The World Refugee & Migration Council’s Rosemary McCarney and Jonathan Kent make the case for global governance of forced displacement caused by climate change.
There is a seismic political fault line running from the Baltic to the Indian Ocean, writes Prince El Hassan bin Talal The following is an excerpt from an article published by WRMC Honorary Chair Prince El Hassan bin Talal in The Friday Times. More people are on the move than at any time since the […]
One of the first of its kind, this multi-stakeholder event brought together representatives from the private sector and civil society as well as researchers and former political leaders to explore the challenges and opportunities in the use of technology and its potential to transform the global refugee system.
The authors propose a model for enhanced governance of the regime that could contribute to improved protection and solutions for refugees and to more predictability for states and the international system.
While the humanitarian response in emergency situations is more effective than a decade ago, overall governance — the set of norms, institutions and processes necessary to address internal displacement — remains weak.