In 2017, middle-income countries are facing even stronger headwinds. They house the majority of the world’s 21m refugees and are struggling with depressed global markets and lower remittances. In this context, donors and governments must rethink how they respond to global displacement. Instead of focusing on providing refugees with short-term handouts, they must expand employment opportunities both for those fleeing their homes and for the communities that host them. Read more
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