Alternative pathways to protection for refugees

It is increasingly recognised that the options for effective protection of refugees have not kept pace with the number of people who need protection. Traditional approaches to refugee protection have centered on one of three 'durable solutions' supported by the UNHCR. Increasingly, however, people are discussing alternative pathways for refugees to access safety and security, as well as expanding existing channels such as resettlement programs.
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Kaldor Centre report: ‘Where to from here’ for regional refugee protection?

With global displacement at record levels, a real public debate on refugee protection is sorely needed. Motivated to explore concrete, principled strategies for refugee policy and practices in Australia and the wider region, the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law convened a two-day Expert Roundtable at the University of New South Wales.
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International Organization for Migration (IOM)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is an intergovernmental organisation which aims to facilitate “dignified, orderly and safe migration for the benefit of all.” Set up in 1951, the IOM now has 9,500 staff working across 450 offices, with 401 offices and 165 member states globally. It has five main roles.
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