OSCE Calls for Human Treatment of Migrants

The OSCE calls for countries to treat migrants ‘humanely’, as the EU struggles to cope with tens of thousands of people arriving in rickety boats
 

The Organisation for Security and Co-operation (OSCE) in Europe has called for countries to treat migrants ‘humanely’, as the EU struggles to cope with tens of thousands of people arriving in rickety boats.

Head of the OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, Michael Georg Link, points out that, "Ahead of World Refugee Day (20 June), we have to be aware of our responsibility to treat refugees and migrants humanely."

Link also states that states should continue to work to ensure that the human rights of all individuals - including refugees and other migrants - are respected within their countries, as well as to find ways to prevent discrimination against these vulnerable groups.

To read the article titled, “Aid organisation calls for 'humane treatment' of migrants ahead of World Refugee Day,” click here.

Source: 
Times Live

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