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IMRF Dialogue -- Government-Civil Society Partnerships on Alternatives to Immigration Detention

Our next Dialogue will raise awareness about the advantages of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) whole-of-society approach. It will highlight examples where governments and civil society have come together to make alternatives to immigration detention (ATD) work, hearing the perspectives of different parties – including reflections on how obstacles have been overcome to make such partnerships work, and hearing from the people directly involved in this implementation. By showcasing these examples, this webinar will promote the potential for replicating locally-adapted versions of government-civil society ATD partnerships, and for utilizing the opportunities for progress on Objective 13 of the GCM offered by the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF).

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Event Category
Online
Main organizer/s
UNICEF
Geographic Scope
Workstream Output
No
Regional Review Process
No
Status
Published

IMRF Dialogue -- Government-Civil Society Partnerships on Alternatives to Immigration Detention

Date: , -

Our next Dialogue will raise awareness about the advantages of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) whole-of-society approach. It will highlight examples where governments and civil society have come together to make alternatives to immigration detention (ATD) work, hearing the perspectives of different parties – including reflections on how obstacles have been overcome to make such partnerships work, and hearing from the people directly involved in this implementation. By showcasing these examples, this webinar will promote the potential for replicating locally-adapted versions of government-civil society ATD partnerships, and for utilizing the opportunities for progress on Objective 13 of the GCM offered by the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF).


*References to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999).