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Migration and Border Policy Links: Greek school protests, Hungary tightens the rules, FIFA sued and more

By Rachael Buckland, an intern with the Lowy Institute's Migration and Border Policy project Assistant High Commissioner for Protection UNHCR Geneva, Volker Türk, has defended the New York Declaration adopted by the UN General Assembly last month. FIFA is being sued by a migrant worker from Bangladesh, Nadim Shariful Alam who alleges the international football body exploited workers during the construction of 2022 World Cup facilities in Qatar.
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