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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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Sustainable development

Cross-cutting theme in the Global Compact for Migration 

The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is based on a set of cross-cutting and interdependent guiding principles. This page provides resources for the guiding principle of Sustainable Development

“The Global Compact is rooted in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and builds upon its recognition that migration is a multidimensional reality of major relevance for the sustainable development of countries of origin, transit and destination, which requires coherent and comprehensive responses. Migration contributes to positive development outcomes and to realizing the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, especially when it is properly managed. The Global Compact aims to leverage the potential of migration for the achievement of all Sustainable Development Goals, as well as the impact this achievement will have on migration in the future” (GCM, 2018: para. 15) 

Migration is a cross-cutting issue, relevant to all the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Out of the 17 Goals, 10 contain targets and indicators that align with migration or mobility. The GCM recognizes that when properly managed, migration contributes to positive development outcomes. The GCM’s 23 objectives, commitments and subsequent actions therefore provide a robust framework to support governments and other actors to achieve the migration dimensions of the SDGs. The adoption of the GCM and the creation of the UN Network on Migration presents a significant opportunity to leverage the positive relationship between migration and development to achieve the 2030 Agenda. This in turn will ensure that migration is an integral aspect of all development efforts. 

 

Sustainable Development in the text of the Global Compact 

The guiding principle of Sustainable Development is also mentioned in the following sections of the GCM: 

  • Preamble, para. 2 and 6 
  • Vision and Guiding Principles, para. 8, 10, 12 and 15
  • Objective 1, para. 17(d): Collect and utilize accurate and disaggregated data as a basis for evidence -based policies
  • Objective 2, para. 18(a)(b)(d): Minimize the adverse drivers and structural factors that compel people to leave their country of origin
  • Objective 19, para. 35c): Create conditions for migrants and diasporas to fully contribute to sustainable development in all countries
  • Objective 20, para. 36(a): Promote faster, safer and cheaper transfer of remittances and foster financial inclusion of migrants
  • Objective 21, para. 37(h): Cooperate in facilitating safe and dignified return and readmission, as well as sustainable reintegration
  • Objective 23, para. 39(b): Strengthen international cooperation and global partnerships for safe, orderly and regular migration
  • Implementation, para. 42 
  • Follow-up and Review, para. 49  

The Global Compact for Migration (GCM) report is available in AR, ZH, EN, FR, RU, ES.

    Ressources

    This UNDP publication recommends actions for policymakers to enhance the benefits and reduce the costs of human mobility to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
    Date of publication:
    21 octobre 2020
    Information Type:
    In the report we collate, and draw out key findings from, a series of twelve ODI policy briefings which analyse the interrelationship between migration and key development areas.
    Date of publication:
    03 septembre 2018
    Information Type:

    Vidéos

    Close to 190 countries are set to adopt the groundbreaking UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.
    UNDP's new report on "Human Mobility, Shared Opportunities: A Review of the 2009 Human Development Report and the Way Ahead" looks back at the last decade of progress and reversals, and assesses how future policy responses could facilitate safe, orderly, and regular migration to boost development.

    Projets

    The joint IOM-UNDP Global Programme on Making Migration Work for Sustainable Development (2019-2023), funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, aims to harness the development benefits and reduce negative effects of migration for host and home communities, migrants and their family
    MIGNEX – Aligning Migration Management and the Migration–Development Nexus – is a five-year research project (2018–2023) with the core ambition of creating new knowledge on migration, development and policy. It involves researchers at nine institutions in Europe, Africa and Asia.

    Événements

    Virtual launch of the Lancet Migration European Regional Hub, co-hosted by the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies.
    22 juin 2021, 12:00 to 1:15 PM
    The conference presents results of the Joint Research Centre (JRC) Exploratory Research Activity (ERA) “International migrants in functional urban areas.
    9 décembre 2021, 9:00 to 10:45 AM

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