News headlines for “Racism”

  1. Afghanistan: Reuniting families on the run should be priority, urges UNHCR

    - UN News

    The UN refugee agency, UNHCR, on Friday urged countries to step up reunification for Afghans whose families remain in the country or who are displaced across the region, as the humanitarian crisis in their homeland worsens. 

  2. Alert over spike in security operations against Libya migrants

    - UN News

    Migrants and asylum seekers in Libya have been facing increasingly heavy-handed treatment from targeted security operations, that have resulted in at least one death and a steep increase in detentions. 

  3. UNHCR recommends the end of refugee status for Ivorians by June

    - UN News

    Following an in-depth analysis of the situation in Côte d’Ivoire, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, recommended on Thursday that countries hosting Ivorians end their refugee status, and help them to voluntarily repatriate, obtain permanent residency or began the naturalization process to remain.

  4. UN rights chief calls for investigation into ‘heartbreaking’ killing of veteran Rohingya activist

    - UN News

    The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday called for a prompt, thorough, and effective investigation into the killing of a veteran Rohingya refugee activist at a refugee camp in Bangladesh.   

  5. Comprehensive support needed for Haitians facing expulsion in Americas

    - UN News

    Vulnerable Haitian men, women and children on the move in the Americas, should not be expelled from countries where they have found shelter, UN agencies said in a protection appeal on Thursday.

  6. UN launches initiative to support returnees trapped in Syria camps

    - UN News

    When the extremist militant group ISIL, or Da’esh, collapsed in Iraq and Syria, thousands of foreign nationals were hastily detained in prisons and camps. At least 42,000 foreign women and children, most under the age of 12, currently remain in squalid and overcrowded conditions inside camps in northeast Syria.  

  7. Families of missing migrants, forced to search alone

    - UN News

    Urgent support is needed for tens of thousands of missing migrant families who are often forced to rely on smugglers and other informal networks, to trace loved ones, the International Organization for Migration's (IOM) said on Wednesday.

  8. For 55 million displaced, status quo ‘not an option’

    - UN News

    Nationally-owned solutions must be found for more than 55 million people displaced within their own countries, according to a new report presented to the UN Secretary-General by the High-Level Panel on Internal Displacement, released on Wednesday.

  9. Yemeni humanitarian organization wins Nansen Refugee Award

    - UN News

    The Jeel Albena Association for Humanitarian Development, a Yemeni humanitarian organization that has supported tens of thousands of people caught up in the country’s conflict, is the winner of the 2021 UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award. 

  10. Deadly ‘invisible shipwrecks’ plague migrants bound for Canary Islands

    - UN News

    A sharp increase in the deaths and disappearances of migrants at sea heading to Spain’s Canary Islands, along the West African coast, is a cause for “extreme concern” the UN’s migration agency, IOM, said on Friday.

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