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You've heard about the Global Compact for Migration? What's it about?
Video message by António Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General, on International Migrants Day (18 December 2019).
This film, made with IOM's partner organization NIDOE, features professionals with a diaspora background residing in the Netherlands encouraging others to participate in CD4D2.
This video specifically looks at the costs to send remittances as well as how costs can be lowered and helpful tools to compare remittance costs between remittance transfer service providers in a specific corridor.
This main purpose of this video is to help users find the most accurate and easily accessible data and statistics on remittances. Additionally, this video shortly discusses the different types of remittances and some main trends.
Money sent from friends and family from abroad otherwise known as Remittances, make a huge difference to the lives of millions of rural people around the world. In Moldova the country receives more remittances than any other country in Europe.
Close to 190 countries are set to adopt the groundbreaking UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.
ILO Global Webinar “The many faces of women and men migrant workers: How do we tackle the immediate crisis and build the future we want for labour migration in a post-COVID-19 world?” took place on Friday 26 June, with participation from government, workers’ and employers’ organizations.
On 13 October, representatives from governments, international organizations and employers met in Geneva during the 6th thematic consultations of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM).
IOM's holistic need-based approach to reintegration responds to economic, social and psychosocial needs of individual returnees as well as the communities to which they return.
What is the relationship between migration and private sector development and trade, and how does this impact sustainable development?
What is the relationship between migration and governance, and how does this impact sustainable development?
What is the relationship between migration and health, and how does this impact sustainable development?
What is the relationship between migration and rural development, and how does this impact sustainable development?
Address by Michael Clemens to representatives of 117 countries at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, October 12, 2017, at the 6th Informal Thematic Consultation for the Global Compact on Migration. Panel hosted by Tunisia and Germany.
What is the relationship between migration and security, and how does this impact sustainable development?
The Humanitarian-Development-Peace nexus aims to bring three sectors into closer alignment to better address both the immediate needs of people affected by conflict as well as the underlying causes of protracted crises.
This event is the second in the Sanctuary: What next?
A presentation which details what the GCM means with regards to international law, and its impact on States and international organizations.

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