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The UN Network workstream “Preparing for future health emergencies by mainstreaming public health considerations into migration policies and services, at national and local levels”, which was established to support the realization of the IMRF Progress Declaration’s commitments, is convening this GCM
This hybrid event is the first in a series of migration policy roundtables and provides an opportunity to reflect on progress related to the implementation of the Global Compact on Migration (GCM).
On 11 May 2022, IOM Azerbaijan and the State Migration Service (SMS) organized consultations with participation of representatives of various government agencies entitled “360-degree review of international migration in connection with the implementation of the Global Compact on Migration” dedicated
Baku - Azerbaijan
Agriculture continues to remain an economic strength of many African economies accounting for a growing share of workers. Many migrants working in the agricultural sector face challenging conditions, with limited or no access to core services and generally poor access to social protection.
As stated in the UN Secretary-General Report on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) , “the instrumental role of local actors in implementing the Compact, as first responders during crises and more generally, has become increasingly apparent.” Since the adoption of the
The conference presents results of the Joint Research Centre (JRC) Exploratory Research Activity (ERA) “International migrants in functional urban areas. How can strategies of sustainable urban development foster the integration of migrants?”.
The Regional Social Security Forum for the Americas is the biggest social security event in the region.
San Jose, Costa Rica
Analysis & Evidence (A&E) was introduced by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in 2018 as a result of the increasing interest by the organization - and in particular by its Economic Security Unit - to design and build its programmes based on the best available evidence.
On 23 November 2021, UN Network on Migration in Azerbaijan gathered for next coordination meeting. The meeting was opened with remarks by Chief of IOM Mission in Azerbaijan Mr. Vladimir Gjorgjiev as a co-chair of the Network, and valuable remarks from Mr.
This year, the Global School on Refugee and Migrant Health will be held online from 25 to 29 October 2021 with the theme “Sharing country experiences on health and migration”. It will be an e-learning event, hosted by and web-streamed from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
On October 22, 2021 the IOM Sub-regional Office for Central Asia, together with the IOM Regional Office for South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia (Vienna, Austria) and the IOM Mission in Tajikistan, held a regional information briefing to discuss the new IOM policy for the full
On September 9th, 2021 the Ministry of Labor and IOM of Kazakhstan discussed the draft Concept of Migration Policy of Kazakhstan.
Recognized by the United Nations General Assembly, the GFRID is one of the key platforms aimed at building and strengthening partnerships towards innovative solutions for cheaper, faster and safer transfer of remittances, as well as diaspora impact investment mechanisms, with all relevant
n 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).
IOM Georgia and the RCO as the country Network co-chairs, in coordination with the UN Network on Migration Secretariat, organized a webinar on 22 April 2021 for SCMI officials.
Tbilisi, Georgia - KUDO
Technical discussion for Champion Countries on the draft guidance material, ‘ Implementing the GCM: Guidance for governments and all relevant stakeholders ’ and online discussion launch.
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