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​Hell on high waters ft. Peter Sutherland, UN migration & devt special rep

From the Mediterranean to Southeast Asia, hundreds of thousands of migrants are risking dangerous waters to escape war, persecution and economic hardship. Though developed nations have opened their doors to some, the figures are a mere drop in the ocean compared to the millions in need. What can be done to convince the world’s more fortunate nations to accept substantially more refugees, and can the causes of migration be addressed before people get into deep water in the first place? Oksana is joined by Peter Sutherland, UN special representative on international migration and development, to explore these issues.



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