Excellent discussion with Foreign Minister @HeikoMaas: as always when I visit Berlin I am heartened by the strength and quality of support UNHCR receives from the government, Bundestag and people of Germany. https://t.co/NtckcshsMI
Sexual harassment in the workplace continues to be an issue on which we must reflect and which we have to openly discuss and fight with new ideas and initiatives. The only possible outcome for us at UNHCR is eradication! https://t.co/leaZGsypoh
Grazie a @Tboeri per avermi invitato al @economicsfest e a @annalisacamilli e Francesca @mannocchia per una discussione seria, informata e pacata su come affrontare - oggi, e nel mondo - le sfide migratorie. https://t.co/vOGSVr110S
“The failure of Europe would be the failure of the rule of law”. @UN Secretary-General @antonioguterres upon receiving the 2019 Charlemagne Prize for European unity in Aachen, Germany. https://t.co/VxhMgqoNcf
A welcome visit by Dimitris @Avramopoulos, as always. Refugee protection is at risk in Europe. For the @EU_Commission and UNHCR to work together on principled and practical responses is more needed than ever. https://t.co/JggMdABtmq
If Europe is strong, Europeans will be able to deal with refugee and migration issues in a principled, practical and effective manner.
This is one of many important reasons to vote in the European elections. https://t.co/UNUFxoPlrj
After two days in Rakhine State, I look forward to discussing with the Myanmar government support for the displaced and other people in need, and steps to build the confidence that refugees require for their voluntary, safe return. https://t.co/8OnFnx9dwP
For many LGBTI refugees, discrimination and persecution do not end when they flee their country. For some of them, decrease in resettlement places therefore means denying them a safe future.