Blog Post

How to manage the human consequences of Syria’s chaos

April 26, 2016, Elizabeth Ferris and Kemal Kirişci

Half of Syria’s population is now either an internally displaced person (IDP) or a refugee, and the international community is still struggling to respond to the humanitarian catastrophe. Elizabeth Ferris and Kemal Kirisci propose a New Global Approach for Syria in a new book—the approach would bring together the governments of refugee-hosting countries, the U.N. and other intergovernmental agencies, regional bodies, international nongovernmental organizations, local civil society actors, and donor governments to consider and adopt a new system of burden sharing. 

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