What Do You Want to Know About the Global Refugee Crisis?

Editor’s Note: This article previously appeared in a different format as part of The Atlantic’s Notes section, retired in 2021.

This week, the European Union settled on a deal to handle the largest refugee crisis the continent has faced in the last century. There’s a big difference, though, between outlining a plan to accommodate 120,000 people fleeing their countries, and actually putting it into practice.

So far in covering this story, we’ve looked at economic elements, as well as the scale of the crisis and human voices involved.

What else would you like to know? What can The Atlantic dig into to help you understand the complexities at play?

Tell us here.

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Here’s what we’ve answered so far: Is the European Union doing anything to take in more refugees? What’s the U.S.’s role? Why aren’t we taking in more refugees? What’s the impact on employment in receiving countries?