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This report analyses the main themes arising from the presentations and discussions at ‘The Arab Spring and Beyond: Human Mobility, Forced Migration and Institutional Responses’ workshop organised by the International Migration Institute (IMI), Refugee Studies Centre (RSC), and Oxford Diasporas Programme on 20 March 2012

IMI's Ayla Bonfiglio has written this workshop report which looks at the diversity of migration patterns resulting from, interacting with, and linked to the revolutions and crises associated with the Arab Spring; the differentiation of migrants, forced migrants, and migration experiences; the strategies undertaken by migrant and refugee institutions to fulfill their distinct mandates in the context of such diversity and differentiation; and the positioning of new North African authorities within the migration protection and management space.

Read the full report