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The Global Estimates of Modern Slavery provides a picture of the scale and depth of modern slavery.
Date of publication:
12 September 2022
Information Type:
Seasonal migration and child labour in agriculture
Agricultural production relies heavily on migrant labour across geographies and production systems, from large-scale plantations growing food crops for global supply chains to small-scale pastoralist families following their herds to new pastures depending on seasons.
Date of publication:
01 December 2021
Information Type:
Progress Declaration of the First International Migration Review Forum, adopted by consensus by the UN General Assembly.
Date of publication:
25 August 2022
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This infosheet provides a snapshot of the activities, objectives and structure of the Regional Data Hub at IOM's Reginal Office for West and Central Africa.
Date of publication:
31 December 2021
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This is a training course for business enterprises seeking practical guidance on how to recruit and employ migrant workers responsibly within their operations and supply chains.
Date of publication:
25 July 2022
The IFRC commissioned this report as part of its mandate to share knowledge and skills and to ensure that all National Societies have the knowledge, resources and capacities to support vulnerable migrants.
Date of publication:
01 January 2016
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Following on from the first global online peer learning exchange on 17 November 2020, and the second global online peer learning exchange on 29 June 2021, this online workshop – held under the Chatham House Rule – brought together government peers and other key stakeholders from all regions to...
Date of publication:
01 June 2022
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This research report explores and critically examines the short- and longer-term gender implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on migration and the well-being of migrants worldwide.
Date of publication:
14 May 2022
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Recognizing there is no one-size-fits all approach to implementation of the Global Compact, this flexible, self-guided reference document provides a methodology and resources to support member states and stakeholders with GCM implementation, whether through the development of a dedicated national...
Date of publication:
13 May 2022
The Compendium presents the situations that can lead migrant workers into irregularity, the rights of migrant workers in irregular situations, and the relevant international standards and good practice.
Date of publication:
23 December 2021
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The UN Network on Migration has developed this publication on anti-discrimination and COVID-19 relief access for migrants to advance inclusive and gender-responsive responses to COVID-19. The tool provides a snapshot of issues, challenges, and promising practices across regions.
Date of publication:
27 April 2022
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This briefing has been drafted by the Conscious Advertising Network to inform the advertising industry about the “Great Replacement” narrative, which is employed to drive tensions.
Date of publication:
11 April 2022
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Within the process for the first International Migration Forum Review, the Spanish partnership composed by the following NGOs and Civil Society Organisations: Alianza por la Solidaridad, Fundación Cepaim, Médicos del Mundo, Red Acoge y Rumiñahui, we are pleased to share with you the following shadow...
Date of publication:
31 March 2022
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More than 2,100 migrants have died in West Africa and on overseas routes from the region to Europe since 2014, according to data from IOM’s Missing Migrants Project (MMP).
Date of publication:
01 April 2022
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Cover photo: Benjamin Suomela/IOM. Ranong, Thailand. Description: Immigrant children learn about safe migration through interactive games at a Migrant Learning Centre in Ranong, Thailand.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with ILO, UNESCO, and UNICEF with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Education unions are defending the right to learn and to teach of newcomers.
Date of publication:
10 December 2018
The Thematic Working Group 6 on Access to Services of the United Nations Network on Migration has produced a new document on promising practices in the provision of essential services to migrants.
Date of publication:
15 February 2022
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One of the most significant obstacles encountered in the search for missing migrants is the lack of compatibility of data gathered by different actors.
Date of publication:
01 November 2021
This document presents a set of principles to guide interaction between families and a broad range of stakeholders, including states and their various organs, international and non-governmental organizations, and civil society actors, such as associations of families of the missing.
Date of publication:
01 November 2021
These guidelines on coordination and information-exchange mechanisms for the search for missing migrants offer recommendations and examples from a wide range of existing practices on how to design efforts to clarify the fate and whereabouts of migrants who have gone missing along migratory routes.
Date of publication:
02 November 2021

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