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Identification of the deceased migrants from Mauritania, related to a shipwrecked vessel found in the coast of Trinidad and TobagoDate: 2021 - ongoing
The case of the shipwrecked vessel found off the island of Tobago in May 2021, with 14 deceased persons' remains, has been closely followed by the...
Assistance and promotion of vulnerable migrants along the entire northern Mediterranean coast of MoroccoDate: 2020 - ongoing
The aim of the initiative is to identify and enhance the capacity of vulnerable migrants in Morocco and Africa as a continent. This includes migrants...
- Date: 2000 - ongoing
The Centre for Indian Migrant Studies (CIMS) is a Non-Governmental Organization that aims to safeguard the rights of international migrant workers...
Desplazamiento interno, migración y retorno en la frontera norte de México: Una perspectiva desde 12 ciudadesDate: 2022 - 2023
Este esfuerzo responde a la necesidad de contar con datos e información desagregada sobre los flujos migratorios de personas mexicanas, donde se...
- Date: 2017 - ongoing
The Gambia is a small country with big migration. Of a population of about 2.2 million, about 10 percent are emigrants. At about 30%, Gambia has the...
- Date: 2022 - ongoing
The Injury2All Campaign is the AFL-CIO’s initiative to organize and protect immigrant workers and to build power on the job and in the community. The...
- Date: 2022 - ongoing
En 2022, la Red de las Naciones Unidas sobre la Migración en Perú como parte de su plan de trabajo 2022 inició un proceso de información...
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