Want to work on migration issues? Here's how

NRC Aid worker Olivia Kallis speaks to a group of Syrian refugees in an informal tented settlement in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. What does it take to build a successful career around global migration issues? Photo by: Sam Tarling / NRC / CC BY-ND

The global refugee crisis has thrust global migration issues to the forefront of the international development community, and those interested in working in this area can do so in a variety of ways, either through lifesaving, immediate humanitarian aid or long-term development assistance.

Aside from attempting to address the root issues that drive displacement, professionals and practitioners are also working around the clock to mobilize resources and funding to support refugees, protect them throughout their journeys toward asylum, and assist in their settlement and integration into their host communities.

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  • Liana Barcia

    Liana is a former Manila-based reporter at Devex focusing on education, development finance, and public-private partnerships.