Developing a coherent strategy for and with refugees

Abstract

Following on from his August 2015 paper about the Calais situation, Ekklesia associate Vaughan Jones, URC minister and former CEO of a major NGO working with displaced people, addresses the refugee crisis by looking at the steps needed to bridge short-term and long-term requirements. His focus is on the gap between government response and the deeper causes of forced migration, the role secular and faith agencies can play, and a response rooted in the experience and expertise of refugees themselves.

CONTENTS

1. A humanitarian shift
2. A failure of leadership and vision
3. Current refugee policy and its weaknesses
4. The need for a coordinated strategy
5. Thinking long-term: faith, hope and clarity
6. Christian action and change from below
7. Eleven pillars for long-term action
8. Refugees are re-setting the agenda
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