Migrants and refugees often face bleak job prospects in Australia. Sydney-based accelerator programme Catalaysr wants to coach migrant-run startups to create employment and deliver solutions the world needs.
Non-profit organisations are connecting small lenders and those in need of cash, believing that giving refugees the legal right to earn a living not only cuts the costs of caring for them but also benefits those among whom they live.
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Climate change could displace 1 billion people by 2050. Amnesty International's secretary general-designate Kumi Naidoo examines what on-going discussions on the Global Compact on Refugees could mean for refugees.
In 2017, Asia and the Pacific will be home to 62 million international migrants. UNESCAP executive secretary and UN Under-Secretary-General Shamshad Akhtar explains why this is an opportunity to shape a better future for the region