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'Friends for life': how living with locals helped refugees feel at home in a new country

By Sophie Alkhaled, Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship, Lancaster University
Hans van Dijk, Associate professor, Tilburg University
Lena Knappert, Assistant Professor, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Quita Muis, PhD researcher, Sociology, Tilburg University
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The large-scale evacuations from Afghanistan mean Afghan refugees are expected to settle in Europe, the UK and the US in the coming years. Many European countries have struggled with welcoming and integrating refugees, and are in need of new ideas and systems to ease the process.

Resettlement creates challenging situations for both the refugees seeking a new life, and for the communities in which they are placed. While…The Conversation


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