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The World Refugee Council’s 126-page report, released Thursday in front of the United Nations, offers 55 recommendations to change how countries handle refugees, including creating an independent Global Action Network for those forcibly displaced, developing a peer-review system which would put a spotlight on the countries not fulfilling their obligations and implementing financial incentives for refugee-hosting countries.

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