Humanity in Motion
Scenes from the Global Displacement Crisis
in this issue:
Foreword: Jordan’s Perspective
– Abdullah II ibn Al Hussein
The forgotten refugee crisis demands renewed global attention.
A Commitment to Integration
– Iván Duque Márquez, President of the Republic of Colombia
Colombia’s President embraces the challenges – and opportunities – of human displacement.
Mexico-U.S. Cooperation on Migration
– Senator Claudia Ruiz-Massieu, Mexico and U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar
A path forward in a new era.
Generations are Being Lost to Displacement. That Can – and Must – Change.
– Stephanie Bowen
A conversation with David Beasley and Henrietta Fore.
The Long Road from Afghanistan to Albania
– Hallam Ferguson
In the aftermath of a lost war, a lucky few who escaped reflect on what was left behind.
Behind the Numbers: Humans in the Warehouse
– John Thon Majok
The immense potential of refugees is wasted in the current system. How can success stories change the equation?
– Sarah B. Barnes and Dr. Ihlas Altinci, MD
A physician who fled Syria’s war builds a haven for other women and girls displaced by conflict.
Climate Migrants Can’t Wait for Global Frameworks
– Elizabeth Ferris
As climate change causes greater numbers of and more intense natural disasters, more people will be displaced from their homes, bringing urgent needs with them.
A Hot Dusty Crossroads
– Peter Schwartzstein
How waves of environment-related displacement are transforming rural – and urban – Iraq.