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Asia and the Pacific

The Conference


Agenda Item 1: Opening

Agenda Item 2: Review Of Progress And Challenges With Regard To Implementing The Global Compact For Safe, Orderly And Regular Migration In Asia And The Pacific, Including The Implications Of The Coronavirus Disease Pandemic

Agenda Item 3: Thematic Discussions On Progress And Challenges With Regard To Implementing The Global Compact At All Levels, With Due Respect To The Cross-Cutting and Interdependent Guiding Principles Of The Global Compact

A) Ensuring That Migration Is Voluntary, Regular, Safe And Orderly (Addressing Objectives 2, 5, 6, 12 And 18)

B) Protecting Migrants Through Rights-Based Border Governance And Border Management Measures (Addressing Objectives 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13 And 21)

C) Supporting Migrants’ Protection, Integration And Contribution To Development (Addressing Objectives 14, 15, 16, 19, 20 And 22)

Side Events

Preparatory Documents

Stakeholder Engagement

Briefing - 26 August 2020

Consultation - 28 October 2020

Consultation- 19 November 2020

Consultation- 16 December 2020

Consultation- 3 February 2021

Briefing- 10 February 2021

Videos from the multistakeholder consultations

Felipe González Morales, Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants, Stakeholder Engagement meeting at 03 Feb.

Inputs by Member States

The reports of the following UN ESCAP Member States can also be found on the Network’s Europe and North America page: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Kazakhstan; Russia; Tajikistan; Turkey; and Uzbekistan.

Inputs by Stakeholders

Translated Documents

Country Level Terms of Reference