Refugees, Racism and Xenophobia: What Works to Reduce Discrimination?

As UN Member States negotiate the final terms of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, where should future “evidence-based” interventions be focused to most effectively eliminate discrimination against refugees and migrants, protect their rights, and positively shape public discourse.

The Mental Health of Migrants: Who’s Responsible?

Among the concerns regarding migrants’ access to primary healthcare, less attention has been given to their mental healthcare needs. States’ responsibility to provide mental healthcare to migrants — and to remove barriers to healthcare in general — must be at the centre of migration policy reform.