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The International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families was signed in 1990 and entered into force in 2003.
Date of publication:
18 December 1990
Information Type:
International treaty that provides a framework for consular relations between sovereign countries, providing guidance on establishing, maintaining and terminating consular relations, structure of consular posts and privileges and immunities of consular staff, and communication to their nationals in...
Date of publication:
24 April 1963
Information Type:
The draft articles published by the International Law Commission are largely a codification of the customary international law on diplomatic protection.
Date of publication:
31 December 2006
Information Type:
The document provides a snapshot on the status and availability of consular assistance services during COVID-19 and how migrants can utilize these facilities.
Date of publication:
13 December 2020
The article explains the relationship between statelessness and migration, talks about how IOM contributes both to providing assistance to stateless migrants and to preventing migrants from becoming stateless in the first place, and it also gives recommendations on how to prevent statelessness.
Date of publication:
07 May 2019
Source:
Information Type:
The Directive provides guidance on when EU citizens, in distress, in a non-EU country can approach the embassies or consulates of another EU country, when their own country is not represented.
Date of publication:
20 April 2015
Information Type:
The Advisory opinion issued by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on request by Mexico to clarify the application of the Vienna Convention on Consular relations, specifically in death penalty cases.
Date of publication:
01 October 1999
Information Type:
The Guidelines provides information on how ASEAN members states can provide assistance to nationals of another member state during crisis.
Date of publication:
13 November 2018
Source:
A practical guide to legislations and good practices when dealing with suspected and proven cases of human trafficking, specifically to identify, assist and interview victims of trafficking.
Date of publication:
25 May 2011
This Handbook covers the special needs of eight groups of prisoners, which have a particularly vulnerable status in prisons.
Date of publication:
01 March 2009
Information sheet on the consular and citizen services, initiatives and tools of IOM available for supporting governments.
Date of publication:
13 December 2020
Review of implementation of the GCM in Algeria
Date of publication:
20 September 2021
Information Type:
The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) (General Assembly Resolution 73/195) calls for review of the progress of “implementing the Global Compact in the framework of the United Nations through a State-led approach and with the participation of all relevant stakeholders”...
Date of publication:
18 November 2020
Information Type:
Submission of the Republic of Mauritius to the GCM Africa Regional Review Process
Date of publication:
25 August 2021
Source:
Information Type:
Rapport national volontaire soumis par le gouvernement de la Côte d'Ivoire sur ses progrès dans la mise en œuvre du Pacte mondial pour des migrations sûres, ordonnées et régulières, avant l'examen régional pour l'Afrique qui aura lieu en août 2021.
Date of publication:
20 August 2021
Information Type:
This first open access book in a series of three volumes provides an in-depth analysis of social protection policies that EU Member States make accessible to resident nationals, non-resident nationals and non-national residents.
Date of publication:
31 December 2020
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Information Type:
Rapport national volontaire soumis par le gouvernement du Cameroon sur ses progrès dans la mise en œuvre du Pacte mondial pour des migrations sûres, ordonnées et régulières, avant l'examen régional pour l'Afrique qui aura lieu en juillet 2021.
Date of publication:
30 July 2021
Source:
Information Type:
Voluntary national report submitted by the government of Guinea Bissau on its progress on the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, ahead of the regional review for Africa that will take place in July 2021.
Date of publication:
23 June 2021
Information Type:
Voluntary national report submitted by the government of Morocco on its progress on the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, ahead of the regional review for Africa that will take place in July 2021.
Date of publication:
20 June 2021
Information Type:
Voluntary national report submitted by the government of Ghana on its progress on the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, ahead of the regional review for Africa that will take place in July 2021.
Date of publication:
31 May 2021
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