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Alexander Betts writes this week for The Conversation on the influx of people fleeing South Sudan for Uganda, a country with some of the most progressive refugee policies in the world. As he states, “Since March 2017, 2,800 refugees have been arriving daily from South Sudan’s conflict and famine.”

Betts argues in the article that in the face of such large numbers of refugees (currently the country hosts around 1 million), Uganda’s “commitment needs to be urgently bolstered by the international community”.

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