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Date of publication:
05 mai 2022
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Date of publication:
11 avril 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...
Date of publication:
31 mars 2022
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This report by PICUM analyses states’ legal obligations in relation to immigration detention and vulnerability, and draws concrete recommendations on how to ensure that migration policies refrain from creating or exacerbating situations of vulnerability.
Date of publication:
01 mars 2021
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The purpose of this paper is to raise awareness of existing international standards and commitments related to regularization as well as to identify key trends and noteworthy practices, including recent practices in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Date of publication:
01 août 2021
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This document provides an overview of measures adopted by EU member states and some countries outside the EU in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and foreseen economic downturn, about which PICUM has been informed by its members or has learned of through regular media monitoring.
Date of publication:
01 mars 2020
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This manual is not only useful for policy makers and policy people; it gives hope to undocumented people like us across Europe.
This report seeks to support and disseminate such policies, by presenting several promising examples from governments at all levels, alongside some available data and relevant policy documents at EU level.
Date of publication:
01 janvier 2018
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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 septembre 2019
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The aim of this report is to take step back and analyse how undocumented children’s daily lives are impacted by their residence status, how that impacts their well-being and development, and which policy changes might therefore be necessary.
Date of publication:
01 mars 2021
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Country Terms of Reference
Date of publication:
27 janvier 2022
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These guidelines on coordination and information-exchange mechanisms for the search for missing migrants offer recommendations and examples from a wide range of existing practices on how to design efforts to clarify the fate and whereabouts of migrants who have gone missing along migratory routes.
Date of publication:
02 novembre 2021
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This inventory includes metadata on various quantitative and qualitative sources of information on Syrian migration to Europe in 2011-21 that can be used for the purposes of modelling migration.
Date of publication:
11 décembre 2021
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The Committee considered the third periodic report of Azerbaijan at its 464th and 465th meetings, held on 4 and 5 October 2021. At its 472nd meeting, held on 8 October 2021, it adopted the following concluding observations.
Date of publication:
02 novembre 2021
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The Committee considered the third periodic report of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CMW/C/BIH/3) at its 433rd and 434th meetings (CMW/C/SR.433 and 434), held on 3 and 4 September 2019. At its 443rd meeting, held on 11 September 2019, it adopted the present concluding observations.
Date of publication:
05 novembre 2019
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Albania (CMW/C/ALB/2) at its 411th and 412th meetings (CMW/C/SR.411 and CMW/C/SR.412), held on 1 and 2 April 2019. At its 429th meeting, held on 12 April 2019, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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09 mai 2019
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The Committee considered the initial report of Turkey (CMW/C/TUR/1) at its 314th and 315th meetings (see CMW/C/SR.314 and 315), held on 14 and 15 April 2016. At its 325th meeting, held on 22 April 2016, it adopted the present concluding observations.
Date of publication:
21 mai 2016
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The Committee considered the initial report of Kyrgyzstan (CMW/C/KGZ/1) at its 273rd and 274th meetings (CMW/C/SR.273 and 274), held on 13 and 14 April 2015, and adopted, at its 287th meeting, held on 22 April 2015, the following concluding observations.
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22 mai 2015
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Azerbaijan (CMW/C/AZE/2) at its 218th and 219th meetings (see CMW/C/SR.218 and 219), held on 11 and 12 September 2012. At its 230th meeting, held on 25 April 2013, the Committee adopted the following concluding observations.
Date of publication:
27 mai 2013
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CMW/C/BIH/2) at its 207th and 208th meetings (CMW/C/SR.207 and 208), held on 11 and 12 September 2012. At its 211th meeting, held on 13 September 2012, the Committee adopted the following concluding observations.
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26 septembre 2012
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