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Our research and policy engagement challenges established thinking on how to manage global migration and protect people affected by displacement.

  1. ‘Every action counts’: why the humanitarian sector needs to fast-track inclusion

  2. Addressing the protection gap in Greece

  3. Diaspora finance for development: from remittances to investment

  4. Intersecting exclusions: displacement and gender-based violence among people with diverse sexualities and gender identities in Kenya

  5. American journeys

  6. Social protection provisions to refugees during the Covid-19 pandemic: lessons learned from government and humanitarian responses

  7. Futile hostility: the UK’s migration and asylum approach must change

  8. Beyond gratitude: lessons learned from migrants’ contribution to the Covid-19 response

  9. Stronger together: a new agenda for Africa and Europe in 2021

  10. A year on, migrants’ vital contributions to the Covid-19 response must drive lasting reforms

  11. With Myanmar’s military back in full control, Rohingya refugees need long-term solutions

  12. Six ways to strengthen evidence to protect children on the move

  13. Beyond American exceptionalism: a global agenda for the Biden-Harris administration

  14. World Food Programme cash assistance in Lebanon: social cohesion between Syrian refugees and host communities

  15. World Food Programme cash assistance in Lebanon: protection outcomes for Syrian refugees

  16. ‘What works’ to protect children on the move: five insights from across the globe

  17. Cash transfers to Syrian refugees in Lebanon: promoting social cohesion and protection?

  18. Rapid evidence assessment: what works to protect children on the move?

  19. Mayors Dialogue on Growth and Solidarity: city profiles

  20. The European Union Trust Fund for Africa: a glimpse of the future for EU development cooperation