A Nepali migrant worker practicing medicine in the Maldives | Photo: NATALIE OREN / IOM (ANSAmed)
Alok after her new shelter was complete in South Sudan | Photo: IOM/Daro Charles
Archive: A handout photo made available by the Hellenic Coast Guard showing 27 migrants, rescued by a greek tanker, disembark from a vessel of Hellenic Coast Guard in the port of Kardamena, Kos Island, Dodecanese, Greece, 10 August 2022 | Photo: EPA/HELLENIC COAST GUARD
Egypt used to be regarded as a transit country for migrants but in recent years, more and more Egyptian nationals have also decided to leave their home country | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Photoshot/P. Chaoyue
Migrants, who were allegedly pushed back from the Greece side, arrive at the Ayvalik district in Balikesir, Turkey, 10 April 2021 | Photo: EPA / ERDEM SAHIN
Women and children displaced by fighting between rebel soldiers and government troops wait in line to collect their food rations in Mingkaman, South Sudan | Photo: EPA/Kaste Holt/UNICEF
There is no coordinated search and rescue operation for migrants in the Mediterranean | Photo: DW/Y.Gostoli
A UN report said that there were around 50 million people in 'modern slavery' in 2021  | Photo: Panthermedia/Imago Images
UNHCR envoy Vincent Cochetel said his remarks reflected his frustration at smugglers enjoying impunity | Photo: UNHCR / S. Hopper
A group discussion with community leaders and representatives of migrant populations of Caritas Casablanca in the offices of IOM Morocco | Photo: IOM Morocco
From file: Members of the Libyan police force stand guard over some of the 70 migrants captured while awaiting departure for Europe, in Tripoli, Libya | Photo: EPA / STR.
From file: South Asians make up a large proportion of migrants currently in Bosnia and Herzegovina | Photo: Samir Jordamovic / Anadolu Agency