resettlement

From file: Migrants and refugees arrive on a dinghy on the coast of Skala Sikamias, on the island of Lesvos, Greece, 13 November 2019 | Photo: EPA/DIMITRIS TOSIDIS
Syrian refugees in front of makeshift tents at Al Faydah refugee camps, near Zahleh in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon on March 12, 2020 | Photo: Nabil Mounzerepa/EPA
EU commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson speaks during her visit to the Obrenovac migrant reception center in Obrenovac, Serbia | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
In 2022 and 2023, Switzerland will accept up to 1,600 refugees on its territory |Creative Commons
From file: Migrants in Lipa camp in Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on February 18, 2021 | Photo: EPA/Fehim Demir
Syrian refugees from Beirut arrive at Rome airport on June 27, 2019 | Photo: ANSA/ TELENEWS
An archive picture of a flight from Greece shared by the German Interior Ministry with the news that 42 more refugees landed in Germany on Wednesday, February 3 | Photo: BPol (German Interior Ministry) Press office
From file: Refugees and migrants disembark from the Blue Star Chios ferry at the port of Lavrio, Greece, September 20, 2020 | Photo: EPA/YANNIS KOLESIDIS
Britain says it will now focus on resettling unaccompanied child refugees from conflict zones rather than the EU if they don't have relatives in the UK | Photo: Reuters / Orestis Panagiotou
A Congolese family heads to a new life in France, Cape Town International Airport, South Africa, March 2017 | Photo: James Oatway / UNHCR
Resettlement programs focus on the most vulnerable individuals | Photo: REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
Refugees from Central African Republic arrive in France | EPA/UWE ZUCCHI
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