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Human Trafficking & High Technology – Intervention by Prof. Michel Veuthey, Ambassador of the SMOM

Human Trafficking & High Technology - Intervention by Professor Michel Veuthey

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INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY by Michel Veuthey

18/12/2020. 20 years ago, the United Nations General Assembly established the 18th of December as "The International Migrants Day." Today safe migration and more generally, human mobility are more pressing issues than ever.

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The Rohingya remain desperate for help

30/08/2020. There are now about 1 million people living in five refugee camps of bamboo and plastic shelters over an area equivalent to about a third of Manhattan.

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How philanthropy benefits the super-rich

08/09/2020. There are more philanthropists than ever before. So how come inequality keeps rising?

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2019 global natural disaster assessment report

09/04/2020. This report systematically assessed the global natural disasters occurred in 2019 and over the last 30 years,

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Seven things you need to know about climate change and conflict

Article published on ICRC website on 07/09/2020 A new ICRC report, When rain turns to dust, explores how countries enduring conflict are disproportionately affected by climate change and climate variability.* Here are seven things you need to know: 1. Of…

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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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