The current humanitarian challenge for Rohingya people can be managed with leadership, strategic planning, creative diplomacy, advocacy and a degree of political good luck, but luck alone is insufficient. There are solutions the Rohingya deserve, and they demand urgent consideration.
There is a lot of uncertainty about whether and how the COVID-19 pandemic will restructure human mobility globally. In light of calls to ‘health-proof’ migration systems, how can the United Nations Network on Migration limit some of the potential pitfalls of efforts to innovate? By helping States to uphold their human rights obligations.