• http://www.cnn.com/videos/business/2015/08/31/katy-long-interview-private-sector-migrant-crisis.cnn

    Private Sector Solutions to Refugee Crisis

    An early start this morning to talk about refugee crises and what the private sector can do to help end political paralysis in Europe on CNN: watch it here

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    Passports for a Price? BBC Radio 4 “Four Thought”

    If you’ve not got time to read about migration, how about listening to this instead?  On this BBC Radio 4 podcast, first broadcast 29 July 2015, I talk about what it means when citizenship itself is for sale…. Read More

  • MPI Paper

    New Report: From Refugee to Migrant?

    Refugee protection—both asylum in the country of first refuge and resettlement to a third country—is a humanitarian endeavor, distinct from economic or labor migration. As victims of persecution, under international law refugees are entitled to specific protections, above all… Read More

  • Oxford Handbook

    The Oxford Handbook of
    Refugee and Forced Migration Studies

    Refugee and Forced Migration Studies has grown from being a concern of a relatively small number of scholars and policy researchers in the 1980s to a global field of interest with thousands of students worldwide studying displacement either… Read More

  • Permanent Crises? Unlocking the protracted displacement of refugees and internally displaced people

    Permanent Crises? Unlocking the protracted displacement of refugees and internally displaced people

    This policy overview was prepared as part of an RSC’s joint research and policy project on ‘Unlocking crises of protracted displacement for refugees and internally displaced persons’ with the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, the Norwegian Refugee Council and the Internal Displacement… Read More

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    The Point of No Return

    In the past twenty years, over 25 million refugees have returned ‘home’. These refugee repatriations are considered by the international community to be the only real means of solving mass refugee crises. Yet despite the importance placed on… Read More

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    The Huddled Masses:
    Immigration and Inequality

    Now Available in Paperback Too! Politicians from all sides compete to convince us they can fix our immigration “problem”. Apparently, if we want less inequality at home, we need less immigration from abroad. But what if this assumption is… Read More