Adapting to global human mobility after a refugee and migrant crisis

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Adapting to global human mobility after a refugee and migrant crisis

By Idriss Jazairy* – Euractiv.com

More people than ever are on the move globally. This raises the need for courageous European leadership and broad-based support from the media to depoliticise refugees and migrants and to free public opinion from irrational fear.

More people than ever are on the move under the centrifugal impulse of globalisation. Fifteen percent of the world’s population or one billion of the Earth’s seven billion people are considered as people on the move. Host developing countries or societies bear the brunt of those that flee from their homes.

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