Seeking systemic action for refugees and migrants

Recap of Research InSightS LIVE #2:
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Afghanistan, the Polish-Belarusian border or the Greek islands: today, migrant and refugee crises are occurring around the world.

How can we come to durable and systemic solutions and action for these crises – at international, national and sub-national level? What can we learn from recent research findings?

During the second edition of Research InSightS LIVE, nine guests shed light on these urgent questions.

The second edition of Research InSightS LIVE took place on 6 December 2021. The hybrid event was held at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam and livestreamed for an online audience. Host Lynn Zebeda welcomed nine guests to reflect on how systemic action for refugees and migrants can be achieved.

The event focused on the protection of refugees in camps, migrants on the move, or (undocumented) migrants closer to home. The COVID-19 pandemic, continued migration and recent developments in, for instance, Afghanistan and Belarus demonstrate the importance of engaging with this topic. Moreover, there is a clear need for action. During the event, academics of the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) and practitioners working in the field shared their ideas on migrant and refugee issues, their experiences and research insights.

In between the discussions, the audience was able to ask questions. The event yielded valuable insights into the theme and addressed various possible solutions.

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