Tackling The Global Refugee Crisis: From Shirking To Sharing Responsibility

A new report by Amnesty International, “Tackling The Global Refugee Crisis: From Shirking To Sharing Responsibility,” reveals over 50% of the world’s refugees live in just 10 countries.

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Calling this an “inherently unsustainable” situation, the Amnesty International report seeks to enlist the support of nations with greater capacity for helping migrants without a home.

The 10 countries hosting the bulk of world’s refugees are Jordan, Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon, Iran, Ethiopia, Chad, Uganda, Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

They account for less than 2.5% of the world’s GDP.

You can download the full report here: Tackling The Global Refugee Crisis: From Shirking To Sharing Responsibility