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This paper captures concrete recommendations for efficient, lean, and harmonised processes which ensure children are protected and can access procedures and solutions in accordance with their best interests.
Date of publication:
01 juillet 2017
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The publication "Indigenous Warao in Brazil: contributions from anthropology for the protection of indigenous refugees and migrants" gathers data from four years of research on the Warao in Brazil, excerpts from statements by indigenous people, references to anthropological literature produced in...
Date of publication:
09 juin 2021
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This issue focuses on the impacts of forced displacement on education outcomes for internally displaced populations, refugees and their host communities.
Date of publication:
01 décembre 2020
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UNHCR guidance regarding law of the sea, non-refoulement, and rescue and interception at sea.
Practical guidance on principles and practices regarding rescue at sea as applied to refugees and migrants.
This training manual provides guidance on Protection-Sensitive Entry Systems which has a broader meaning than the commonly used term “border control” and captures the fact that migration policies and strategies regulating access to territory have undergone significant changes and now include...
This study provides a comparative review of migration, nationality and statelessness in the 15 ECOWAS countries.
Date of publication:
01 juin 2015
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This Background Note provides information about gender equality in legal provisions in nationality laws which relate to conferral of nationality to children.
Date of publication:
14 juillet 2020
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Coming Together for Refugee Education' is the fifth annual education report from UNHCR. The 2019 data in the report is based on reporting from twelve countries hosting more than half of the world’s refugee children.
Date of publication:
31 décembre 2019
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Building on the practice of strengthening national child protection systems and on 10 years of implementation of UNHCR’s Guidelines on Determining the Best Interests of the Child (Best Interests Determination (BID) Guidelines) (May 2008), these updated BIP Guidelines replace both the 2008 BID...
This document aims to support States in the EU and EFTA in applying the best interests principle as a primary consideration when dealing with unaccompanied and separated children in their territory.
This White Paper analyzes various migration and development-related policies and initiatives around the world to identify the key success factors that allow for the integration, or mainstreaming, of migration into local development planning.
Date of publication:
22 décembre 2015
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These guidelines aim to assist local and regional authorities in enhancing their efforts to mainstream migration, into all governance areas, for enhanced policy coherence in migration and development.
Date of publication:
31 décembre 2017
This inter-agency document offers practical guidance to policymakers and development partners on leveraging entrepreneurship as an effective way to include migrants and refugees in local economies.
The Regional Guidelines provide concrete recommendations on how States can identify persons in need of international protection and how to link this identification made at the border with concrete protection measures available in each jurisdiction.
This manual is designed to facilitate the training of European border and entry officials on the rights of refugees in the context of mixed migration movements. As such, it aims to build the capacity of border agencies to establish “protection-sensitive entry systems” in border areas.
The Inter-agency Guiding Principles on Unaccompanied and Separated Children are intended to guide future action and are based on international human rights, humanitarian and refugee law.
Date of publication:
06 janvier 2004
This screening tool on identifying and addressing situations of vulnerability is intended to help guide and inform frontline workers and decision-makers on the relevance of vulnerability factors to detention decisions, referrals to alternatives to detention, open reception facilities, community...
This report offers a mapping that allows policymakers with an overview of international and regional guidance and tools regarding displacement and climate change.
Date of publication:
01 septembre 2018
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This Toolbox seeks to provide concrete suggestions for States and other actors who are contemplating or planning to relocate people in order to protect them from disasters and environmental change.
Date of publication:
01 janvier 2018

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