Migration

Why we need a global understanding of migration

There are some 258 million global migrants, such as these Syrian refugees attending a class in Jordan. Image: REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed

Miroslav Lajčák

Special Representative of the European Union for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue, European Commission

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