Alex Aleinikoff on “Displaced” Podcast

Around 1.2 million refugees need resettling globally, but states have committed to resettling only one-tenth of that number. Alex Aleinikoff sat down with the International Rescue Committee on Displaced, a new weekly podcast from the IRC and Vox Media, to discuss one of the most promising solutions to the refugee crisis- freedom of movement.

Or listen here on Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/displaced/id1368638855?mt=2

 

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