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This brief explains key steps to implement specific procedures and return processes that respect the rights of the child.
Date of publication:
01 September 2019
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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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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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How does integration in the country of settlement matter for diaspora members’ development engagements in the Global South?...
Date of publication:
31 December 2020
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This policy memo provides a brief overview of national and school-level approaches to the inclusion of unaccompanied migrant children in formal education systems across EU Member States. The memo also discusses wider policy responses to the integration of these children into the host societies.
Date of publication:
25 July 2018
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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?...
Date of publication:
31 March 2021
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This policy note summarizes the key impacts of COVID-19 in the Asia-Pacific region and suggests short- and medium-term recommendations for consideration by member States to shape responses for a sustainable future.
This Policy Brief reviews current challenges and good practices of communication on migration and integration in response to the pandemic, drawing from examples of communication campaigns implemented in OECD Member countries in 2020.
Date of publication:
21 December 2020
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French translation of Annex to Policy Brief issued by Thematic Working Group 2.
Date of publication:
12 February 2021
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This brief argues for a more structured understanding of the spectrum of the smuggling industry, and the importance of drawing a distinction between smuggling and trafficking.
Date of publication:
01 September 2016
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This policy brief gives the context and talks about the methodology and data sources for SDG indicator 10.7.2: Number of countries with migration policies to facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people.
Date of publication:
01 October 2019
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A partnership between the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), is resulting in a series of publications aimed at enriching the conversation...
Date of publication:
01 January 2020
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Case management is a structured social work approach to migration management centred on individuals’ engagement with migration procedures.
Date of publication:
01 April 2020
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This briefing presents key facts and figures on why under international and European Union law, alternatives to detention should be the norm, rather than the exception.
Date of publication:
01 April 2020
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With very limited monitoring and evaluation of AVRRs we know little about how well they work and whether the promised support is given. This policy brief outlines some of the compelling reasons to monitor and evaluate AVRRs.
Date of publication:
01 August 2014
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This policy brief addresses people’s post-return vulnerabilities and protection needs beyond refoulement and demonstrates that returns can both exacerbate existing, as well as create new vulnerabilities.
This policy brief outlines the ways in which the compacts address the drivers of migration and makes recommendations to enhance the compacts’ provisions on environmental mobility.
Date of publication:
01 July 2018
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This light guidance was developed by WHO and UNHCR on behalf of the IASC Results Group 4 on Humanitarian-Development Collaboration and in consultation with the UN Joint Steering Committee to Advance Humanitarian and Development Collaboration (JSC).
Date of publication:
01 May 2020
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This policy brief charts the relationship between development and migration policies at the international level and identifies the challenges that will need to be addressed for the compact to be effective.
Date of publication:
01 November 2017
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Governments could provide much-needed relief to remittance service providers (RSPs) and migrant workers by focusing on a number of key interventions.
Date of publication:
01 May 2020
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