World leaders – including British prime minister Theresa May – are meeting at the United Nations in New York to agree a two year plan to manage the large flows of refugees and migrants across the globe.
Marta Foresti, an expert in migration and interim executive director of the UK-based think tank the Overseas Development Institute, who is in New York for the summit, said: 'There is not much that is new in the outcome document. What matters most now is the political process over the next two years.
'Everybody agrees that new ideas and solutions are needed. ODI research shows that one effective solution would be to increase legal pathways for refugees and migrants as this is the only way to ensure orderly and well-managed migration.'
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