In many parts of the world, politicians are increasingly scapegoating refugees and in the process denying them their human rights.
But there is one country that’s decided to treat refugees with basic human decency. Uganda doesn’t lock up its refugees. Instead, they live in settlements with freedom of movement, access to land and education.
What can the rest of the world learn from Uganda?
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Top photo: Refugees enter the reception center at the Imvepi Refugee camp after arriving by bus from the Kuluba transit camp on 23 June 2017 in Northern Uganda. Photo by UNMISS. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
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