Lives Under Siege in the Central African Republic
People in the Central African Republic’s (CAR) capital of Bangui do not get too attached to things.Enter
New York – Member State representatives, UN agencies, civil society, migrants and diaspora leaders are convening at UN Headquarters 24-25 July for the fourth thematic consultation...
136 Guineans Arrive at Conakry from Libya
IOM assists 136 Guinean migrants, including seven unaccompanied children, three women and one infant return home through a chartered a plane from Libya to Conakry-Gbessia International Airport.
If you walk around any city in West Africa, you will see children alone, without parents. Some are working, some are begging, some want to study and some are just lost.
“My mother was her own Ellis Island,” Luis Torres says about his mother, a Salvadoran immigrant, who fled the civil war and found refuge in California in the 1980s.
These trends point more than ever to the need for better international migration governance and cooperation: