People move. Some seek the hope of a better future in a new place, others are forced from their homes, spurred by conflict, environmental change, economic instability, or discrimination. While the protection of refugees and asylum seekers is enshrined in international law, migration and movement is both caused by and results in a wide array of human rights impacts. What are the challenges faced by people who migrate and move, and how can human rights guide our societies towards a world where people are respected, protected, and supported regardless of where they come from or where they are going?
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