Sara Pantuliano, Managing Director of ODI, examines the ripple effect of restrictive asylum policies on poorer countries in Europe and Australia, leading to the erosion of refugee protection on a global scale.
One of the most notable features of the European response is the central role volunteers have played – in stark contrast to the much slower response of international agencies and donors.
Oliver White explains how Australia's 'stopping the boats' policy undermines the global architecture of protection for refugees.
Our fellow, Michela Magni, shares one determined woman's success story, and discusses how the Cambodian government continues to fail women.
Misunderstanding and ignorance leads to fear of refugees and even hatred. Nesima Aberra looks at four innovative efforts to tell meaningful stories about refugees and build more empathy.