The United Nations are meeting in Marrakech, Morocco sign the Global Compact for Migration and we're here to speak with delegates and cover the facts on the ground.
That is, we're covering the facts from the outside because the United Nations is so threatened by The Rebel that my camera guy and I have been kicked from the compound.
But we don't give up easily, and I was able to get some on-camera interviews with delegates to the convention from both Macedonia and Sweden to get their opinion on whether migration is a human right, and why a country would want to sign this agreement at all.
We've had immigration to my country (Sweden) since a long time. In the 70s, we had a lot of immigration because we had a huge, an acute lack of labor. So we had a lot of immigration from Southern Europe, [from Yugoslavia], Italians... and that immigration that time helped build Sweden the strong economy we have today.
Were there no problems of integration at that time? There was! Many of them went back, some stayed, and are part of our society today. That's why we have pizza.
Well, thank God for pizza!