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Torek, 17. april 2018 - Strasbourg Pregledana izdaja

11. Napredek pri globalnih dogovorih OZN o varnih, urejenih in zakonitih migracijah in o beguncih (razprava)
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  Tanja Fajon (S&D ). – Mr President, in the last couple of years the world has witnessed an unprecedented volume of international migration. Both migrants and refugees leave their countries due to economic or social hardships, persecution, conflict, poverty or even climate change.

If we have learned anything over this time, it is that human mobility cannot be stopped or forcefully prevented, but it has to be managed globally. Therefore, the UN global compact is crucial. No country can face these phenomena alone. The EU has to speak with one voice and has to take a leading role, especially after the US has decided to leave the negotiations.

Managing migration requires major investment in comprehensive global development policy, especially in human rights, social inclusion, education, justice, health and employment, with a special focus on vulnerable groups and children. At the same time, we need to work in our countries on our perception of migration. The dangerous spread of misinformation and fake news poses a threat to our policies and provides fertile ground for xenophobia and racism.

Legal and safely managed migration can be beneficial and can be an engine for economic growth and innovation. And it will lead to fewer deaths, less abuse of irregular migrants by smugglers and less exploitation by employers. This is a process we can win if, as the EU, we work together as one.

Zadnja posodobitev: 27. julij 2018Pravno obvestilo