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A major challenge facing many countries around the world is how to sustainably address the issues of increased numbers of refugee migrants. The refugee migrant "issue" is often heavily political as a high density of migrants in local areas impacts communities (e.g., disrupting local employment, service and culture). Different migrants come with different "baggage" and needs which can be a significant draw on the hosting communities' resources. This paper argues that sustainable long-termdoi:10.3390/su8050451 fatcat:ivfje4zaznbwpchzyxvrmnskre