Karen Jacobsen discusses refugees in urban settings at the Friedman Seminar
The humanitarian community uses approaches and tools to support refugees that were designed to be delivered in camp and rural settings. However, today more than half of the world’s refugees come into urban settings. At the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy Seminar, Karen Jacobsen discusses why these approaches cannot be simply transferred into urban settings, but instead we need new approaches.
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