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This snapshot seeks to understand the impact of COVID-19 on refugee and migrant women in Tunisia and provides recommendations for how to reduce this impact. It draws from 2,523 surveys with refugees and migrants conducted between July 2020 and January 2021.
This snapshot offers an analysis of the needs and challenges of refugees and migrants in northern Italy (Piedmont and Liguria regions). It is based on 51 interviews conducted in five different locations between January and February 2021.
This quantitative analysis intends to inform a further qualitative research that will be undertaken by OHCHR to provide additional in-depth human rights analysis of the socio-economic impacts on the human rights of migrants in the Agadez region in Niger.
This snapshot offers an analysis on how the impact of the COVID-19 crisis among refugees and migrants in Guatemala and Mexico has changed between July and November of 2020. It is based on 4Mi interviews with refugees and migrants and a few key informant interviews in Guatemala City and Tapachula.
This snapshot offers an analysis on how the trends in assistance needed and received among Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Colombia and Peru have changed since the COVID-19 crisis began.
The journeys of people engaged in mixed migration to and through Libya tend to be long and perilous.
The report looks at how the Compact is being referred to and implemented in the very particular time of not one but three COVID-related global crises. It finds that the crises have both necessitated and generated vibrant multi-actor exchange pertaining to GCM matters.
This report draws on data collected by the Mixed Migration Centre’s 4Mi monitors along the route to map the places where migrants interviewed in 2018 and 2019 most frequently reported deaths and other human rights violations.
Date of publication:
30 July 2020
This briefing paper focuses on the evolving role of smugglers in West Africa’s migration economy, as well as migration and smuggling patterns in West Africa and between West and North Africa.
There are those who seek to apply the experience of the war on drugs to the emerging war on migrant smugglers to warn that such a confrontation carries high costs, low chances of success and would likely lead to an escalation of violence against the migrants themselves.
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The Hub aims to support UN Member States in the implementation, follow-up and review of the Global Compact for Migration by serving as a repository of existing evidence, practices and initiatives, and facilitating access to knowledge sharing via online discussions, an expert database and demand-driven, tailor-made solutions (launching in 2021).
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