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UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has called on the global community to affirm the right and necessity of migration on International Migrants Day.
'Immigration' is set to be one of the most-used words in the run-up to the General Election -- at least if UKIP, large sections of the media and much of the current government has its way.
A group of MPs and religious leaders will sail past the Houses of Parliament today, stopping at the Commons Terrace, to mark UN International Migrants Day.
Italy must overhaul policies which contribute to the exploitation of migrant labourers, violating their right to work and access to justice, Amnesty has said.
The Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants has called on the EU to change policies that criminalise migrants and their supporters.
On 4 December 2000, the UN General Assembly, taking into account the large and increasing number of migrants in the world, proclaimed 18 December as International Migrants Day.
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