World leaders must step up efforts to conclude robust and principled deal for refugees and migrants
The UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants to be held on 19th September, has been called to tackle one of the greatest global challenges of our age: to protect and assist millions of people on the move in search of safety and dignity. The Summit could deliver vital changes for the millions of people and societies who need them. However Amnesty International and CSO partners are deeply concerned that leaders are not showing the political will required to ensure this historical opportunity results in lasting and effective solutions.
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