News headlines for “Immigration”, page 4

  1. "Only Our Youth Can Save the Planet" - Kumi Naidoo

    Wednesday, December 20, 2017

    SUVA, Fiji, Dec 20 (IPS) - "Today's youth should think of new solutions for old problems like climate change and social injustice."

    That's the strong message of the South African activist Kumi Naidoo. The former executive director of Greenpeace says young people need to be more innovative and visionary, "because the solutions of my generation have failed."

  2. To Be a Latin-American Migrant in Madrid

    Wednesday, December 20, 2017

    MADRID, Dec 20 (IPS) - If you are in Madrid and have some spare time, just go to an area which residents consider a "high class" neighbourhood situated in a district bordering Barrio de Salamanca, one of the richest areas in the Spanish capital.

  3. Perpetrators of Crimes against Humanity Must be Brought to Justice

    Wednesday, December 20, 2017

    GENEVA, Dec 20 (IPS) - On the occasion of the 2017 International Day of Human Solidarity observed on 20 December, the Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim calls for peace for and human solidarity with, the Rohingya minority in Myanmar.

  4. Our Right of Passage Should be Safe Migration, Not Leaky Boats

    Monday, December 18, 2017

    GENEVA, Dec 18 (IPS) - "I'm a migrant, but didn't have to risk my life on a leaky boat or pay traffickers. Safe migration cannot be limited to the global elite." Thus spoke United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres in September 2017.

  5. No Health Protection for Migrant-Women Healthcare Givers

    Monday, December 18, 2017

    ROME, Dec 18 (IPS) - While the media may be attracted by images of migrants drowning or sold as slaves, another flagrant but lesser-known drama is that of care workers, who are overwhelmingly women, often migrants, and who make a very large contribution to global public health, but are exposed to great health risks themselves with little or no protection, let alone basic labour rights.

  6. Why the Rohingya Can’t Yet Return to Myanmar

    Monday, December 18, 2017

    Dec 18 (IPS) - On Nov. 23, the governments of Myanmar and Bangladesh signed an agreement to return the Rohingya refugees — more than 600,000 people who escaped from Rakhine state in western Myanmar to Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh — after ethnic cleansing carried out by Myanmar's armed forces since August.

  7. Helping Nepal by Working Abroad

    Monday, December 18, 2017

    Dec 18 (IPS) - Only a few millimeters of corrugated metal keeps us apart from the advancing dusk.

  8. Rohingyas: Lurching from Crisis to Crisis

    Saturday, December 16, 2017

    COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh, Dec 16 (IPS) - Ferdous Begum was cleaning her child after he had defecated in the open, using leaves she collected from a nearby tree at Bangladesh's Teknaf Nature Park. The settlement is packed with Rohingya refugees who fled military persecution in Myanmar since August.

  9. Using Data to Combat Prejudice Against Immigrants

    Saturday, December 16, 2017

    BUENOS AIRES, Dec 16 (IPS) - What are the contributions of migrants to trade, to the economy of their countries of destination and origin? This is an angle that is generally ignored in the international debate on the subject, which usually focuses more on issues such as the incidence of foreigners in crime or unemployment.

  10. SLIDESHOW: Tales of the 21st Century - Rohingyas Without a State

    Thursday, December 14, 2017

    COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh, Dec 14 (IPS) - The world has witnessed innumerable images of the long walk to 'freedom' of Rohingya women, children and men. Some trudged for endless hours and days, many carrying elderly parents and babies in baskets, with the women suffering the unimaginable trauma having been victims of rape, torture and harassment.

Web feed for Immigration news headlines