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Training for Policy Makers and Practitioners on Migration, Environment, Climate Change and AdaptationDate: 2013 - ongoing
Environmental factors have long had an impact on global migration flows, as people have historically left places with harsh or deteriorating...
- Date: 2000 - ongoing
The Centre for Indian Migrant Studies (CIMS) is a Non-Governmental Organization that aims to safeguard the rights of international migrant workers...
- Date: 2022 - ongoing
The Migrant Council under the State Migration Service of the Republic of Azerbaijan was established to ensure more active participation of migrants...
- Date: 2020 - ongoing
The early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic posed several challenges to many governments. As a country of origin, the Philippines was among those...
- Date: 2021 - 2030
The Government of the Kyrgyz Republic has approved the Concept of Migration Policy 2021-2030 under Resolution No. 191 on 4 May 2021. The aim of the...
- Date: 2015 - 2018
UNDP five pillar approach to engage migrants in the development of their native communities back home aims to connect emigrants with their native...
Establishment of “Migration Volunteers” Public Union to facilitate mutual understanding and appreciation of migrant cultures and those of destinationDate: 2019 - ongoing
The “Migration Volunteer” Project was launched on February 7, 2019 at the initiative of the Chief of the State Migration Service, and on June 28, 2019...
- Date: 2019 - 2021
The project ‘Reintegration Support to Azerbaijani Returnees’ (RESTART) was implemented by the International Centre for migration Policy Development...Main Implementing Organizations
- Date: 2015 - ongoing
The State Migration Service of the Republic of Azerbaijan started to receive electronic applications for registration of foreigners and stateless...
- Date: 2021 - ongoing
Migrant workers and their families have been among the most affected by COVID-19 while they have been also at the forefront of the COVID-19 response...
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