In 2015, an average of 24 people became refugees, asylum seekers or internally displaced every minute. Together, these 65.3 million global forcibly displaced people is greater than the population of the United Kingdom – or of Canada, Australia and New Zealand combined.
In the July 2015 issue of Geographical, we explored the growing refugee crisis around the world – people forced to move, but with nowhere to go.
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