Migration

Why cities hold the key to safe, orderly migration

Toronto, Barcelona and New York have offered themselves up as sanctuary cities. Many others must follow suit. Image: Reuters/Mark Blinch

Harald Bauder
Professor of Geography and the Director of the Graduate Program in Immigration and Settlement Studies, Ryerson University, Toronto
Loren Landau
South African Research Chair for Mobility & the Politics of Difference, African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
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Middle Eastern refugees beg border police to allow passage into Macedonia, 2015.
Middle Eastern refugees beg border police to allow passage into Macedonia, 2015. Image: Reuters/Yannis Behrakis
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