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Katy Long

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Katy Long

Katy Long is a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University and also teaches at the School of Advanced Study at the University of London. She is a researcher and a writer whose works explores the causes and consequences of migration for migrants, citizens, and communities.

Since completing her Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge in 2009, Dr. Long has held faculty positions at the University of Oxford, the London School of Economics, and the University of Edinburgh.

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Reports
October 2016

With the rapid increase in the number of refugees and displaced persons worldwide, this report examines the role that legal labor and study mobility might play in connecting refugees with better opportunities, and how such mobility could work in concrete terms and as a complement to the traditional protection system.

Reports
May 2015
There has been growing international recognition that continued movement and migration often play an important role in shaping refugees' lives after their initial flight. This report considers the extent to which labor migration is being used—or could be used in the future—to strengthen the international refugee protection regime and facilitate durable solutions for more refugees, many of whom have been displaced for many years.