Further to my previous blog post about the upcoming high-level meetings in New York next week, here are additional thoughts on what the summits should aim to achieve:
Civil Society Crucial for a Successful Summit (Refugees Deeply, Sept. 2016) [text]
Different Conflict, Same Crisis (Oxfam, Sept. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]
*Glimmers of Hope (Kaldor Centre, Sept. 2016) [text]
The Global Summit on Refugees and Migrants: The Pesky Issue of Level of Ambition (Kaldor Centre, Sept. 2016) [text]
Let’s Not Wait Another Two Years to Act on the Refugee Crisis (IRIN, Sept. 2016) [text]
*Missing the Heart of the Problem: Why Ignoring Internal Displacement Undermines the Purpose of the UN Summit on Migrants and Refugees (Thomson Reuters Foundation, Sept. 2016) [text]
The New York Refugee Summits: What to Expect (IRIN, Sept. 2016) [text]
*One Humanity: Safety and Dignity for Migrants (IFRC, Sept. 2016) [text]
Provide Genuine Refuge to World’s Displaced (Human Rights Watch, Sept. 2016) [text]
*Reality Check: UN High-Level Meeting on Refugees and Migrants (MSF, Sept. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]
Refugee Summit Should Address Conflict Prevention (International Crisis Group, Sept. 2016) [text]
Respecting Rights and Securing Solutions (Human Rights First, Aug. 2016) [text]
U.N Refugee Summit: Abstract Discussions in the Face of a Deadly Crisis (Refugees Deeply, Sept. 2016) [text]
- Part 1 of 2-part op-ed. Part 2 is here.
The UN Refugee Summit: What Can Be Achieved? (Migration Policy Institute, Sept. 2016) [text]
*Will a Global Compact on Migration Lead to Lasting Change? (Open Society Foundations, Sept. 2016) [text]
Will a UN Summit on Migration Change Anything? (IntLawGrrls Blog, Sept. 2016) [text]
World Leaders Have 'Shirked, not Shared' Responsibility on Refugee Crisis (Amnesty International, Sept. 2016) [text]
In addition, the Center for Migration Studies is hosting a Shadow Summit on 20 September 2016 that will focus on "The US Response to Central American Refugees."
- News: September Refugee Summits (6 Sept. 2016)
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