Experts say the right to asylum is ‘disappearing’ as wealthy nations enact restrictions aimed at keeping people out The following is an excerpt from an article published by Al Jazeera featuring WRMC’s Allan Rock on the lack of political will to revive the broken global asylum system. Last May, the United Nations unveiled a “sobering” milestonethat […]
When the North American leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States meet on January 10, the thorny issue of migration will undoubtedly be a hot topic of discussion. Let’s hope they go beyond discussing ways to strengthen border security, say Lloyd Axworthy, Mayu Brizuela de Avila and Elizabeth Ferris.
Join the Canadian Women’s Foundation and the World Refugee & Migration Council for this event, Solidarity with Afghan Women: A Policy Perspective
This report from the North and Central American Task Force on Migration outlines concrete recommendations for a comprehensive regional approach and governance architecture to address migration. The issues are simply too complex to be dealt with by any one country acting along.
This report advocates to improve the prospects of access to sustainable livelihood for refugees by emphasizing the role of the international community to help to create demand for refugee labor in Turkey in a manner that benefits the host community as well.