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UNMN Argentina Work plan (2021-2022) in dialogue with the Global Compact for Migration, 2030 Agenda and UNSDCF for Argentina (2021-2025 )

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UNMN Argentina Work plan (2021-2022) in dialogue with the Global Compact for Migration, 2030 Agenda and UNSDCF for Argentina (2021-2025 )

This document is intended to set out how the work of the United Nations Network on Migration in Argentina is related to different current regulatory and cooperation frameworks and, show how they dialogue with each other and what synergies operate among them. In this way, the cooperative work of the Agencies, Funds and Programs that make up the Network in Argentina complements and empowers itself to provide support to the Argentine Government in the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration. 

Date de publication
Type de ressource
Public cible
All
Auteur
UNMN Argentina
Langue
Échelle géographique
Nationale
Argentina
Produit d’un groupe de travail
Yes
Processus d’examen régional
Non
Réseaux nationaux/régionaux
Country Network
Objectifs Pacte mondial pour la migration
ODD
SDG.5 - Gender Equality
SDG.10 - Reduced Inequalities
SDG.17 - Partnerships For The Goals
Indicateurs ODD
Indicator 10.7.1
Indicator 10.7.2
Mots-clés
International and Regional Cooperation
État
Publié

UNMN Argentina Work plan (2021-2022) in dialogue with the Global Compact for Migration, 2030 Agenda and UNSDCF for Argentina (2021-2025 )

This document is intended to set out how the work of the United Nations Network on Migration in Argentina is related to different current regulatory and cooperation frameworks and, show how they dialogue with each other and what synergies operate among them. In this way, the cooperative work of the Agencies, Funds and Programs that make up the Network in Argentina complements and empowers itself to provide support to the Argentine Government in the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration. 


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