In addition to its longer-term research, the Kaldor Centre also produces reports that respond to current debates.

Kaldor Centre Conference 2018: Insights Report

Nationalism and globalisation are twin pressures on foreign policy and refugee policy today. What does this mean for people seeking protection, and for the international legal regime that for decades has governed refugee movements, providing solutions for many displaced people? As millions more refugees face an uncertain future, the Kaldor Centre Conference drew together leading thinkers to discuss protection in a changing world. This report highlights their insights and the opportunities ahead for policymakers and other stakeholders.

Kaldor Centre Conference 2017: Insights report

The 2017 Kaldor Centre Conference drew together key global, regional and Australian thinkers to discuss the two Compacts, raising critical issues and the potential in each agreement, and discussing Australia’s role in the Compacts.

A Fragile Refuge: A Socioeconomic Assessment of Syrian Refugees in Egypt

UNHCR, A Fragile Refuge: A Socioeconomic Assessment of Syrian Refugees in Egypt (Principally authored by Frances Voon, Executive Manager, Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law)

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The Kaldor Centre plays a vital role in developing legal, sustainable and humane solutions for displaced people around the world.