70 Years on, the Refugee Convention Still Struggles to Gain Traction in the Asia-Pacific
By Emily Venturi
The Asia-Pacific region counts the smallest percentage of state parties to the 1951 Refugee Convention and the 1967 Protocol – only 20 out of 48.
Will Refugees Be Allowed to Work in New Malaysia?
By Saqib Sheikh
Over a year after the election of Pakatan Harapan, refugees in Malaysia have heard positive signals but seen little change.
A Real Durable Solution for Southeast Asia's Refugees
By Adam Saltsman
The conversation must be broadened if "durable solutions" have any chance of being truly durable.
Adrift in ASEAN: Tackling Southeast Asia's Migration Challenge
By Pei Palmgren
Addressing the problem will require some bold changes.