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  • 1 - Datos
  • 2 - Minimizar factores adversos
  • 3 - Proporcionar información
  • 4 - Identidad jurídica y documentación
  • 5 - Vías de migración regular
  • 6 - Contratación y trabajo decente
  • 7 - Reducir vulnerabilidades
  • 8 - Salvar vidas
  • 9 - Combatir el tráfico de migrantes
  • 10 - Erradicar la trata de personas
  • 11 - Gestión de fronteras
  • 12 - Verificación de antecedentes y derivación
  • 13 - Alternativas a la detención
  • 14 - Protección consular
  • 15 - Acceso a los servicios básicos
  • 16 - Inclusión y cohesión social
  • 17 - Eliminar la discriminación
  • 18 - Desarrollo y reconocimiento de competencias
  • 19 - Contribución de migrantes y diásporas
  • 20 - Remesas
  • 21 - Retorno y reintegración dignos
  • 22 - Protección social
  • 23 - Cooperación internacional
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Prácticas por Objetivos del Pacto Mundial

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