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What Malaysia has to gain from migration reform

By Rachael Buckland, an intern with the Migration and Border Policy Project, and Jiyoung Song, Director of the Migration and Border Policy Project. Asia is home to the most refugees and displaced people of any region, including the world's largest-known stateless group, Myanmar's Rohingya. Although Malaysia is not a party to the 1951 Refugee Convention, in 2015 the country was host to 246,270 'people of concern'.
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