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One of the most significant obstacles encountered in the search for missing migrants is the lack of compatibility of data gathered by different actors.
Date of publication:
01 November 2021
This document presents a set of principles to guide interaction between families and a broad range of stakeholders, including states and their various organs, international and non-governmental organizations, and civil society actors, such as associations of families of the missing.
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01 November 2021
This paper captures concrete recommendations for efficient, lean, and harmonised processes which ensure children are protected and can access procedures and solutions in accordance with their best interests.
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01 July 2017
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The set of training materials on access to justice for migrant children were developed as part of the FAIR (Fostering Access to Immigrant children’s Rights) project and were published by the materials on access to justice for migrant children (IJC).
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20 May 2018
This booklet from the Ministry of External Affairs in India provides orientation for prospective migrant workers prior to their departure. It includes information about required bureaucratic procedures and tips for safety abroad, as well as remittances.
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22 July 2019
Coordinator's letter to Member States on the African Regional Review on the Implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM).
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09 November 2020
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This policy brief addresses the question: How should labour migration policies and related work permits be designed in order to effectively promote declared and decent work and social inclusion?...
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31 March 2021
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This flagship report demonstrates how social security institutions worldwide are innovating to adapt to the digital economy and new forms of work, tackle demographic changes, extending coverage and meeting growing public expectations. The last chapter is focused on the protection of migrant workers.
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14 October 2019
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Preventing Crises, Creating Prospects, Protecting People
Over the last decade, the global number of displaced persons has nearly doubled, whereas the number of people displaced by crises and conflicts or natural disasters within their country (IDPs) has increased even more.
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18 May 2021
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This snapshot offers an analysis of the needs and challenges of refugees and migrants in northern Italy (Piedmont and Liguria regions).
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12 April 2021
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The publication "Indigenous Warao in Brazil: contributions from anthropology for the protection of indigenous refugees and migrants" gathers data from four years of research on the Warao in Brazil, excerpts from statements by indigenous people, references to anthropological literature produced in...
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09 June 2021
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The "Pocket Guide" resource package V2.0 is a joint GBV Guidelines and GBV AoR resource designed to provide all humanitarian practitioners with concrete information on how to support a survivor of gender-based violence who disclosed to you in a context where there is no gender-based violence actor...
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16 February 2021
This report explores the ways in which seven countries have organised their consular services for citizens residing or traveling abroad.
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01 January 2019
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The European Convention on Human Rights and European Union law provide an increasingly important framework for the protection of the rights of foreigners.
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16 December 2020
The Border Management & Security (BMS) Programme of the International Centre for Migration Policy Development chiefly supports border and migration-related agencies in institutional development and capacity-building activities.
This recurrent study is the third since 2012 that seeks to monitor changes in integration outcomes.
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09 December 2018
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The report argues for an “integrated approach”, adequately involving different levels of government, NGOs and partners in countries of origin and transit and underlines that all these stakeholders’ involvement and interconnectedness is crucial for developing effective integration policies.
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07 November 2018
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This document aims to support States in the EU and EFTA in applying the best interests principle as a primary consideration when dealing with unaccompanied and separated children in their territory.
This Handbook is not meant to provide a single methodology for the provision of assistance to victims of trafficking, but to offer suggestions and guidance, based on IOM’s many years of experience.
Date of publication:
01 January 2007
This report is the first attempt by international organizations to measure child labour, forced labour and human trafficking in global supply chains.
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12 November 2019
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