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Presentation by Core Working Group 2.2 on National Implementation Plans at the technical meeting of the Champion countries which took place 3 November 2021.
Date of publication:
14 December 2021
Presentation on the Guidance Note prepared by TW4 on BLMAs at the technical meeting of the Champions on 3rd November 2021.
IMRF Pledging Initiative - note
Date of publication:
03 December 2021
Source:
Extending social protection to migrant workers, refugees and their families A guide for policymakers and practitioners.
Date of publication:
08 November 2021
Por ser el primero, este Foro de Examen constituirá una oportunidad única para, dentro del mandato establecido en el Pacto Mundial para la Migración y la resolución conexa sobre las modalidades, ayudar a marcar la pauta y definir los objetivos del Foro de Examen, promover los principios rectores del...
Date of publication:
20 October 2021
Source:
This note outlines Network support to both Member States and stakeholders at the country, regional and global levels, and will be complemented by dedicated guidance on stakeholder engagement and registration. This note includes two annexes.
Date of publication:
20 October 2021
Source:
As this is the first IMRF, there is a unique opportunity, within the remit set by the GCM and the attendant modalities resolution, to help set the tone and ambition of the Forum, uphold the GCM’s guiding principles, and contribute to the delineation of concrete recommendations for the following four...
Date of publication:
18 October 2021
Source:
This note outlines Network support to both Member States and stakeholders at the country, regional and global levels, and will be complemented by dedicated guidance on stakeholder engagement and registration.
Date of publication:
05 October 2021
Source:
This Guidance Note has been developed by Thematic Workstream 3 (TWG3) of the UN Network on Migration to support implementation of these GCM objectives 5 and 7.
This guide explains UNDP’s role in, and commitment to, supporting states to leverage diaspora investments in local development, building on the example of Moldova, which between 2015 and 2018 implemented the Migration and Local Development Project (MiDL), funded by the Government of Switzerland.
Date of publication:
18 December 2020
This Guide has been developed by the OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) as part of its programme on migration and freedom of movement.
Date of publication:
28 January 2019
The set of training materials on access to justice for migrant children were developed as part of the FAIR (Fostering Access to Immigrant children’s Rights) project and were published by the materials on access to justice for migrant children (IJC).
Date of publication:
20 May 2018
The pre-departure training provides information prior to the migrant’s departure on the workers’ rights and responsibilities; the destination country’s culture, laws and policies; accessing support services and complaints mechanisms; sending money home, and return and reintegration.
Date of publication:
31 December 2014
This booklet from the Ministry of External Affairs in India provides orientation for prospective migrant workers prior to their departure. It includes information about required bureaucratic procedures and tips for safety abroad, as well as remittances.
Date of publication:
22 July 2019
Appendix 5 in this publication is on remittances: Economic Concept of Remittances and Why They Are Important; Standard Components in the Balance of Payments Framework Related to Remittances; Supplementary Items Related to Remittances; Related Data Series; Concepts; Data by Partner Economy.
Date of publication:
31 December 2009
This policy guide focuses on the role of entrepreneurship in enhancing the positive effects of migration on economic growth and development.
Date of publication:
24 October 2018
This document, prepared by the United Nations Statistics Division/UN Expert Group on Migration Statistics, provides useful resources on concepts and definitions related to international migration.
Date of publication:
01 March 2021
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This useful online guide links users directly to the most credible, high-quality data on immigrants and immigration in the United States and internationally.
Date of publication:
01 November 2020
This guide is published by the International Organization for Migration – the UN Migration Agency (IOM) in the UK, to support capacity-building in local authorities (and regional statutory bodies with responsibility for integration) to effectively use the Indicators of Integration framework in...
Date of publication:
24 March 2020
The Migration Network Hub provides online discussion spaces in order to enable interaction, knowledge-sharing and learning on topics related to the implementation of the Global Compact for Migration (GCM) among Member States and different stakeholders.
Date of publication:
11 February 2021

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