Drivers and consequences of youth mixed migration

10 Avril 2018

United Nations Headquarters, New York

Boys returning to their home country, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, after being expelled from the Republic of the Congo. © UN Photo/Sylvain Liechti
Boys returning to their home country, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, after being expelled from the Republic of the Congo. © UN Photo/Sylvain Liechti

This side event of the 51st session of the Commission on Population and Development examines the drivers and consequences of migration flows. It places a special focus on mixed migration – meaning the mixed flows of different kinds of migrants, including economic migrants and refugees – and young migrants.

Findings will be presented from a recent four-country study conducted in Beirut, Cairo, Nairobi, and Tunis, which investigates the phenomenon of youth mixed migration, including its human rights implications.

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