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1 – Données

2 – Lutter contre les facteurs négatifs

3 – Fourniture d’informations

4 – Identité légale et papiers

5 – Filières de migration régulière

6 – Recrutement et travail décent

7 – Réduire la vulnérabilité

8 – Sauver des vies

9 – Combattre le trafic de migrants

10 – Éradiquer la traite de personnes

11 – Gérer les frontières

12 – Contrôle, évaluation et orientation

13 – Alternatives à la rétention

14 – Protection consulaire

15 – Accès aux services de base

16 – Intégration et cohésion sociale

17 – Éliminer les discriminations

18 – Perfectionnement et reconnaissance des qualifications

19 – Contributions des migrants et diaspora

20 – Envois de fonds

21 – Retour digne et réintégration durable

22 – Protection sociale

23 – Coopération internationale

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The Committee considered the second periodic report of the Philippines (CMW/C/PHL/2) at its 249th and 250th meetings (CMW/C/SR.249 and SR.250), held on 3 and 4 April 2014. At its 260th meeting (CMW/C/SR.260), held on 11 April 2014, the Committee adopted the following concluding observations.
The Network Global communications strategy outlines five main objectives and several activities to be carried out between now and 2023.
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01 juillet 2021
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This is the Network's Global Communications Strategy - 2021 - 2023
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01 juillet 2021
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The live webinar will tackle different topics, in relation to migration; the concept of borders, sea rescue and saving lives, discrimination, xenophobia and counternarratives, with a particular focus on COVID-19, while taking into consideration the Global Compact for Migration and the New EU Pact on...
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10 mai 2021
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The terms migrant smuggling and human trafficking are often used synonymously in public discussions and the media, but are distinct categories in international law and academic research.
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31 décembre 2016
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This working paper reviews the major theoretical and conceptual approaches to human smuggling.
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01 janvier 2013
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This discussion paper explores the rise of mixed, irregular migration with particular focus on the role of smuggling and trafficking in both facilitating that movement and influencing its impact.
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01 novembre 2015
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This working paper sets the context of immigration detention of children, presenting its negative effects and giving recommendations on how to prevent it, affirming that it is possible, only that it requires political will and states to engage actors beyond migration and border control authorities.
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01 février 2019
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The Financial Times observed in an editorial in January 2015 that “(T)the Libyan diaspora, a repository of enormous talent, remains largely untapped ”.
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11 novembre 2020
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This working paper contributes to the necessary process of refining the way in which projects promoting diaspora engagement are designed.
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03 août 2015
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This document was originally prepared as a background paper for the ILO Workshop on the role of social partners in skills development, recognition and matching for migrant workers: A contribution to the Global Skills Partnership.
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25 août 2020
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The discussion paper reviews three types of migration, namely forced, labour and environmental migration.
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03 septembre 2019
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This report was prepared as a thematic background paper to inform discussions at the 11th AFML on how to maximize positive impacts of digitalization to promote wellbeing of migrant workers.
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22 juillet 2019
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This paper is part of the IOM Migration Research Leaders Syndicate’s contribution toward the Global Compact for Migration.
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07 août 2017
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This report is produced by UN Women’s Economic Empowerment Section for the “Promoting and Protecting Women Migrant Workers’ Labour and Human Rights” Project, supported by the European Union.
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05 septembre 2016
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This paper analyzes the implications of migration rules, regulations, and policies in Sri Lanka, in the country’s efforts to integrate gender perspectives into migration issues.
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03 décembre 2018
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This paper introduces the idea of a “core rights” approach for global governance of international labour migration. In the context of low ratification numbers of international conventions, Ruhs proposes a debate around what a shorter list of core rights may look like.
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01 janvier 2017
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This background paper provides a review of existing law, policy and practice on the temporary humanitarian protection of migrants in the context of disasters in select countries of North and South America.
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01 janvier 2016
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30 juin 2020
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This paper is part of the IOM Migration Research Leaders Syndicate’s contribution toward the Global Compact for Migration.
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04 juillet 2017
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