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Convention on the Rights of the Child: Adopted and opened for signature, ratification and accession by General Assembly resolution 44/25 of 20 November 1989 entry into force 2 September 1990, in accordance with article 49.
Date of publication:
20 November 1989
Information Type:
This quantitative analysis intends to inform a further qualitative research that will be undertaken by OHCHR to provide additional in-depth human rights analysis of the socio-economic impacts on the human rights of migrants in the Agadez region in Niger.
Date of publication:
04 February 2021
Information Type:
“Making a Difference” is a user-friendly tool that explains the basic tenets of human rights in an easy-to-understand and accessible format.
On 6 March 2018, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) organized a one-day expert meeting on the theme "The human rights of migrants in the context of return".
Date of publication:
06 March 2018
Information Type:
In order to promote a strong focus on the human rights of migrants in the lead-up to the 2013 High-Level Dialogue and beyond, the Secretary General tasked the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), in consultation with the Global Migration Group (GMG) and other UN...
Date of publication:
01 January 2014
Information Type:
This study is the first scientific attempt, on the basis of global data, to comprehend the magnitude of the situation of children deprived of liberty, its possible justifications and root causes, as well as conditions of detention and their harmful impact on the health and development of children.
Date of publication:
11 July 2019
Information Type:
This document provides guidance for state authorities on the design and implementation of return procedures that are child rights compliant.
Date of publication:
31 December 2019
Migrants face barriers in accessing health services, whether due to restrictive legislation, prohibitive cost, a lack of knowledge or fear.
Date of publication:
31 December 2019
Information Type:
Many migrants in an irregular situation tend to live and work in the shadows, afraid to complain, denied rights and freedoms that we take for granted, and disproportionately vulnerable to discrimination and marginalization.
Date of publication:
31 December 2014
Information Type:
The Recommended Principles and Guidelines on Human Rights and Human Trafficking, which are included as an addendum to the report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to the Economic and Social Council (E/2002/68/Add.1), have been developed in order to provide practical, rights-based policy...
This publication sheds light on the often hidden experience of irregular migrant domestic workers, and challenges Governments to take appropriate protective measures.
The current public health crisis caused by COVID-19 disproportionately affects people and communities who are already in vulnerable and marginalised situations.
In collaboration with DLA Piper Law Firm, the Center for Legal and Social Studies (CELS, Argentina) and the Center for Human Rights and Citizenship of the Immigrant (CDHIC, Brazil), OHCHR has undertaken a study to better understand how international human rights law can be a ground for migrants’...
Date of publication:
31 December 2018
Information Type:
Parliamentarians have a critical role to play to ensure a meaningful, balanced and informed response to migration.
Date of publication:
07 December 2020
This study was undertaken on behalf of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in collaboration with the Platform on Disaster Displacement (PDD), to advance understanding of the connection between the slow onset adverse effects of climate change, human rights, and...
Date of publication:
31 December 2018
Information Type:
Discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, hate speech and hate crime have a severe impact on the human rights of migrants.
This OHCHR study maps some promising field research-based practices in cities throughout Europe that facilitate access to health care and services for migrants (irregular and regular), as well as for other individuals and groups that fall through the cracks.
Date of publication:
01 January 2019
Information Type:
The OHCHR’s recommended principles and guidelines provides normative guidance on how to translate the international human rights framework into concrete measures that uphold the rights of migrants at international borders.
These Principles and Guidelines provide concrete and operational guidance to assist States to design, implement and monitor migration governance measures that respect and protect the human rights of migrants in vulnerable situations.

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