Dialogue on preventing and resolving missing migrants cases & addressing the needs of their families
This discussion space is being organized as part of the preparations for the Dialogue ‘Missing migrants, missing solutions? Preventing and resolving missing migrants cases & addressing the needs of their families through the GCM’ on 9 March at 9:30 am New York time/3:30 pm Geneva time. The Dialogue ‘Missing Migrants, Missing Solutions’ will raise awareness about the missing migrant issue and advocate for greater efforts to turn Objective 8 into concrete measures to prevent and resolve cases of missing migrants and address the needs of their families. This Dialogue is co-organized by IOM and ICRC and is part of the UN Migration Network’s Migration Dialogues series ahead of the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF) which will take place in May 2022.
The aim of this discussion space is to gather inputs from a broad range of stakeholders in the preparations for the Dialogue, which will be used to inform the Dialogue and in particular its Q&A session. This discussion space is moderated by IOM, ICRC and the UN Network on Migration Secretariat. To contribute, please respond to the discussion questions below.
- Guiding Principles on Interaction with Families of Missing Migrants (ICRC 2021)
- Core Dataset for the Search for Missing Migrants (ICRC 2021)
- Guidelines on Coordination and Information-Exchange Mechanisms for the Search for Missing Migrants (ICRC 2021)
- Families of Missing Migrants: Their Search for Answers and the Impacts of Loss (IOM 2021)