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Global forced migration rates are the highest since World War II. This article presents an overview of migration and presents an original argument as to the imperatives for social work. First, global trends are presented and forced migration is conceptualised as an international phenomenon. Second, global responses are explored with a focus on legal and protection frameworks. Finally, existing policy, practice and research gaps related to human mobility and forced displacement are examined, and recommendations for social work policy, research and practice are presented. The contextual influence of the Covid-19 pandemic is considered in this article.
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Macgowan, Mark; Palattiyil, George; Sidhva, Dina; and Seraphia Derr, Amelia, "Global trends in forced migration: Policy, practice and research imperatives for social work" (2021). Coronavirus Research at FIU. 89.
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