not a feasible solution to solving the world's refugee crisis. So minuscule is the number of countries participating in UNHCR's resettlement program, that in 2015 there were enough places to resettle 0.66% of the world's refugees.