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The United Nations Network on Migration is committed to supporting all partners in pursuit of the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, recognizing that this cooperative framework provides an invaluable tool for ensuring inclusive, collective responses to...
Date of publication:
29 October 2020
Information Type:
This information sheet provides an overview of the key health-related GCM commitments and actions, as well as selected examples of IOM action in supporting Member States in implementation and capacity building for migration health programmes.
Date of publication:
01 January 2020
Many migrants in an irregular situation tend to live and work in the shadows, afraid to complain, denied rights and freedoms that we take for granted, and disproportionately vulnerable to discrimination and marginalization.
Date of publication:
31 December 2014
Information Type:
Around the world, migrants, especially irregular migrants, increasingly face barriers to accessing essential services that are indispensable to their survival and basic dignity, such as health care, shelter, food and legal assistance.
Date of publication:
05 July 2018
Source:
Information Type:
This guide is designed to serve government actors, both national and local, involved in any process of Sustainable Development Goal implementation, including those working specifically in migration, and those working in other sectors who are interested in integrating migration.
Date of publication:
01 October 2018
The global report explores the impacts of COVID-19 on access to basic services for migrants, examining how risks, vulnerabilities and challenges have been exacerbated by the pandemic and outlining main obstacles (legal, practical, administrative, etc.) to access.
Date of publication:
10 September 2020
Source:
Information Type:
This publication stresses the coherence and complementarity between the Guidelines on decentralization and strengthening of local authorities and the Guidelines on access to basic services. Both guidelines may now be adapted to the specific country situations.
Date of publication:
31 December 2009
This information sheet provides an overview of the connections between migration health and the different sustainable development goals, as well as selected examples of IOM activities towards the SDGs.
Date of publication:
31 August 2020
Information Type:
This statement clarifies that all migrants, regardless of their migration status, are entitled to enjoy economic, social and cultural rights without discrimination.
Date of publication:
13 March 2017
Information Type:
This information sheet explains why a migrant-inclusive universal health coverage is important, how it relates to the SDGs and how IOM works together with Member States and other partners towards achieving migrant-inclusive UHC.
Date of publication:
30 November 2019
This information sheet explains IOM’s mission and approach to health, and it gives an overview of the three programmatic areas of the Migration Health Division.
Date of publication:
31 December 2019
This information sheet gives an overview over the different pre-migration health activities IOM provides, as well as other HAP services. Further HAP information sheets exist also on vaccination services and response to COVID-19.
Date of publication:
31 July 2020
IOM contributes to the promotion of mental health and psychosocial well-being of migrants and host communities, through programs, and activities aiming in accompanying the re-definition of social, professional, family and interpersonal roles.
Date of publication:
03 October 2019
The report presents the results of the assessment of the range and types of IOM’s education and vocational training programmes as of December 2017.
Date of publication:
31 December 2018
Information Type:
The IFRC concept of humanitarian service points (HSP) refers to initiatives aiming to provide essential services to migrants experiencing vulnerabilities during their journeys – irrespective of status - without fear of arrest or being reported to the authorities.
Date of publication:
31 December 2019
Source:
Housing is a human right; with many migrants in vulnerable situations living in underserviced and informal settlements, along local populations, improving living conditions is critical.
Date of publication:
31 December 2017
‘Housing at the Centre’ aims to shift the focus from simply building houses to a holistic framework for housing development, orchestrated with urban planning practice and placing people and human rights at the forefront of urban sustainable development.
Date of publication:
31 December 2016
This handbook has been written to provide medical examiners with: an overview of the migration health assessment process, guidance on conditions of importance for health assessments, and a standardised process to obtain appropriate, accurate and comprehensive information.
Date of publication:
13 December 2020
Migrants face barriers in accessing health services, whether due to restrictive legislation, prohibitive cost, a lack of knowledge or fear.
Date of publication:
31 December 2019
Information Type:
As most migrants move to cities, city leaders need cross-sectoral, migrant inclusive strategies and strong tools for planning services and their public spaces.
Date of publication:
31 December 2018

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