Cities of arrival: integrated urban and private sector responses to migrants and refugees.

Maci, Giulia / San Bilal / Anna Knoll / Eva Dick
External Publications (2018)

published on July 2018


Migration is a local reality. People may migrate voluntarily, but migration can also be an imperative necessity. Approximately 30 million people are currently considered refugees or internally displaced people, two-thirds of whom live in urban areas. Forced migration and refugee inflows into cities are taking place within the broader context of global urbanisation. And large camps such as Zaatari in Jordan and Dadaab in Kenya are increasingly considered as cities in their own right.

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Dick, Eva

Sociologist and Spatial Planner


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