News on Migration

9 Avril 2018
News
Les besoins des femmes et des filles migrantes passent à travers les mailles du filet. Izdihar, une réfugiée syrienne en Jordanie.  © UNFPA Jordan/Sima Diab
NATIONS UNIES, New York – On estime que, dans le monde entier, un milliard de personnes sont des migrants, soit une personne sur sept. Alors que les décideurs s'efforcent de comprendre l'impact de ces déplacements sur... Read more
26 Février 2018
News
L’ambassadrice de bonne volonté de l’UNFPA rend visite à des réfugiées Rohingya dans un centre d’accueil pour femmes de Cox’s Bazar, au Bangladesh. Il y a six mois, les réfugiés ont commencé à massivement affluer au Bangladesh, pour fuir les violences de la Birmanie. © UNFPA/Lauren Anders Brown
A la mi-février, Ashley Judd, Ambassadrice de bonne volonté de l’UNFPA, écrivaine et actrice engagée dans l’humanitaire, s’est rendue à Cox’s Bazar au Bangladesh pour y rencontrer des réfugiés Rohingya ayant échappé aux... Read more
19 Septembre 2016
News
A ground-breaking declaration on the rights of migrants and refugees was adopted today at the United Nations General Assembly. © UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe
UNITED NATIONS, New York – Global leaders broke new ground today with a historic agreement that “rallies all partners around collective commitments to protect the human rights of all refugees and migrants,” said United... Read more
23 Mai 2016
News
UNITED NATIONS, New York – The world is currently facing its worst refugee crisis since the Second World War, due to conflicts, persecutions and natural disasters intensified by climate change. And tens of millions... Read more
16 Mars 2016
News
UNITED NATIONS, New York – “When there is armed conflict, it is often more dangerous to be a woman than a soldier,” said Susana Camarero Benitez, Spain’s Secretary of State for Equality and Social Services, during an... Read more
1 Mars 2016
News
TABANOVCE, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – On a bleak, cold day in late February, hundreds of refugees, bundled in winter coats and carrying bulging bags and baskets, stream into the Tebanovce transit centre... Read more
9 Juillet 2015
News
Refugees at a temporary shelter in Aceh, Indonesia. They are part of a group of migrants who spent months on a boat, adrift at sea. © UNFPA Indonesia/Sandra Siagian
KUALA CANGKOI, Indonesia – Montas spent the first months of her pregnancy at sea, crowded onto a boat with hundreds of other migrants. The passengers had set out to find a better life – perhaps in Malaysia or Australia... Read more
7 Avril 2014
News
NATIONS UNIES, New York – Il y a vingt ans, en 1994, la communauté internationale se réunissait au Caire, en Égypte, pour analyser l’évolution du monde et la manière dont les changements affectaient les personnes les... Read more
10 Janvier 2014
In the News
While China is relaxing its one-child policy, Ethiopia, one of the most heavily populated countries in Africa, is moving in the opposite direction. Recently, Bloomberg's Carole Zimmer received a fellowship grant to... Read more
26 Juin 2013
In the News
CAIRO — Two decades of modest advances in women’s health and reproductive rights in the Middle East and north Africa have come under threat by conservative religious forces, the UN’s organisation promoting family... Read more

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