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Dr Jeff Crisp, RSC Research Associate, has written an article for the October issue of JICA’s World magazine which focuses on ‘Refugees and Displaced People: Rebuilding the Lives of the Displaced’. In the article, titled ‘Refugees and displaced people: how Japan can help’, Dr Crisp outlines five ways that Japan can play a role in assuaging the current global displacement crisis. 

These include continuing to provide emergency funding; supporting the introduction of longer-term and developmental approaches in situations where many people have been displaced; using its skills in design and innovation to promote the use of new approaches and more effective technologies; providing a greater number of refugee resettlement places; and continuing to play a role in preventive diplomacy to help prevent and resolve conflict.

Read the article here >> (pdf 99.3KB)

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