Phi Hong Su
What does it take to welcome evacuees as they rebuild their lives? Phi Hong Su reflects on how governance, labour markets, and ethnic communities can ease new arrivalsโ resettlement in the United States โand how gaps in these contexts of reception worsen precarity Read more
Western countries repeatedly point to resettlement โ the organised transfer of refugees to a safe third country โ as a solution to persistent humanitarian crises. Yet, Philipp Lutz and Lea Portmann show how such resettlement can, paradoxically, be a way for states to legitimise limiting access to humanitarian protection Read more
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