Tag Archives: UNHCR

Long-Term Effects of the Syrian Refugee Crisis: The Emergence of an Invisible Generation

Criticism of Europe’s response to the refugee crisis has been centered on the lack of European solidarity and the unwillingness of states to accept an adequate number of asylum-seekers. But due to gaps in nationality laws and inadequate EU legal safeguards, there is another crisis following close behind that could cripple a generation to come.

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Breaking Into the International Humanitarian Field

If you’re interested in aiding the millions of innocent civilians who are bearing the brunt of humanitarian disasters around the world, it is going to take more than an IR degree to know exactly how to effectively empower these disadvantaged populations.

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