Increasingly populist leaders portray migrants as a burden at best or at worst as a threat.
At the UN Summit on 19 September, I had the privilege to speak on ‘International Action and Cooperation: The Way Ahead’.
Day after day, I continue to be struck by the dignity and positivity of people, and their ability to cope, in what is often the direst of circumstances – most recently in Libya, Yemen, Iraq and Nigeria.
Chissey Mueller, Migrant Assistance and Protection Officer with IOM, the UN Migration Agency in Yemen, talks
to us about child protection in Yemen in a Q&A.
Collaboration between agencies on sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) prevention and response is a necessary part of the fight to eradicate this scourge from all of our operations.