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FMR 54 is available online free of charge

© UNHCR / Sebastian Rich
This 15-year-old Syrian boy’s family is hoping to be resettled in Canada and is in the final stages of assessment.

The latest issue of Forced Migration Review, with a major feature on Resettlement, is now online.

Resettlement is receiving greater prominence not only in light of US President Donald Trump’s recent actions but in the context of the recent surge in numbers of refugees. This issue looks at some of the modalities and challenges of resettlement in order to shed light on debates such as how – and how well – resettlement is managed, whether it is a good use of the funds and energy it uses, and whether it is a good solution for refugees.

This FMR also contains a mini-feature on Post-deportation risks and monitoring plus four articles on other forced migration topics: climate-related displacement in Bangladesh, asylum seekers’ consumption patterns, refugee and migrant children in Europe, and statelessness in Switzerland.

Articles are available in pdf, html and audio (mp3) formats. It will be available in print by 22 February, and will later also be available in French, Spanish and Arabic.

This issue includes an article by the RSC Director, Alexander Betts:

Resettlement: where’s the evidence, what’s the strategy?

It also includes an article by ODID student Chloe Marshall-Denton:

Rethinking how success is measured

Find the full issue here: