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This debriefing session was intended for Member States’ and other stakeholders’ representatives to share their feedback on their experience at, and in preparation for, the IMRF 2022 – including on the GCM Capacity Building Mechanisms, the support received by the UN Network on Migration, UN Country
Ashgabat
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IOM Armenia’s Head of Office Ms.
Yerevan
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On 30 June 2022, the debriefing session of post- International Migration Review Forum was held for representatives of the government agencies, UN, Civil society organizations, experts, and other stakeholders in Baku. The session was intended for the participants to share their feedback on their experience at, and in preparation for, the IMRF 2022 – including on the GCM Capacity Building Mechanisms, the support received by the UN Network on Migration, UN Country Teams and/or UN Country Networks on Migration, and IOM.
Baku Azerbaijan
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On June 9-11 IOM organized capacity building workshop for NGOs, who have united to form Advocacy Network for Migration Issues (ANMI) under the EMERGE Project, funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway.
Tbilisi - Georgia
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May 24-25, 2022, International Organization for Migration (IOM) – the UN Migration Agency, Mission to Turkmenistan in partnership with Ministry of Foreign Affairs and State Migration Service of Turkmenistan organized a national workshop on using migration data for national planning and strategy
Ashgabat
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The Side event aims to solidify the importance and necessity of community-based work with the best practices of The Turkish Red Crescent.

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This side event, co-sponsored by the governments of Canada, Ecuador, Germany, Mexico, and the Philippines, in partnership with the Women in Migration Network and the Gender + Migration Hub, brings together stakeholders around the goal of building capacity for the operationalization and

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The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration(GCM) rests on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the international human rights instruments.

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The proposed side-event will support the discussions of the International Migration Review Forum by providing an original, sub-regional perspective on how to advance the implementation of the Global Compact with a particular focus on the GCM’s guiding principle of child-sensitivity.

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There are over 280 million international migrants, in which 35.5 million are children; many in irregular and precarious situations, often without full enjoyment of the right to health or access to healthcare.

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The main objective of the event is to identify the common gaps and challenges for strengthened and enabled integration of returnee women migrant workers especially those who return with incomplete labor migration and are compelled to go through illegal channel of migration.

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This side meeting will provide a space for States and other stakeholders to exchange experiences on working to end child immigration detention, and to hear from others working on this issue, including an advocate with lived experience of immigration detention, a presentation by the International

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The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) contains a promise of participatory processes expressed in its emphasis on a people-centred, human rights based and whole-of-society approach to migration policy4 .

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This side-event will look at the role of Regional Consultative Processes in relation to the Global Compact, including the role that they have played to date in providing a platform for dialogue on the GCM, the challenges and opportunities of aligning their thematic programmes with the GCM’s
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On 11 May 2022, IOM Azerbaijan and the State Migration Service (SMS) organized consultations with participation of representatives of various government agencies entitled “360-degree review of international migration in connection with the implementation of the Global Compact on Migration” dedicated
Baku - Azerbaijan
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On 20 April 2022, IOM Azerbaijan and the State Migration Service (SMS) organized consultations titled “The importance of participation of whole-society in the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) in Azerbaijan” dedicated to the International Migration
Baku - Azerbaijan
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International Organization for Migration (IOM) – the UN Migration Agency, Mission to Turkmenistan in partnership with Ministry of Foreign Affairs and State Migration Service of Turkmenistan organized a two-day workshop for national stakeholders on “Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) and
Ashgabat
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IOM Azerbaijan and the State Migration Service (SMS) organized consultations for representatives of youth organizations on implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) in Azerbaijan dedicated to the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF).
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On 17-18 February 2022, IOM Azerbaijan jointly with the State Migration Service (SMS) organized a two-day regional hybrid course on “International Migration Law” (IML) for the civil servants of migration agencies and other state bodies of 10 regional countries, including Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova,
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On 17-18 February 2022, IOM Azerbaijan jointly with the State Migration Service (SMS) organized a two-day regional hybrid course on “International Migration Law” (IML) for the civil servants of migration agencies and other state bodies of 10 regional countries, including Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova,
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