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The 'left behind' families of absent migrants are a vulnerable and under-served population. A comprehensive approach of top-down protections and policy, with bottom up empowerment, will aim for long- term sustainability through government learning.
This Thematic Working Group aims to help policymakers and other stakeholders better gauge migrant rights by generating globally comparable measures of integration.
The SHARE SIRA project, implemented from January 2021 to December 2022 and co-funded by the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF), fosters inclusive territorial approaches in rural areas in Europe, which are playing an increasingly important role in receiving newcomers.
The project “Combating Human Trafficking along Migration Routes” aims at enhancing the ability of interested participating States and Partners for Co-operation to effectively investigate/prosecute human trafficking and to promptly identify victims of trafficking in human beings (THB) along migration
The Programme aims to strengthen capacities at global, regional and country level to adopt and implement policies, strategies or corresponding programmes that promote sustainable alternatives to migration, support family members that stay behind or enhance the positive impacts of migration for
The Regional Migration Fund (RMF) was set up within the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in 2019 with the objective to improve living conditions, create economic opportunities and strengthen social cohesion of refugees, migrants and host communities in the Horn of Africa region.
The focus of the United Nations’ joint programme (JP) is to strengthen migrant integration and social cohesion, particularly among the populations in vulnerable situations, through targeted engagement and participation of government counterparts, civil society, migrants and host communities in
The three-year project (2017-2020) with funding from the European Union is part of the Rabat Process and aims at promoting good governance of migration and mobility, as well as the protection of the rights of migrants in the ECOWAS region.
This joint programme contributes to facilitating pathways for regular migration in the IGAD region and minimizing displacement risk in the context of climate change, environmental degradation and disasters in line with the vision and guiding principles of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and
The Mayors Dialogue is a city-led initiative that will deliver innovative and practical solutions for human mobility in African and European cities.
Achievements set by initiatives implemented under the Budapest Process translated into an EU funded project that aims at maximising the development potential of migration and mobility within the Silk Routes region and towards major labour receiving countries.
EUDiF is the first EU-funded project that works towards fostering an informed, inclusive and impactful diaspora-development ecosystem on a global scale.
The Regions for Migrants and Refugees Integration – REGIN Project brings together 6 European regions (Azores, Campania, Catalonia, Murcia, Puglia and Skåne) within the wider CPMR regional network and 3 technical partners (CIDOB, Instrategies and the Migration Policy Group).
Established by the UN Network on Migration in May 2019, the Fund is governed by a diverse and inclusive Steering Committee and administered by the UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office.
The joint programme will strengthen capacities of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone for cross-border collaboration on migration and health management in an area where borders of the countries meet.
The INCLUCITIES (2020-2022) project aims at improving the integration of third-country nationals in middle-sized cities through city-to-city cooperation.
Under the EU funding and support the project aims to enhance management of mobility and legal migration between the EU and India, as well as to prevent and address the challenges related to irregular migratory flows.
The OSCE is committed to addressing the migration phenomenon cross-dimensionally and by capitalizing on the added value it can bring to regional and global solutions.
The ‘Returning to New Opportunities’ programme creates prospects – for returnees, internally displaced people and the local population. In the partner countries, the programme offers a wide variety of individual support services.
From 2011 to 2018, this pilot project aimed to mainstream migration into the national development planning and other sectoral policies from a multi-stakeholder and whole-of-government approach. The main outcomes were capacity-building and peer-to-peer leaning among the countries involved.

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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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