29 September 2016

News: Even More on UN Refugee Summits


A New Era in Refugee Protection and Migration Management? Looking Forward After UN Summit on Refugees and Migrants, Webinar, 30 September 2016 [info]
- "Join Migration Policy Institute experts for a discussion on the possible impacts of the summits and whether these efforts will gain enough momentum to respond capably to the complex threats that refugees and migrants are facing. Will these international efforts propel states towards an international strategy to deal with migration and its associated challenges, and create a framework for innovative solutions to issues arising in the management of migration? Or will the millions of individuals who are forced to flee because of conflict, violence, climate change, food insecurity, and other reasons be left with empty promises and a still-broken protection system?"


Comment: United Nations Refugee Summits Roundup (Refugees Deeply, Sept. 2016) [text]

*Empty Promises? Radical Policy Shift Needed on Refugees and Migrants (MSF Analysis, Sept. 2016) [text]

The Future of Refugee Resettlement: Will the September Summits Make Any Difference? (NCHS Blog, Sept. 2016) [text]

Global Refugee Summits Offer Reasons for Both Disappointment and Hope (MPI, Sept. 2016) [text]

The People Being Talked about at the UN Summit on Refugees and Migrants (MSF, Sept. 2016) [text]

The UN Summit’s Hidden Cost for Migrant Rights (IRIN, Sept. 2016) [text]


Related post:
- News: Refugee Summits' Round-up (26 Sept. 2016)

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