Summary of The Impact of Government-Sponsored Refugee Resettlement: A Meta Study of Findings from Six Countries

This UNHCR-commissioned report examines findings from a meta-study of integration outcomes and resulting impacts on receiving societies of government-led refugee resettlement in Australia, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, Sweden, and the United States (US). The study explores how specific program and contextual characteristics have both ‘enabled and constrained high-quality research that can inform improved policy responses and practices’.

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