Summary of Selections from the Forced Migration Review 70th Issue (4) – Social Cohesion in Refugee-Hosting Contexts

In September 2022, the Forced Migration Review published their 70th issue with a special focus on social cohesion in refugee-hosting contexts. This research summary provides the following executive summaries of: "From Coexistence to Cohesion in Refugee-Host Relations," "Evolution of the Stability Sector in Lebanon: The Role of Civil Society," and "Measuring Social Cohesion: Lessons from Kakuma Camp."

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