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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. Migration as opportunity: innovation, policies and practice

  2. Urbanisation and human mobility: fact sheets

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

  4. It can’t be done alone: why coordination is vital in responding to education crises

  5. Rabia Nasimi: the impact of Covid-19 on refugees

  6. The UK’s Covid-19 response can become a defining moment for changing our approach to refugees

  7. Exploring the impacts of Covid-19 on adolescents in Jordan’s refugee camps and host communities

  8. Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants: Sweden country profile

  9. Less gratitude, please. How Covid-19 reveals the need for migration reform

  10. Achieving durable solutions by including displacement-affected communities in peacebuilding

  11. ODI Comment on UK Immigration Bill

  12. Strengthening coordinated education planning and response in crises: global analysis framework

  13. Moving forward on gender, livelihoods and financing: submission to UN High-Level Panel on internal displacement

  14. Infographics: human mobility in cities

  15. Infographic: human mobility in Lagos, Tunis and Nairobi

  16. Infographic: 53% of African migrants live in Africa

  17. Infographic: human mobility has a strong urban dimension

  18. ‘How will my life be?’: psychosocial well-being among Rohingya and Bangladeshi adolescents in Cox’s Bazar

  19. ‘I don’t have any aspiration because I couldn’t study’: exploring the educational barriers facing adolescents in Cox’s Bazar

  20. Age- and gender-based violence risks facing Rohingya and Bangladeshi adolescents in Cox’s Bazar