Cities and Urbanization

Afghan mayors and refugees are in danger. The world's cities mustn't fail them

Afghan refugees arrive in Dulles, Virginia. Image: Reuters/Evelyn Hockstein

Vittoria Zanuso

Executive Director, Mayors Migration Council

Naseer Ahmad Lilizai

Honorary Mayor, Global Parliament of Mayors

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