The Spotlight Report on Global Migration April 28, 2022

The Global Coalition on Migration and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung are pleased to announce the launch of the Spotlight Report on Global Migration. We invite you to join the launch event with a panel discussion via Zoom on Thursday, 28 April 2022, 08:30–10:00 NY/14:30–16:00 Geneva/19:30–21:00 BKK
The event represents an important opportunity for Member States and stakeholders to hear grassroots migrant perspectives on progress and challenges regarding migrant realities in the lead up to the IMRF.For further information and to get your copy of the report visit:

Speakers include :
Alma Maquitico Co-director of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR).
Alma is advancing NNIRR’s strategic human rights advocacy and organizing at the border. Her work has centered on developing initiatives to address rural development, climate change, and human rights. She has helped build grassroots networks to monitor and document human rights violations resulting from immigration enforcement in communities along the US-Mexico border.

Mishka Pillay Migration & lived experience advocate & campaigner
Mishka is a human rights advocate, as well as an asylum seeker and refugee community leader. He works on campaigns with Allies for Justice and Detention Action, is a Trustee at Freedom from Torture, a spokesperson for One Strong Voice, and a member of the Coordination Group of the Detention Forum. He is also a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Working Group on the health of refugees and asylum seekers.

Roula Seghaier Strategic program coordinator of the International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF)
Roula leads the advocacy efforts of the IDWF according to the strategic plan developed by domestic workers worldwide. She is trained in Political Science, Transitional Justice, and Human Rights, with over 10 years of experience in community organizing in migrant, transnational, and feminist contexts. She is also a feminist writer and a co-founder of Intersectional Knowledge Publishers.

Governmental representatives from Mexico and Germany