Displacement and Migration – The Global and Regional Dimension
The arrival of large numbers of Syrian refugees in Europe finally brought the global refugee crisis to the attention of the Western public. And yet the global scale of these refugee flows and the inequalities in international burden-sharing in the hosting of refugees tend to go unnoticed. The same applies to the underlying causes, with indications that the Global North bears at least some measure of responsibility here. This is the starting point for the sef: projects, which also address another unresolved challenge – the often-neglected distinction between migration and displacement – and support efforts to build a fair global migration regime.
Flight and Migration as an Issue for German Länder's Development Policy
sef: Regional Workshop for Sustainable Development 2016
Distortions in migrant reporting – striving towards a realistic picture
sef: Roundtable Talk during the DW Global Media Forum 2016
The Valletta Dilemma. Why migration governance in Africa should take centre stage
Global Governance Spotlight 8|2015
The Global Refugee and Migration Compacts. Responsibilities and Policy Impact
Global Governance Spotlight 4|2018
The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration. Addressing unresolved issues, looking ahead
Global Governance Spotlight 3|2017
The UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants. Will it make a difference?
Global Governance Spotlight 5|2016