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Forced Migration Review: Issue 51

Destination: Europe

Refugee Studies Centre


Friday, January 1, 2016

The mass movements of displaced people arriving in Europe are on a scale that has not been seen for decades.

The manifestations of what is being called a "migration crisis" are many and various. In this issue of Forced Migration Review, authors discuss some of the legal, practical and moral issues raised by the complex ramifications of the crisis.

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Forced Migration Review Issue 51 cover

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