International Migration and Multicultural Policies
The overall aim of UNESCO's programme on International Migration is to promote the respect for the human rights of migrants, and to contribute to peaceful integration of migrants in society.
"We recognize that migration continues to increase -- driven by the age-old pursuit of a better life, as well as by increasingly understood phenomena such as climate change. And so, we accept that we must take effective action without delay."
Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General, in his address to the Global Forum on Migration and Development, 10 July 2007.
Free Movement of Persons in the European Union and Economic Community of West African States
by Kristina Touzenis
This research analyses the legal framework in the European Union and the Economic Community of West African States relating to the free movement of persons, and on that basis examines how mobility is facilitated or hindered.
Where are we going? "Migration and Climate change": facing one of the world's greatest challenges
Edited by Étienne Piguet, Antoine Pécoud and Paul de Guchteneire