Summary of OECD-UNHCR Study on Third-country Solutions for Refugees: Admissions for Family Reunification, Education, and Employment Purposes between 2010-2019

Between 2010-2019, 1.5 million people arrived in OECD countries and Brazil through family, work, and study permits. This study offers an indicative picture of (1) the type and magnitude of admission pathways used by specific refugee populations and (2) the data-collection challenges and gaps associated with complementary pathways for admission.

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