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Defence of refugee law sets Aquarius on Mediterranean collision course

The NGO rescue ship Aquarius aims to prevent migrants being returned to Libya despite orders from the European Council not to interfere.

Jobs for refugees in transit: the new aid conditionality

Does the $500 million Jobs Compact for Ethiopia represent innovative finance for development or a risky gamble?

Stop pussyfooting on climate refugees

Why does no one challenge the UN High Commissioner for Refugees when he lifts the drawbridge of the 1951 Convention against intrusion by climate refugees?