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Esta Nota Orientativa es un documento técnico que tiene como fin: i) Orientar el posicionamiento de la Red sobre la integración socioeconómica de personas refugiadas, migrantes, retornadas y población de acogida en Perú y ii) Proporcionar criterios técnicos a tomadores de decisión, funcionarios,...
Este guía está diseñado a venezolanas y venezolanos en el contexto de la respuesta humanitaria de Brasil. Contiene informaciones prácticas sobre documentos y distintos tipos de derechos. Only available in Spanish.
This booklet aims to serve as a practical guide to implementing the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) by exploring each of the 23 GCM objectives to break the Compact down into accessible parts with ideas for implementation.
This Toolkit provides information and tools for development partners to integrate migration – in all its forms – into development‐centred plans, programmes and projects linked to COVID‑19 socio‐economic response.
This report provides tools and templates for designing and implementing information campaigns in a variety of migration contexts. It also has a section on how to carry out a rigorous monitoring and evaluation of campaigns.
Based on a training module used in Italy, this manual provides training to support migrants’ and diaspora associations as they design and implement development projects in their countries of origin, following the project lifecycle.
UN Women has developed Empowering Women Migrant Workers from South Asia: Toolkit for Gender-Responsive Employment and Recruitment. The Toolkit provides comprehensive guidance on ensuring the protection and promotion of the rights of women migrant workers throughout the labour migration cycle.
The Diaspora Engagement Self-Assessment Tool (DESAT) has been developed to allow African Union Member States to systematically review and assess their current diaspora engagement environment.
This booklet from the Ministry of External Affairs in India provides orientation for prospective migrant workers prior to their departure. It includes information about required bureaucratic procedures and tips for safety abroad, as well as remittances.
The purpose of this Information Note is to provide a broad overview of the right to access justice and its specific content for migrants, regardless of their legal status, and in light of States’ obligations laid down in international instruments and relevant jurisprudence.
This Guide has been developed by the OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) as part of its programme on migration and freedom of movement.
Date of publication:
28 January 2019
This handbook has been developed to equip professionals and volunteers who interact with migrant and refugee children to communicate in a child-friendly way about their rights and the procedures affecting them.
The set of training materials on access to justice for migrant children were developed as part of the FAIR (Fostering Access to Immigrant children’s Rights) project and were published by the materials on access to justice for migrant children (IJC).
These Principles and Guidelines provide concrete and operational guidance to assist States to design, implement and monitor migration governance measures that respect and protect the human rights of migrants in vulnerable situations.
Date of publication:
01 January 2018
The JMDI Toolbox (and e-course) is the most comprehensive toolkit for all stakeholders working on migration and development at the local level, including local and national authorities, civil society, migrants’ associations, academia, international organizations and others.
Date of publication:
31 December 2017
This handbook is intended to support Member States in the collection, tabulation, analysis, dissemination and use of migration data, and is thus expected to contribute directly to monitoring the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
This guideline published by the Migrants in Countries in Crisis (MICIC) initiative gives an overview of how to effectively undertake communication efforts targeted at migrants, and provides a comprehensive list of tools and channels along with a description of how each can be optimally used.
The pre-departure training provides information prior to the migrant’s departure on the workers’ rights and responsibilities; the destination country’s culture, laws and policies; accessing support services and complaints mechanisms; sending money home, and return and reintegration.
The OHCHR’s recommended principles and guidelines provides normative guidance on how to translate the international human rights framework into concrete measures that uphold the rights of migrants at international borders.
Date of publication:
02 January 2014
Diasporas are major direct investors in critical and emerging industries, known patrons of nascent tourism initiatives, and generous philanthropists.
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The Hub aims to support UN Member States in the implementation, follow-up and review of the Global Compact for Migration by serving as a repository of existing evidence, practices and initiatives, and facilitating access to knowledge sharing via online discussions, an expert database and demand-driven, tailor-made solutions (launching in 2021).
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