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United Nations Network on Migration Workplan

Introduction

The United Nations Network on Migration (Network) has been established to ensure effective, timely and coordinated system-wide support to Member States on migration as they respond to the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM). This is an ambitious undertaking on one of the key phenomena facing our international community. Through a more coherent approach to migration governance and to harnessing its contribution to global development, the United Nations system through the Network commits to making a tangible difference to enhancing cooperation on international migration in all its dimensions aimed at making migration work for all.

To date, the Network has focused on putting in place the structures and procedures to enable it to implement its mandate effectively.  Principal among these has been outreach to Resident Coordinators and United Nations Country Teams, encouraging their engagement in supporting GCM implementation.  The response to this has been encouraging. Also important is the establishment of the Migration Multi-Partner Trust Fund/MPTF (the Start-up Fund).  There has likewise been engagement with both Member States and stakeholders, in Geneva, New York, regionally and at country level.  The staffing of the Network secretariat has also been a key priority, with welcome secondments from UNHCR, DESA and forthcoming from UNICEF.

With this groundwork in place, this first workplan of the Network focuses on key issues where the UN system can add value in delivering concrete results as a matter of priority in supporting GCM implementation, recognizing that the GCM is rooted in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In all it does, the Network will strive to uphold and advocate for the laws and principles which call for the respect and protection of all migrants and their communities, and the realization of all their human rights, with a particular focus on those in the most vulnerable situations.

The workplan comprises three elements: (i) core; (ii) thematic; and (iii) a pipeline of potential future activities. Under the first two, the workplan delineates a number of workstreams focusing on concrete deliverables.  The workplan does not purport to be a comprehensive compendium of what the UN system is doing on migration but rather offers an overview of the range of activities in which the Network will engage.

While this workplan represents the commitment of the UN system to ensure effective and coherent system-wide support on migration, it explicitly recognizes that the Network does not operate in a vacuum.  Throughout, it privileges partnerships both within the system, including with the new Resident Coordinator system, with Member States, and with other stakeholders, including civil society. 

Similarly, the workplan also recognizes the considerable work that has already been undertaken, and is ongoing, and expertise acquired in pursuit of realizing all 23 GCM objectives by a broad range of stakeholders. In implementing this workplan, the Network will prioritize building on and, working with existing expertise and best practice, in support of Member States.  Equally, it will prioritize flexibility and the ability to adapt to changing conditions and demands, not least the needs and aspirations of migrants themselves.

Finally, the workplan also recognizes the importance of addressing migration-related aspects of mixed movements in various situations as well as of ensuring complementarity between the Global Compact on Migration and the Global Compact on Refugees in responding to complex migratory flows.

1: Core priorities

Core priorities are so-called because they constitute the structural building blocks, either directly called for by the GCM or directly flowing from that text, which are essential for the Network to be in a position to provide the necessary support to Member States.  They focus on (i) developing the three elements of the capacity building mechanism (CBM); (ii) providing support for strengthening country and regional level United Nations migration coordination mechanisms and supporting country level  implementation of the GCM through a more effective integration of migration-related issues into the design and implementation of UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Frameworks (UNSDCFs); (iii) supporting the development of GCM national implementation plans, where requested; (iv) developing the Network’s voice; (v) supporting institutional processes including the Secretary-General’s report to the General Assembly on the GCM; (vi) supporting negotiations on the modalities for the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF); and (vii) review of working arrangements and preparation of the Network annual meeting.  The CBM is discussed separately, below.

Priorities (ii) and (iii) are core to the work of the Network. They highlight the centrality of country and regional-level action in support of the effective implementation of the GCM’s objectives, in line with specific priorities identified by Member States, with the support of the United Nations system.  To the extent that the workplan of the Network will be demand driven, it is through these priorities that such demand will be generated and where impact will be most quickly felt.  And it will be through these priorities, in particular, that the value of the Migration MPTF will be realized.  A list of United Nations system country and regional teams with migration coordination mechanisms in place or being established is attached to this workplan as an annex.

Where appropriate, the Network will speak with one voice on migration issues, either in response to pressing developments which call for urgent steps towards resolution, or in addressing complex structural or policy challenges in the field. Priority (v) reflects that undertaking and will be factored into all workstreams, as relevant.

2: Thematic priorities

The GCM contains 23 objectives, designed to ensure a 360-degree approach, underpinned by its overarching guiding principles. To facilitate its implementation, this workplan sets out five thematic areas pooling these objectives together and structured so as to promote United Nations system collaboration.  To ensure a coherent approach, they are the same clusters as for the Migration MPTF.  The five areas are: (i) Promoting fact-based and data driven migration discourse, policy and planning; (ii) Protecting safety and wellbeing of migrants, including through addressing the drivers and mitigating situations of vulnerability in migration; (iii) Addressing irregular migration including through managing borders and combatting transnational crime; (iv) Facilitating regular migration, decent work and enhancing the positive development effects of human mobility; and, (v) Improving the social inclusion and integration of migrants.

Specific workstreams have been identified as being ripe for the development of tools that will support the operational rollout of the GCM from a thematic perspective. While core priorities will provide the mechanisms to respond to the demands at the country and regional levels in a timely manner, the thematic priorities will focus on major migration thematic issues that require the development of guidance drawing from strong inter-agency expertise.

The workstreams are not suggestive of a belief that they represent all that needs to be done – or is being done already – in their respective areas: rather they reflect a determination that these constitute important, time-bound contributions towards the realization of particular objectives of the GCM. Additional workstreams may be added as they are identified, and as capacities to effectively support them are realized.

 

3: Future activities

This annex outlines a number of potential activities that the Network could turn to as capacity increases and/or current taskings are completed.  This can be added to (and revised) on an ongoing basis.  It is a compendium of proposals of the types of support the Network can provide – to stimulate requests or which can be adapted to particular needs – and which can feed into the development of new workstreams as others are completed or as capacity expands.

Working Groups

For some of the core and thematic workstreams identified, the Network will establish working groups, where relevant, drawing on relevant expertise and capacity, to ensure their delivery. These working groups will focus on concrete, time-bound deliverables against which impact can be measured. They will provide technical advice and inputs as needed and feed into the three elements of the CBM. As with all aspects of the Network’s activities, these groups will privilege close collaboration with Member States and stakeholders.

Upon establishment, every working group will develop a workplan with measurable outputs and a timeline for their delivery.

Capacity building mechanism

The GCM calls for the establishment of a capacity building mechanism in the United Nations, building upon existing initiatives, that supports efforts of Member States to implement the GCM. The CBM comprises a Start-up Fund (Migration MPTF), Connection Hub and Global Knowledge Platform.  It emphasizes the need to draw on the technical, financial, and human resources, on a voluntary basis, of Member States, the United Nations system and all stakeholders in order to strengthen capacities and foster multi-partner cooperation.

i. Start-up Fund (Migration MPTF)

The Fund, established by the Network on 8 May 2019, is a United Nations pooled financing mechanism.  In its design it privileges programmes which bring together the United Nations system and which are fully aligned with the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development.  As the United Nations system begins implementing this workplan and engages with Member States and stakeholders in identifying priority areas of work under each of the five thematic areas of the Fund, consideration can be given to designing programmes for potential financing.  Pre-identifying such activities will further assist the Migration MPTF Steering Committee in increasing donors’ interest in supporting this important component of the GCM and in adopting a comprehensive approach when financing migration related programmes.

ii. Global Knowledge Platform and Connection Hub

The Global Knowledge Platform and Connection Hub are vital elements of the GCM to ensure that relevant knowledge, experience and expertise can be drawn from in developing tailor-made solutions in response to Member State requests.

Critically, experience in implementing the GCM should inform both the Platform and the Hub to ensure that the ‘state of knowledge’ is constantly refined. The terms of reference of the Migration MPTF call for integrating these elements in the design of funding proposals.

The Network is committed to developing the Platform and the Hub as building blocks for the other workstreams, and to support the working groups, by collating migration evidence, migration policies and practices from existing expertise. Each workstream will inform the Platform and Hub on a continuous basis, emphasizing national and regional experiences.

As a priority, the Network will articulate further details of the Platform and Hub.

Review and Accountability

The Network will conduct its work in line with the principles of the GCM and guided by, inter alia, the United Nations Charter, international law and the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development.

The Secretary-General’s biennial reporting to the General Assembly will be central for the Network to account for its activities. Annual meetings of the full Network, including relevant stakeholders, will review progress, explore ways to enhance collaboration, and identify emerging issues for consideration in subsequent iterations of the workplan.

The Network, through its Executive Committee, will continually review the implementation of the workplan, adjust its focus as needs arise, and provide regular updates on progress being made.

 

Core Priorities

1. Establishment of a Capacity-Building Mechanism (CBM)

 

The CBM will build on existing knowledge and initiatives by Member States, the UN and all other relevant stakeholders to support states’ efforts to implement the GCM, including through fostering multi-partner cooperation.
The CBM will consist of a Connection Hub, a Global Knowledge Platform and a Start-up Fund.  The Start-Up Fund (Migration MPTF) will be instrumental in enabling and testing joint project-oriented solutions.  The Connection Hub and Global Knowledge Platform of the CBM will ensure the design of demand-driven and tailor-made solutions to respond to migration realities drawing from a user-friendly open data source platform of existing evidence, practices and initiatives.

Core workstream 1.1

A Migration Multi-Partner Trust Fund (MPTF) is established and functioning

Timeline

Delivered by May 2020

Activities

  1. Operationalization of the Trust Fund including through agency agreements with MPTFO by May 2019.
  2. Organization of a Principals meeting to launch the Fund in Geneva on 8 May 2019.
  3. Organization of a dedicated side event during HLPF on 16 July 2019.
  4. Convening of a first meeting of the Steering Committee by September 2019.
  5. Development of a Network-wide fundraising strategy, in line with GCM paragraph 43.
  6. Development of a results-based matrix to monitor results and measure impact by May 2020.
  7. Development and support to pilot capacity building projects to improve migration governance are developed and start implementation by May 2020.

Lead agencies or stakeholders

Network Secretariat and Executive Committee, pending establishment of the MPTF Steering Committee and the Fund Management Unit

Participating agencies or stakeholders

Network membership

Status

Ongoing


 

 

Core workstream 1.2

A Connection Hub and Global Knowledge Platform are established and functioning

Timeline

Delivered by July 2020

Activities

1) Build on existing platforms and develop a coherent approach to the establishment of these two components of the CBM having in mind the need:

  • to develop demand-driven, tailored responses;
  • to facilitate peer-to peer solutions to field needs;
  • to enable speedy access to knowledge and shared solutions while ensuring high-quality output;
  • in this regard, to develop an effective mechanism to link requests for support to the relevant expert/expertise in a timely manner;
  • to develop a fit-for-purpose and user-friendly repository of existing practices and initiatives; and
  • to consider the establishment of a structure that constitutes an entry point of high-quality knowledge incorporating a broad range of sources and partners.

2)     Ensure that the implementation of all elements of the workplan feed into the         connection hub and the knowledge platform.
3)    Expand the online presence for the Global Knowledge Platform and the Connection Hub, including in a website hosting core documents and information related to the GCM and the Network.
4)    Develop core templates and resources for partners, including:

  • the identification of key sources of knowledge, practitioners and experts, and existing relevant research, with a view to compiling expert databases;
  • the design of a format, and a method for products by the Network, and in particular by the Global Knowledge Platform; and
  • the establishment of a collaborative review mechanism for bespoke products produced by the Network for the Platform.

Lead agencies or stakeholders

IOM

Participating agencies or stakeholders

Network membership

Status

Ongoing

2. Increased capacity of states to implement the GCM

 

In line with the Network’s role to provide coherent country and regional-level support for the implementation of the GCM, including by providing guidance to UN Country and Regional Teams in developing migration-related coordination structures.

Core workstream 2.1

The capacity of the Network at global, regional and country levels to support Member States to implement the GCM is bolstered

Timeline

Delivered by December 2020

Activities

  • Identify select number of  UN Country Teams (UNCTs) or regional structures already actively coordinating and supporting member states on migration to pilot Network support measures.
  • Encourage and support the establishment of regional/country Network coordination structures, ensuring to connect with any existing migration coordination mechanisms, by providing advice and guidance accordingly (by November 2019).
  • Identify select number of countries experiencing significant migration-related situations to pilot UNCT support measures for Member States in order to increase their capacity to provide relevant responses (by November 2019).
  • Provide support and guidance to regional Network Working Groups in the framework of the regional review for the IMRF.
  • Support the UN Sustainable Development Group working on UNSDCFs with support to ensure the effective inclusion of the GCM within efforts to achieve the 2030 Agenda including the development of indicators.
  • Develop clear guidance for UNCTs on how to understand and articulate the linkages between the GCM and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
  • Develop tools and guidance for UNCTs to ensure the inclusion of migration considerations in national development planning and budgeting, Common Country Analysis documents, UNSDCFs, and other relevant planning frameworks.

 

Lead agencies or stakeholders

IOM, UNDP

Participating agencies or stakeholders

Network membership

Status

Ongoing

 

Core workstream 2.2

Member States are empowered to develop and implement GCM national implementation plans

Timeline

Delivered by December 2020

Activities

  • Develop guidelines and models for states for the preparation of national and local implementation plans that are in alignment with national development planning and UNDS reform.
  • Develop a searchable database for national implementation plans to be housed in the Global Knowledge Platform.
  • Organise capacity building and information workshops on the preparation of national implementation plans involving all relevant stakeholders.
  • In the same pilot countries and regions identified above, provide targeted support to states to prepare national implementation plans and joint programming for development/emergency responses that address the specific needs of migrants including mapping data gaps and ways to address those gaps.
  • Develop tools and guidance for States to ensure the inclusion of migrants in national development planning and budgeting, SDG plans and other relevant planning frameworks.
  • Support Member States, where requested, in mainstreaming the GCM into their voluntary national review reports to the High-Level Political Forum.

 

Lead agencies or stakeholders

OHCHR, UNDP, IOM

Participating agencies or stakeholders

Network membership

Status

Under development

3. Speaking with one voice

 

The Network’s Terms of Reference highlight the need to provide leadership to mobilize coordinated and collaborative action on migration by the UN system, including by speaking with one voice as appropriate. 

Ensuring that the UN speaks with one voice on migration entails both responding to critical developments in a timely fashion and providing clear long-term guidance on overarching phenomena.  It embraces both public commentary and also more collective positions to adopt.

Core workstream 3

A Network communication strategy is developed

Timeline

Ongoing

Activities

  1. Development of a communications strategy for the Network.
  2. Development of Network statements on the occasion of key events.
  3. Development of Network statements responding to or anticipating acute developments in a timely fashion.
  4. Identification of situations where a Network statement is of added value and develop policy and operational recommendations in such situations including on workstream areas identified in the workplan.
  5. Preparation of shared talking points, position papers, fact sheets and infographics, press releases or op-eds, as appropriate. Joint Network communications should showcase examples of GCM implementation at local, country, regional and global levels, highlighting solutions, achievements and results, including the role of the United Nations in supporting GCM implementation.

 

Lead agencies or stakeholders

Network members with the support of the Secretariat and in coordination with the Executive Committee

Participating agencies or stakeholders

Network membership

Status

Ongoing

4. The Network’s support to institutional processes

 

The Network must provide support to institutional processes as called for in the GCM.


Core workstream 4.1  

The co-facilitators receive timely and effective secretariat and substantive support during consultations and negotiations to determine the modalities and organizational aspects of the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF)

Timeline

Delivered by July 2019

Activities

  1. Provide logistical support, including note-taking during the consultations and negotiations.
  2. Collect inputs from Network members, Member States and other relevant stakeholders.
  3. Provide substantive suggestions to the draft resolution.

Lead agencies or stakeholders

IOM and DESA

Participating agencies or stakeholders

Executive Committee

Status

Ongoing

Core workstream 4.2

Secretary-General’s biennial report to the General Assembly on the implementation of the GCM, the activities of the UN system in this regard, as well as the functioning of the institutional arrangements

Timeline

Delivered by July 2020

Activities

  1. Establish effective, timely coordination of all aspects of the preparation of the report.
  2. Seek inputs from Network members, Member States and other relevant stakeholders.
  3. Draft the report and coordinate editing.

Lead agencies or stakeholders

Network Secretariat will oversee the preparation of the report based on the input from the Network members and under the overarching guidance of the Executive Committee.

Participating agencies or stakeholders

Network membership

Status

Ongoing

Core workstream 4.3

Review of working arrangements and preparation of the Network annual meeting are conducted in a timely manner

Timeline

On an annual basis

Activities

  1. Organize the annual meeting on 11 December 2019 and 17-18 December 2020.
  2. Send proposals to review the membership of the EC for consideration of the SG by 1 November 2019 and by 1 November 2020.
  3.  Organize a stocktaking meeting to discuss preliminary review of working arrangements – January 2020.
  4. Submit input to SG’s first formal review of the Network by June 2020.

Lead agencies or stakeholders

The Coordinator with the support of the Executive Committee and in consultation with the Network members

Participating agencies stakeholders

Network membership

Status

Ongoing

 

Annex

Thematic workstreams for future consideration

Thematic Workstream

Develop a global programme to strengthen migration-related data, disaggregated by sex, age, gender, disability and other grounds, and collect gender statistics (GCM, para 17c)

GCM related objectives

1, 3, 17, 23

Thematic Area

Thematic Area 1 – Promoting fact-based and data-driven migration discourse, policy and planning

Timeframe

Multi-year

Activities

  1. Miscellaneous (handbooks, guidelines, workshops, training programmes, surveys at the national, regional and global level with standardized indicators).
  2. Define common indicators for GCM objectives.
  3. Advocate for the integration of the three core questions on international migration as agreed upon in the Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses, including Country of birth, Country of Citizenship and Year or period of arrival.
  4. Support to ensure timely processing, analysis and dissemination of migration related census results, disaggregated and tabulated in accordance with international standards, for statistical purposes.
  5. Build and enhance national capacities in data analysis and dissemination to share data, address data gaps and assess key migration trends, that encourages collaboration between relevant stakeholders at all levels, provides dedicated training, financial support and technical assistance, leverages new data sources, including big data.
  6. Draw on other forms of data related to human mobility and displacement, such as the Sendai Framework, the SDGs, the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics.

Expression of interest

IFAD, UNWOMEN (+ Representative of Expert Working Group), UNFPA

 

 

 

Thematic Workstream

Address structural factors and adverse drivers that compel people to leave their country of origin

GCM related objectives

2, 7, 8, 12, 13, 23

Thematic Area

Thematic Area 2 – Protecting safety and wellbeing of migrants, including through addressing the drivers and mitigating situations of vulnerability in migration

Timeframe

N/A

Activities

  1. Support countries to identify high-risk areas and to structure relevant policy responses.
  2. Conduct research to develop an understanding of the structural drivers for all forms of human mobility at all points on the displacement cycle to inform evidence-based discourse

Expression of interest

WFP, UNFPA

Thematic Workstream

Address migration and displacement linkages to disasters, adverse effects of climate change and environmental degradation

GCM related objectives

1, 2, 5, 23

Thematic Area

Thematic Area 2 – Protecting safety and wellbeing of migrants, including through addressing the drivers and mitigating situations of vulnerability in migration

Timeframe

N/A

Activities

  1. Analysis of climate and disaster drivers of migration (and links made to the work of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Executive Committee of the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage).
  2. Conduct research on the linkages between cross-border movements and internal displacement (e.g. in conflict, climate change and slow-onset disaster contexts).
  3. Support countries to identify high-risk areas and to structure relevant policy responses.
  4. Conduct research to develop an understanding of the structural drivers for all forms of human mobility at all points on the displacement cycle to inform evidence-based discourse and policy-making.

Expression of interest

WFP

 

Thematic workstream

Enhanced capacities of states to counter migrant smuggling in accordance with relevant international frameworks
Migrant smuggling is a global criminal activity. At its worst, smugglers routinely endanger the lives and safety of migrants, and subject them to inhuman or degrading treatment including exploitation. Every year, thousands of migrants and refugees die on perilous journeys. Adequate legislation, understanding the challenges and identifying good practices are prerequisites to build capacities to effectively respond to migrant smuggling based on a holistic approach, which includes the protection of human rights of all migrants, regardless of their status, and in line with the requirement set United Nations Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Sea and Air and other relevant international instruments.

GCM related objectives

9, 1, 2, 7, 8, 11 and 14

Thematic Area

Thematic Area 3 - Addressing irregular migration including through managing borders and combatting transnational crime

Timeframe

TBC

Activities

  1. Map legislation on preventing and countering migrant smuggling to identify common shortcomings and promote alignment with the Smuggling of Migrants Protocol.
  2. Identify gaps and good practices in preventing and countering migrant smuggling along selected key smuggling routes.
  3. Collect training material on preventing and countering migrant smuggling, covering aspects such as legislation, border management, investigation and prosecution as well as protection of and assistance to smuggled migrants, and disseminate to relevant actors.
  4. Based upon these activities, during a second phase, develop and test capacity building measures in selected pilot countries at national or regional levels.

Lead agencies or stakeholders

UNODC, IOM

Participating agencies or stakeholders

UNHCR

Status

Under development/ongoing resource mobilization

 

 

 

Thematic Workstream

Build and strengthen partnerships, and leverage resources for the implementation of innovative solutions to reduce the cost of remittances and maximize their impact for development

GCM related objectives

19, 20, 23

Thematic Area

Thematic Area 4 – Facilitating regular migration, decent work and enhancing the positive development effects of human mobility

Timeframe

18 months – 2 years

Activities

  1. Engage  the international community, governments, regulatory authorities, private sector entities, CSOs, and academic institutions, build and strengthen partnerships, and leverage resources for the implementation of innovative solutions to reduce the cost of remittances and maximize their impact for development, also taking also advantage from the UN International Day of Family Remittances and IFAD's Global Forum on Remittances, Investment and Development (GCM para. 36, objective 20/b)

Expression of interest

IFAD

Thematic Workstream

Build and strengthen the connection of cities of origin, transit and destination

GCM related objectives

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 15, 19, 21, 22, 23

Thematic Area

Thematic Area 2 – Protecting safety and wellbeing of migrants, including through addressing the drivers and mitigating situations of vulnerability in migration
Thematic Area 4 – Facilitating regular migration, decent work and enhancing the positive development effects of human mobility
Thematic Area 5 – Improving the social inclusion and integration of migrants

Timeframe

N/A

Activities

  1. Design and implementation of public policies to promote City-City cooperation

Expression of interest

WFP, UNFPA

 

 

 

Cross-cutting Workstream

Protecting the best interests of the child in the context of migration

Timeframe

1 year

Activities

  1. Provide guidance on how to operationalize the principle of the best interest of the child for migrant children, with a focus on a variety of migration contexts and the different experiences of migrant girls and boys
  2. Provide guidance on child/ youth inclusive and related implementation of national plans
  3. Engage with the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth in designing, implementing and evaluating, in collaboration with relevant stakeholders, migration programmes aimed at identifying and addressing the drivers of migration as well as improving access to sexual and reproductive health services

Expression of interest

Initiative for Child Rights in the Global Compacts

Cross-cutting Workstream

Protecting and promoting the rights of women and girls, including LGBT, in the context of international migration, and support their empowerment

Timeframe

18 months – 2 years

Activities

  1. Provide guidance on gender-responsive implementation of the GCM including how to promote and support safe migration for women and girls, with a focus on a variety of migration contexts
  2. Compile best practices in supporting women and girls in transit and at destination

Expression of interest

UN Women, UNFPA

 

 

 

Cross-cutting workstream

Ensure that HIV agenda is integrated as a cross-cutting issue into the overall workplan

Timeframe

18 months – 2 years

Activities

  1. Access to basic services for migrants, including life-saving services, and adapt to local capacity.
  2. Address stigma faced by migrants in health services; encourage well-managed migration that will decrease risk exposure.
  3. Include HIV in contingency planning and identify innovative solutions for continuity of care during humanitarian crises and protracted conflicts.
  4. Include migrants in social protection programmes within national AIDS strategies.
  5. Identify health financing schemes that include migrant-centred HIV testing, sexual and reproductive health care and mental health care accessible to all.
  6. Identify needs of vulnerable individuals and include them in the design of policies and plans to deliver services.
  7. Recognize the specific needs of women, girl and boys’ migrants as vulnerable to abuse and exploitation, trafficking and violence – both in transit and at their destinations.
  8. ART for people “on the move”
  9. Migrant knowledge and perceptions of HIV

 

Expression of interest

UNAIDS

 

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