Migration

From a refugee camp to Davos: one Co-Chair’s story

“It’s high time that refugees are seen as partners in development efforts, rather than a burden to society." Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Kate Whiting

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Refugees from South Sudan gather at Kakuma’s registration centre Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
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Refugees gain access to water at a well at the Kakuma refugee camp in 2015 Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

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