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Expanding Solutions for Refugees: Complementary Pathways of Admission to Europe

This policy-focused paper offers an initial strategic assessment of the three complementary pathways examined in the ERN+ project, drawing out the common features of, and main distinctions between the three pathways studied.


Higher Education Scholarships for Refugees: A reference framework for expanding protection and solutions opportunities through complementary pathways of admission to Europe

This study focuses on higher education scholarships as a complementary pathway for the admission of refugees to the EU and other European countries for the purposes of study and to widen  potential solution options for refugees.

(ERN+ Scoping Paper) Student Scholarships for Refugees: Expanding complementary pathways of admission to Europe

Czech Republic, France, Germany

This paper is a preliminary exploration of the potential for student scholarship and study programmes in European Union Member States to offer a response to the need for increased opportunities for refugees to arrive safely in Europe.

Building Educational Pathways for Refugees: Mapping a Canadian Peer-to-peer Support Model - Guide

This guide presents the framework adopted by the World University Service of Canada (WUSC) to resettle and provide education opportunities to young refugees through Canada’s post-secondary network.

(ERN+ Scoping Paper) Private Sponsorship in Europe: Expanding complementary pathways for refugee resettlement

France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, UK

Private sponsorship initiatives, although not always labelled as such, have emerged in Europe since 2015 as a tangible engagement in refugee welcome and solidarity, in an effort to respond to deaths at sea and migrants taking increasingly dangerous routes to reach safety.

Global Refugee Sponsorship Initiative (GRSI) GUIDEBOOK

The Global Refugee Sponsorship Initiative (GRSI) is a joint initiative led by the Government of Canada; the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR); the Open Society Foundations; the Radcliffe Foundation; and the University of Ottawa.