Déplacements forcés et COVID-19 : une crise qui touche les réfugiés et les communautés d’accueil dans les pays en développement

A foreign worker from Indonesia (L) sits inside a room with a glass window as an employer waits to see immigration officers at an airport carpark turned into an immigration depot in Sepang September 20, 2007. Malaysia was left red-faced after hundreds of newly arrived foreign workers were forced to take shelter at its biggest airport because their employers were too lazy to collect them. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA) - GM1DWESFEJAA

L’ampleur des déplacements forcés de population dans le monde constitue une crise sans précédent depuis la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Image: REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

Axel van Trotsenburg
Managing Director, Operations, World Bank
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