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Karen Jacobsen and Charles Simpson edited special issue in FMR
Charles Simpson and Karen Jacobsen helped edit issue 63 in the Forced Migration Review.
Forced Migration Review issue 63 with a major feature on ‘Cities and towns’ is now online: www.fmreview.org/cities.
Cities and towns are on the frontline of receiving and welcoming people who have been displaced. In this issue of FMR, policymakers, practitioners, researchers, representatives of cities and international city-focused alliances, and displaced people themselves debate the challenges facing both the urban authorities and their partners, and the people who come to live there. As the Mayor of Bristol says in the Foreword, we hope this issue will “help cities live up to their potential and help make the world a safer, fairer and kinder place for those forced to move.”
You can access the full issue and individual articles at www.fmreview.org/cities. At this link you will also find:
· Editors’ briefing: providing headline analysis of the feature theme with links to the relevant articles (4-sided A4 booklet)
· Digest: providing a listing of all articles – title, authors, affiliations, introductory sentences and weblinks/QR codes (8-sided A5 booklet)
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request print copies for your organisation or for onward distribution or training. Please remember to send us your full postal address and how many copies of which product you require.
A special thanks to the following for their financial support for this issue: Cities of Refuge NWO VICI research project, Happold Foundation, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and Tufts University Refugees in Towns project.
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