Executive Director, Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF). Non-Resident Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy Studies, Brookings Institution. Associate Fellow, Chatham House. Research Associate, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. Non-Resident Fellow, Lowy Institute, Sydney. Extraordinary Professor in Conflict, Peace and Security, Faculty of Humanities and Sciences, University of Maastricht. Chair, Global Agenda Council on Migration, World Economic Forum. Editor, Journal of Refugee Studies.
En un contexto cada vez más tenso, debemos insistir en los beneficios comerciales de la migración sin miedo ni sesgo.
A warts-and-all overview of refugee flows, what they mean for countries and how the current international system has failed.
Four reasons we all benefit from well managed migration.
Si 2015 fue el año de la crisis para los refugiados y 2016 el año de las contradicciones, entonces 2017 debe ser el año de las certezas. Los refugiados necesitan tener garantizado su dere...
Fewer new arrivals but more deaths, negative rhetoric but positive action – how has Europe's refugee crisis evolved since this time last year?
From ordinary Canadians supporting refugees to companies like LinkedIn helping with recruitment, we need more public-private partnerships on migration.
Además de las repercusiones en la economía y el desarrollo, los migrantes también generan la diversidad en la que prosperan las sociedades multiculturales, las ciudades globales y la cult...
The evidence is clear: migrants employ more people than they put out of work, pay more into the welfare system than they take out, and create new markets for industry.
As the current migration and refugee crisis has unfolded, one question has frequently been asked: why don’t refugees just stay in Turkey or Greece?
Jan O Karlsson, the former Swedish minister for Migration and Development, passed away this week.
Lord Michael Hastings and Dr Khalid Koser on how can we work towards a more informed debate and policy response to immigration.
The proportion of foreigners entering the country is likely to actually increase, as more Brits opt to stay abroad or leave, argues Khalid Koser.
Khalid Koser and Ratna Omidvar say that Europe's confidence in its ability to manage migration has been shaken, and this has affected leaders' ability to resolve the issue.
One topic dominated discussions in Davos: the refugee crisis. What did leaders have to say?
The potential benefits of migration far outweigh the risks.