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Progress Declaration of the First International Migration Review Forum, adopted by consensus by the UN General Assembly.
Date of publication:
25 August 2022
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Dos polos regionales de atracción, Santiago de Chile y la Ciudad de México son hogar y tierra de tránsito y de retorno para muchos migrantes y refugiados de varias partes del mundo.
Date of publication:
05 October 2021
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Cities are at the heart of a mosaic of relationships between our globalized societies and an ever-evolving international migration.
Date of publication:
05 October 2021
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On 28 October 2021, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand, and the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Philippines, in collaboration with the Regional UN Network on Migration for Asia and the Pacific, convened an online regional consultation on “Promoting Access...
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22 June 2022
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The GFMD Mayors Mechanism – co-steered by United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), the Mayors Migration Council (MMC), and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) – submits its Position Paper for Roundtable 3.
Date of publication:
31 May 2022
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During the first-ever UN International Migration Review Forum (IMRF), the Mayors Mechanism, in partnership with UNHCR, launched a Call to Local Action for Migrants and Refugees and issued this report on Localization of the Global Compacts to capture the continued political commitment and vast...
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20 May 2022
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The UN Network on Migration has developed this publication on anti-discrimination and COVID-19 relief access for migrants to advance inclusive and gender-responsive responses to COVID-19. The tool provides a snapshot of issues, challenges, and promising practices across regions.
Date of publication:
27 April 2022
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Within the process for the first International Migration Forum Review, the Spanish partnership composed by the following NGOs and Civil Society Organisations: Alianza por la Solidaridad, Fundación Cepaim, Médicos del Mundo, Red Acoge y Rumiñahui, we are pleased to share with you the following shadow...
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31 March 2022
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Cover photo: Bhola slum, Dhaka, started to be built by migrants affected by river erosion, many of them lost their land to the river. Nowadays the population of the slam is a mixture of economical and climate change migrants. Amanda Nero / IOM. Southern Asia, Bangladesh.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with UN-Habitat with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
Cover photo: Muse Mohammed/IOM. Burco, Somalia. Description: Nour Abdi Garaad is a return migrant to Burco, Somalia who has now set up his own shop in the town centre selling garments.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with ILO with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Cover photo: Benjamin Suomela/IOM. Ranong, Thailand. Description: Immigrant children learn about safe migration through interactive games at a Migrant Learning Centre in Ranong, Thailand.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with ILO, UNESCO, and UNICEF with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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This reports look at the outcomes and recommendations of the Consultation with Academia held in preparation for the Regional Review for Africa.
Date of publication:
27 February 2022
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The purpose of this document is to translate UNICEF’s Agenda for Action to the local level.
Date of publication:
23 February 2022
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Youth on the move across continents represent a unique, yet largely untapped pool of talent, ideas and entrepreneurship.
Date of publication:
15 July 2021
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Today, the world is facing compounding humanitarian, environmental and economic crises that have spurred the migration and displacement of millions of children and their families.
Date of publication:
14 February 2022
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Education unions are defending the right to learn and to teach of newcomers.
Date of publication:
10 December 2018
Why integration matters? the socio-economic consequences of COVID-19 on migrants and communities
Date of publication:
08 February 2022
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The World Migration Report 2022, the eleventh in the world migration report series, has been produced to contribute to increased understanding of migration and mobility throughout the world.
Date of publication:
01 December 2021
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Family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) care—that is, child care provided by relatives, friends, and community members in an unlicensed setting—is the most common form of child care in the United States.
Date of publication:
02 December 2021
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This report seeks to account for the size, evolution and routes of migration movements of highly vulnerable migrants in the Americas from the Caribbean, Latin America and other Regions; and It highlights how such flows are based on a set of factors and a diversity of migrants, and also on recent...
Date of publication:
01 October 2021
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