A project of the Network for Migration Matters in honour of the United Nations’ 75th Anniversary
Harry S. Truman
33rd President of
the United States
Quotes selected by Imogen Mellor
What is UN75 all about?
Check out our blog posts on the UN System
Every couple of days we will publish articles written by experts. These articles will cover the topics of: the UN's history, climate displacement, the UN Restitution Mandate and Returnees, the UNODC and Human Trafficking, Soft Law and Quasi Judicial Mechanisms, and the Global Compact on Refugees.
Check out our Webinar
On 10 December 2020 NMM hosted the webinar:
We spoke with
Roland Schilling (Representative of UNHCR's Regional Representation for Central Europe)
Andreas Wissner (UNHCR’s Representative to the European Institutions in Strasbourg)
about their past and present experiences at UNHCR, as well as their views on the future.
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This section was made with the help of Chiara Maria Natta and Gillian Kane
The United Nations Timeline
On Migration and Forced Migration Matters
United Nations' COVID-19 Resources
related to migration and forced migration
We compiled a list of UN COVID-19 related resources that concern:
Migration and Forced Migration in General
Trafficking of Human Beings
We believe these resources provide the opportunity to
explore and carefully study practices related to migration and forced migration that were implemented during COVID-19. They also provide the possibility for one to reconsider old practices and reflect on new priorities for projects concerning migration.
HAVE YOUR SAY
START and JOIN THE CONVERSATION
Do you think migration is just a topic of the past and present?
Do you think migrants rights are being respected?
What do you think the UN needs to continue to do or needs to improve on, in order to be better prepared to deal with migration and forced migration now and in the future?
Do you have any solutions/ideas?
Click on the button below to let us hear your voice.
We will proceed to collect everyone's views and opinions to then send them to the United Nations. In January, we will publish an article that summarises the information we have received from all of you!