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United Nations University  (2021)    CC

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World Health Organization WHO  (2021)    C_WHO

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UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs  (2021)    C1

Since the release of the first volume in May 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to rage around the world. By mid-March, 2021, countries around the globe had reported over 123 million cases—a nearly five-fold increase since this report’s previous volume—and over 2.7 million deaths attributed to the disease. And while new case loads are currently on the rise again, the global health community has already administered almost 400 million doses of vaccines, at last offering some signs of hope and progress. Economic impacts threaten to undo decades of recent progress in poverty reduction, child nutrition and gender equality, and exacerbate efforts to support refugees, migrants, and other vulnerable communities. National and local governments—together with international and private-sector partners—must deploy vaccines as efficiently, safely and equitably as possible while still monitoring for new outbreaks and continuing policies to protect those who do not yet have immunity. More than ever, the world needs reliable and trustworthy data and statistics to inform these important decisions. The United Nations and all member organizations of the Committee for the Coordination of Statistical Activities (CCSA) collect and make available a wealth of information for assessing the multifaceted impacts of the pandemic. This report updates some of the global and regional trends presented in Volume I and offers a snapshot of how COVID-19 continues to affect the world today across multiple domains

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Mixed Migration Centre  (2021)    CC

MMC Briefing Paper, February 2021

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The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies IFRC  (2021)    CC

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International Organization for Migration IOM  (2021)    CC

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International Organization for Migration IOM  (2020)    C1

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Migration Policy Institute  (2020)    C1

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Patuzzi;l. Migration Policy Institute  (2020)    C1

The rapid arrival of millions of asylum seekers and migrants in Europe in 2015–16 forced cities both large and small to rethink their approach to immigrant inclusion.

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Kaloti R., R. Kafri, H. Meghari  (2020)    CC

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