Action to ensure humanitarian access for and to migrants
Action to assist migrants in return
Migration policy brief
Migration in EuropeProvides an overview of migration issues in Europe, including migration trends, EU policies, the work of the IFRC around migration in Europe, tackling xenophobia and stigmiatisation, as well as a special focus around the migration flows on the Island of Lampedusa (Italy) and the IFRC programme of Youth as Agents of Behavioural Change (YABC).
Health Inequities, Migration and AccessProvides an overview of current issues around migrants' access to health services and initiatives to address them.
Global perspectives: Examples of current National Society InitiativesProvides an overview of current regional, national and local initiatives from National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around migration issues.
"Looking at Life from a different side": How the Red Cross and Red Crescent is changing the dialogue on migrationUnderlines issues around xenophobia, stigmatisation of migrants and why social iclusion is so important. It also provides an overview of RCRC National Societies activities to change the dialogue on migration.
Migrants Smuggled at sea. Ensuring their dignity and safety: an IFRC perspectiveProvides an overview of the IFRC's position and approach to ensuring the dignity and safety of migrants being smuggled at sea. Examples of National Societies' activities on behalf of migrants smuggled at sea are also highlighted.
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