Worsening Global Refugee Crisis

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One hundred million are refugees or displaced in 2022 and climate change is exacerbating the trend. A reminder that more than ever, humanitarian work is an absolute necessity. The Hub with Wang Guan talks to Babar Baloch, senior regional spokesperson for Asia-Pacific at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. They look at the plight of refugees in conflict zones such as Ukraine. They also discuss UNHCR’s crucial work on the ground to help and assist people in countries recovering from war as well as initiatives to protect the most vulnerable groups in countries hosting refugees. Baloch also highlights China’s role in supporting UNHCR’s programs in Afghanistan and African countries.

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