Reem Talhouk, Ana Bustamante, Konstantin Aal, Anne Weibert, Koula Charitonos, Vasillis Vlachokyriakos
Throughout history, conflict and natural disasters have led to the forced displacement of people and communities both within countries and across borders. Due to the current rise in conflicts, refugee issues have headlined political debates and social media as 65.6 million people have been forced away from their homes. The large movement of asylum seekers and refugees across continents has made it a crisis that spans both the so-called developing and developed worlds. In line with the longstanding history of innovation and technology within the humanitarian sector, the high penetration of smartphones among refugees  has led to a…
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