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Esta Nota Orientativa es un documento técnico que tiene como fin: i) Orientar el posicionamiento de la Red sobre la integración socioeconómica de personas refugiadas, migrantes, retornadas y población de acogida en Perú y ii) Proporcionar criterios técnicos a tomadores de decisión, funcionarios,...
This ILO guide aim to enable governments, in collaboration with social partners and other relevant stakeholders, to meet GCM objective 22, 'Establish mechanisms for the portability of social security entitlements and earned benefits' by highlighting the standards underpinning this objective,...
This handbook has been written to provide medical examiners with: an overview of the migration health assessment process, guidance on conditions of importance for health assessments, and a standardised process to obtain appropriate, accurate and comprehensive information.
This booklet aims to serve as a practical guide to implementing the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) by exploring each of the 23 GCM objectives to break the Compact down into accessible parts with ideas for implementation.
This resource bank compiles essential tools and practical guidance from multiple international agencies on key issues and challenges related to the impacts of the pandemic on migrant inclusion and integration.
This information sheet provides an overview of the key health-related GCM commitments and actions, as well as selected examples of IOM action in supporting Member States in implementation and capacity building for migration health programmes.
This information sheet explains IOM’s mission and approach to health, and it gives an overview of the three programmatic areas of the Migration Health Division.
The Handbook is intended to support case managers, service providers, communities, humanitarian and development actors, States and other actors working to provide protection and assistance to migrants vulnerable to violence, exploitation and abuse.
Based on a training module used in Italy, this manual provides training to support migrants’ and diaspora associations as they design and implement development projects in their countries of origin, following the project lifecycle.
This information sheet explains why a migrant-inclusive universal health coverage is important, how it relates to the SDGs and how IOM works together with Member States and other partners towards achieving migrant-inclusive UHC.
This guide is designed to serve government actors, both national and local, involved in any process of Sustainable Development Goal implementation, including those working specifically in migration, and those working in other sectors who are interested in integrating migration.
The JMDI Toolbox (and e-course) is the most comprehensive toolkit for all stakeholders working on migration and development at the local level, including local and national authorities, civil society, migrants’ associations, academia, international organizations and others.
Date of publication:
31 December 2017
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