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The countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region are facing severe and accelerated impacts of climate change, and extreme weather events and environmental .degradation have already pushed people to migrate internally.
Date of publication:
15 January 2024
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In February 2023, the United Nations Network on Migration launched a series of global and regional consultations and peer-learning exchanges – GCM Talks – to support Member States, the United Nations system, and stakeholders to continue discussions on how best to implement the Global Compact for...
Date of publication:
18 March 2023
Source:
On 26 October 2022, the Alternatives to Detention Thematic Workstream of the Regional UN Network on Migration for Asia and the Pacific held the launch event of “Promoting Alternatives to Immigration Detention in the Asia Pacific Region” in Bangkok, Thailand.
Date of publication:
12 December 2022
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Migrant workers’ contribution to socioeconomic development in Thailand cannot be overemphasized; they fill critical labour shortages in several key sectors.
Date of publication:
02 November 2022
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On 11th April 2022, the Regional Consultation of the GCM Champion Series in Asia and the Pacific held its third consultation on “Border management and labour migration in the COVID-19 recovery phase” hosted by the Royal Government of Cambodia, in collaboration with the Regional UN Network on...
Date of publication:
06 September 2022
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The Regional United Nations (UN) Network on Migration for the Arab States (the Network) seeks to provide system-wide support to Member States and all partners in the implementation, follow-up and review of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) in the region.
Date of publication:
23 August 2022
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The Asia–Pacific Migration Data Report series is the flagship publication for the region since 2020.
Date of publication:
18 August 2022
Information Type:
On 29th November 2021, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, in collaboration with the Regional UN Network on Migration for Asia and the Pacific, organized the second GCM Champion Series regional consultation on “COVID -19 and its Ramifications on Migrants’ Return and...
Date of publication:
12 July 2022
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The League of Arab States (LAS) and the International Organization on Migration (IOM) in partnership with the members of the Regional COVID-19 Task Force on Migration and Mobility organized a Webinar in September 2021 to shed light on the responses in the Arab Region to the COVID-19 pandemic,...
Date of publication:
25 May 2022
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At a glance This report summarizes the results of a mapping that was done on the use of immigration detention and alternatives to immigration detention (ATD) in 19 countries across the five sub-regions in Asia-Pacific. It examines related laws, policies, and practices.
Date of publication:
22 May 2022
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This document analyses global, regional and thematic trends that emerge from MGI data in relation to the general commitment and the range of associated actions for each of the 23 Global Compact for Migration objectives.
Date of publication:
05 May 2022
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Country Terms of Reference
Date of publication:
27 January 2022
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The world is watching a full-fledged attack on human rights in Afghanistan – from mobility rights to women’s rights. The response has largely been to “wait and see”, which the Afghan population is feeling.
Date of publication:
31 December 2021
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IOM Azerbaijan, UNNM Azerbaijan Secretariat has organized event to observe International Migrants Day together with Government partners, UN agencies, Diplomatic Core, NGOs, and representatives of civil society and media.
Date of publication:
23 December 2021
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The Committee considered the initial report of Bangladesh (CMW/C/BGD/1) at its 343rd and 344th meetings (see CMW/C/SR.343 and 344), held on 3 and 4 April 2017. At its 359th meeting, held on 13 April 2017, it adopted the present concluding observations.
Date of publication:
26 November 2021
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This summary provides a preliminary analysis of the stakeholder inputs, as part of the GCM regional review process which took place over the period from November 2020 to September 2021.
Date of publication:
05 November 2021
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These guidelines on coordination and information-exchange mechanisms for the search for missing migrants offer recommendations and examples from a wide range of existing practices on how to design efforts to clarify the fate and whereabouts of migrants who have gone missing along migratory routes.
Date of publication:
02 November 2021
On 31 May 2021, IOM Azerbaijan organized an online coordination meeting devoted to the update of work under UN Migration Network Azerbaijan (UNNM) and discussions on interlinkage of UNNM work with the implementation of UNSDCF (2021-2025).
Date of publication:
31 May 2021
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Voluntary national report submitted by the government of the Russian Federation on its progress on the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, ahead of the regional review for Asia and the Pacific that took place on 10-12 March 2021.
Date of publication:
19 May 2021
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Voluntary national report submitted by the government of the Philippines on its progress on the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, ahead of the regional review for Asia and the Pacific that took place on 10-12 March 2021.
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19 May 2021
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