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With a strong emphasis on human rights and gender, this joint programme aims at combatting the smuggling of migrants, human trafficking and other transnational crimes which persists in Central America as confirmed by recent police investigations and interviews with migrants along the borders of...
With a strong emphasis on human rights and gender, this Joint Programme aims at combatting the smuggling of migrants, human trafficking and other transnational crimes which persists in Central America as confirmed by recent police investigations and interviews with migrants along the borders of...
This report – a collaboration between IOM and Samuel Hall in the framework of the Cooperation on Migration and Partnerships to Achieve Sustainable Solutions (COMPASS) programme, funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands – presents findings from a study undertaken in four countries...
The Global Estimates of Modern Slavery provides a picture of the scale and depth of modern slavery.
Progress Declaration of the First International Migration Review Forum, adopted by consensus by the UN General Assembly.
Date of publication:
25 August 2022
The GFMD Mayors Mechanism – co-steered by United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) , the Mayors Migration Council (MMC) , and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) – submits its Position Paper for Roundtable 2.
This research report explores and critically examines the short- and longer-term gender implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on migration and the well-being of migrants worldwide.
This publication is to provide practical guidance for business enterprises on how to recruit and employ international migrant workers ethically and responsibly.
The World Migration Report 2022 , the eleventh in the world migration report series, has been produced to contribute to increased understanding of migration and mobility throughout the world.
This report seeks to account for the size, evolution and routes of migration movements of highly vulnerable migrants in the Americas from the Caribbean, Latin America and other Regions; and It highlights how such flows are based on a set of factors and a diversity of migrants, and also on recent...
This document presents an overview of Human Rights Watch’s key findings relating to the above objectives in six states that voted in favor of the GCM in December 2018: Cameroon, Mauritania, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, and Tanzania.
The workplan presented here benefits from the outcomes of the Executive Committee Principals Meeting and the Annual Meeting of December 2020, and the first quarterly Network and stakeholder consultations in 2021.
Concept note on the stakeholder consultation on "protecting migrants through rights-based border governance measures" that took place on July 5th, 2021 in preparation for the first African regional review of the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM).
This issue brief surveys the existing literature based on the limited available data to highlight areas of urgent concern for children on the move as they navigate life during the COVID-19 pandemic, examined through the lens of gender.
Date of publication:
23 April 2021
At a glance This paper identifies key principles, and the UN Migration Network's common position, on migrant return and reintegration.
Gender Equality and Migration is a brand-new online training module, developed by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and UN Women. This module helps learners understand how gender shapes every stage of the migrant journey, and why gender equality matters in migration.
The Toolkit is a collection of tools to help practitioners understand and incorporate human rights-based and gender equal responses into criminal justice responses to smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons.
Fabrizio Anzolini, IFRC Regional Migration Coordinator for Middle East and North Africa, share his views on the GCM ahead of the first regional review in the Arab States.
Date of publication:
15 February 2021
This report comes at a time when global suffering has vastly increased vulnerabilities to trafficking. Extreme poverty is expected to rise for the first time in decades, with the continuing COVID-19 crisis casting a long shadow over our societies and economies.
The Global Fund to End Modern Slavery commissioned a study of potential technology tools that might be useful for combating commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) in India.
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