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An Interview with Professor Michel Veuthey

06/09/2020. Human trafficking, as a contemporary form of slavery, is a collection of massive - and often ignored - violations of fundamental human rights.

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How COVID-19 impacts migrant

05/01/2020. The unprecedented crisis that COVID-19 is likely to have an effect on the routes and characteristics of both regular and irregular migration.

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What is the role of philanthropy in Covid times?

05/25/2020. Private generosity is on the rise. But while it can inspire state actors, it cannot replace them.

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The Pandemic Will Accelerate History Rather Than Reshape It

04/07/2020. We are going through what by every measure is a great crisis, so it is natural to assume that it will prove to be a turning point in modern history.

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The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order

04/03/2020. The U.S. must protect its citizens from disease while starting the urgent work of planning for a new epoch.

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Humanitarian Crises

03/19/2020. The increasing spread of COVID-19 has dominated global attention. Governments and media are focusing attention on the domestic impacts of the virus and the medical and political responses.

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Haiti marks 10 year anniversary of earthquake amid worsening food insecurity

01/09/2020. Malteser International currently runs community gardens and livestock programs that directly address Haiti’s food crisis.

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability:

04/02/2020. António Guterres said during his main annual press conference at UN Headquarters

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Private sector pledges US$250 million in refugee assistance

12/16/2019. The growing role of the private sector in mobilizing vital resources to support millions of refugees worldwide went on show at the Global Refugee Forum in Geneva,

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The UN is in financial distress

01/02.2020. The United Nations (UN) is running out of money, compounded by the fact that the U.S. — its biggest contributor — still hasn’t paid all of what it owes for 2019.

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