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[caption id="attachment_58724" align="alignleft" width="190"] MD 2023/4[/caption] Media Development 2023-4 Migrant Rights Are Human Rights Communication with, from, and by migrants and refugees is fundamental to their wellbeing and to strengthening their sense of self-worth and dignity. How can media and communication become vehicles to help migrants exercise their...

Media coverage of migration and migrants has been subjected to intense scrutiny by human rights activists, who see that news reporting has ranged from fair and balanced to biased and prejudiced, inciting a gamut of responses locally and nationally. Blatantly negative reporting has increased anxiety and...

In 2020, there were about 281 million international migrants in the world, according to a recent report.1 That figure equates to 3.6% of the global population. Displaced persons accounted for 89.4 million (including refugees, asylum seekers, displaced Venezuelans, and internally displaced people). Some countries host greater...

Juan Patricio Gavilán Since the 1960s, the indigenous people of West Papua have endured a repressive colonial occupation by Indonesia, heavily militarised and extractivist, it has been called “Indonesia’s Palestine” and a “slow motion genocide”. Foreign journalists have been banned from the region and UN bodies,...