Summary of Safe Pathways for Refugees III: OECD-UNHCR study on pathways used by refugees linked to family reunification, study programmes and labour mobility between 2010 and 2021

The “Safe Pathways for Refugees” report series is a publication on complementary pathways data which allows for the more effective assessment of the impact of pathways programmes. The project began in 2018 and studies data collected from 37 OECD countries and Brazil between 2010 and 2021. This report includes updates for 2020-2021 numbers.

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