Worldwide, an estimated 60 million people have been displaced—a number unprecedented in human history. The war in Syria has been the primary driver of the recent increase, but conflicts in the larger Middle East, Africa, and Asia have all contributed to this global crisis. In a complicated tapestry of actors—NGOs, governments, international institutions—how can we ensure relief is delivered in an effective, responsible manner? How can we develop policies built on equity and opportunity, rather than fear? What opportunities exist to rethink the way we handle future refugee crises—or help us prevent crisis entirely?
FORMAT: PANEL DISCUSSION