Ministers should try to improve people's views of refugees and asylum seekers, a group of AMs has said.
The communities committee wants a publicity campaign like one in Scotland which encourages people to "have a cup of tea with a refugee".
Committee chairman John Griffiths said there was a misconception refugee get "better provision" than others.
A Welsh Government spokeswoman said it was committed to helping refugees "rebuild their lives".
The inquiry looked at how devolved services were working for refugees.
It said by the end of 2016, 397 Syrian refugees had come to Wales under the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme.
That is 12.81 per 100,000 people compared to 6.21 in England, 24.10 in Scotland and 19.41 in Northern Ireland.
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