With public and private sectors at odds, traffickers win

With public and private sectors at odds, traffickers win

‘Let’s work together to protect its victims’

The world’s workforce has never been more mobile—from the gardener in California to the banker in Singapore. Whether it’s the dishwasher in Rome or the designer in London, we recognize human ambition is on the move, everyone—skilled or unskilled, with work permits or without—is seeking an identical goal: how to deploy their talents in those markets that reward them best.

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With public and private sectors at odds, traffickers win

‘Let’s work together to protect its victims’

The world’s workforce has never been more mobile—from the gardener in California to the banker in Singapore. Whether it’s the dishwasher in Rome or the designer in London,Read More...

France pack firepower, Croatia are creative and industrious

The Final has the makings of a cracker

So this is what it all comes down to. You can be excused for thinking that the World Cup (which always means the football one, unless otherwise stated) final,Read More...

I had swum across the Bangla Channel

I was captivated by Bangladesh soon after arriving in the country, one sultry summer evening last year. It was my first visit; to help out with the SwimSafe schemes runRead More...

Towards a new global compact on migration

Antonio Guterres

Managing migration is one of the most profound challenges for international cooperation in our time. Migration powers economic growth, reduces inequalities and connects diverse societies. Yet it is also aRead More...

Why We Must Intervene to End the Suffering of Rohingyas

William Lacy Swing

In late August, I was alerted by our Chief of Mission in Dhaka to a new exodus of people fleeing Myanmar’s North Rakhine State and arriving in Bangladesh’s Cox’s BazarRead More...