resettlement

Some of the Syrians who have received subsidiary protection in Germany| Photo: picture-alliance /dpa / H. Schmidt
Kids in front of a tent in Lesbos | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/P.Balaskas
Ylva Johansson, EU Commissioner for Home Affairs | Photo: Imago Images/ZUMA Wire/F.Sierakowski
Filippo Grandi is the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees | Photo: EPA/Salvatore Di Nolfi
Children walk over a bridge in Moria camp | Photo: Getty Images
Asylum seekers waiting at Lesbos harbor | Photo: Picture-alliance/AA/A.Mehmet
The IOM and UNHCR run various facilities, including resettlement programs, for migrants across Niger | Photo: picture-alliance/KEYSTONE/A. Anex
Refugee children on the island of Chios, Greece | Photo: Getty Images/L.Gouliamaki
Young children sit on the ground near Edirne in Turkey | Photo: Picture-alliance/PIXSELL/A. Durgut
A Nigerian refugee kisses her child at a transit camp in Geidam, Yobe, Nigeria | Photo: EPA/STR
The most vulnerable refugees are prioritized for resettlement, such as those forcibly displaced in Idlib, Syria, 5 January 2020 | Photo: Picture-alliance/AA/M. Abdullah
An aerial view of the world's largest refugee camp - Dadaab in Kenya | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/IOM/UNHCR/MoMA/B.Bannon