The Case for a World Migration Organization

Conversations about migration tend to be driven by self-described “realists” focused on the negative effects of migration and who want to adjust, stop and sometimes even reverse migratory flows and apologists, often cosmopolitan by virtue of privilege, who don’t have to see or feel the negative effects of mass-immigration up and close. Those conversations, overwhelmingly about immigration rather than emigration, tend to miss half the story.

The Independent: Why I'm heading up a campaign to give every European under 25 money to work in other EU countries

The Independent: Why I'm heading up a campaign to give every European under 25 money to work in other EU countries

Young people should be given €500 to move to another EU country to start an internship, job or company. Only by creating a generation of nomads will Europe cease to disintegrate into a continent of disillusioned nation states

QUARTZ: The Davos blues: Elites have to create a globalization that won’t leave the masses behind

QUARTZ: The Davos blues: Elites have to create a globalization that won’t leave the masses behind

I have been going to Davos, home of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, in various capacities for a decade now. For years, its motto—“Committed to improving the state of the world”—rang like a symphony to my ears. I sincerely believed that globalization was not only unstoppable but inherently desirable; not just for the few, but for the many.