There are an estimated 21 million refugees worldwide, according to the United Nations, over half of whom are children. This panel takes a clear-eyed view of the greatest refugee crisis since World War II.
- If the scale of the global refugee problem demands a comparable scale of response, what are the options?
- Should the United States and European nations do more, or simply administer the current level of aid more efficiently?
- The role of NGOs and nation-states: Are there ways to work better together?