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Events

Opening eight weeks prior to the Regional Review in March 2024, the discussion space is a place where stakeholder organizations are invited to continuously share research reports, recommendations, data and feedback on the implementation of GCM objectives and migration policy, in response to guiding
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Launching event for the program of the Programme "Leveraging the positive impact of migration on Moldova’s development through improved policy evidence and better engaged diaspora," which aims at strengthening the capacities of relevant public authorities for ensuring effective migration policy
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Workshop designed to build understanding of GCM tools, frameworks and processes, including the UN Network on Migration, the Migration Network Hub and GCM Pledging Initiative, and to expand implementation capacity.
The workshop provided an overview of support offered to Member States in preparation for the GCM Regional Review, as well as actions that they may undertake to ensure fruitful and engaging discussions.
The Regional Training Center on Migration (RTCM) and Zoom
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The event’s main objective is to inform the audience on the project’s main outcomes and contribute to an open dialogue among relevant stakeholders on advancing safer and better managed labour mobility.
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The Regional UN Network on Migration in West and Central Africa and the Government of Ghana in the framework of the GCM Champion countries initiative will organize the Informal Cross-Regional GCM Champions Event in Accra, Ghana took place on the 28th – 30th of November with financial support of
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The purpose of the training retreat is to provide guidance to the UN Country Teams/ UNNM members in Tajikistan on how to systematically integrate migration into UN Cooperation Frameworks (CFs) and accompanying Common Country Analyses (CCAs).
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The UN Network on Migration in Türkiye, established by the UN Country Team, plays a crucial role in supporting the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (GCM) and safeguarding the rights of migrants.
Ankara, IOM Türkiye Main Office
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The text provides a detailed description of a workshop held in Tajikistan to discuss the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (GCM).
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The UN Network on Migration is pleased to announce the launch of preparatory processes including with stakeholders for the upcoming Regional Reviews of the GCM.
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The UN Network on Migration is pleased to announce the launch of preparatory processes, including with stakeholders for the upcoming Regional Reviews of the GCM.
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Baku, Azerbaijan, October 12th 2023: Capitalising on human mobility for the advancement of regional cooperation and the development of our societies following the 8th senior officials meeting (SOM) of the Almaty Process. Hybrid “GCM Talk” back-to-back with the AP SOM.
Azerbaijan
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The 8th SOM of the Almaty Process is aimed at presenting an outlook of the Almaty Process calendar of events for 2023-2024 and set a mutually agreed direction of the platform under the Chairmanship of the Republic of Azerbaijan, in accordance with the priorities identified by the Chair.
Baku, Azerbaijan
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The workshop organized by IOM in partnership with the Association of the Moldovan Banks aims to present the planned IOM project activities and expected outcomes in Moldova.
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Panama, as the Pro-Témpore Presidency of the RCM 2023, seeks to provide a space for the exchange of lessons learned, good practices, policies, tools and innovative approaches to strengthen cooperation on migration governance and contribute to the GCM’s second regional review to be held in 2024.
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The purpose of the training event is to provide guidance for UN Country Teams/UNNM members in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, as well as other relevant stakeholders, on how to systematically integrate migration into UN Cooperation Frameworks (CFs) and accompanying Common Country Analyses (CCAs).
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The 2023 SDG Summit took place on 18-19 September 2023, during the United Nations General Assembly high-level week.
United Nations Headquarters, New York
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At the recent GCM Talk, co-hosted by the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and IOM UK, speakers explored ways in which migrants can be part of the solution if included in adaptation, planning, implementation and monitoring.
Hybrid
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To advance GCM implementation in Central Asia, IOM Kazakhstan will organize a set of events and interventions within the framework of the sub-regional IOM project “Supporting the Governments of Central Asian States in the implementation of the GCM” funded by MIRAC.
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*References to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999).