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(Part 1) Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants: Critical Challenges
18 May 2016 -  More than half of the world’s refugees and displaced live in urban areas, often in fragile cities with high levels of inequality. If unplanned, migration and forced displacement can accelerate growth of informal settlements and exacerbate existing inequalities, social tensions, risks, and lack of access to basic services and infrastructure. At the same time, examples of cities from across the global demonstrate the opportunities cities offer for a dignified life, how migrants and refugees are key to economic growth and how they can be integrated socially and spatially.
An event in preparation for the High Level Summit on Refugees and Migrants planned for 19 September 2016.

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