UN Network on Migration Launches “Migration Network Hub”, a Knowledge and Solutions Platform on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular MigrationGeneva – The United Nations Network on Migration launches today (18/03) the Migration Network Hub. It is the first knowledge platform...
UN Network on Migration Launches in Support of Government of Iraq’s Migration Governance EffortsBaghdad — On 17 March, following a kick-off meeting in February, the United Nations Network for Migration was formally launched in Iraq...
United Nations Migration Start-Up Fund Kicks Off 12 Million USD Joint ProgrammesGeneva – The Migration Multi-Partner Trust Fund (the “Migration MPTF”) announced this week the first six joint initiatives selected to...
ILO and IOM sign agreement to strengthen collaboration on migration governanceTo strengthen their work on migration and enable them to provide more policy and practical support to their members, the ILO and the...
UNHCR and IOM call for a truly common and principled approach to European migration and asylum policiesOn the eve of the launch of the presentation of the European Commission’s new Pact on Migration and Asylum, UNHCR, the UN Refugee...
Eliminating Racial Discrimination is key to implement the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration
To mark this year’s International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the United Nations Network on Migration calls on Member States to step up efforts to combat racism and racial discrimination in the context of migration governance.
Act Now: Migrant Inclusion in Climate Action Is An Obligation, Not An Option
Geneva - The adverse effects of climate change and environmental degradation are increasingly driving human mobility the world over, particularly in countries with high exposure and low adaptive capacity. While most climate-related mobility currently occurs within countries, desperation and deteriorating environments can also compel people to seek…
Reclaiming Digital Spaces to Counter Human Trafficking and Protect its Victims
Migrants make up a considerable proportion of the detected victims of trafficking in persons around the world, accounting for 65% of victims identified in Western and Southern Europe, 60% in the Middle East, 55% in East Asia and the Pacific, 50% in Central and South-Eastern Europe, and 25% in North America. In recent times, the internet has increasingly been used to advertise false jobs, recruit and exploit these victims.
- The GCM 23 objectives in a nutshell
The GCM 23 objectives in a nutshell
- SG report "From Promise to Action" - Launch
SG report "From Promise to Action" - Launch
- GCM in Action - Aayesha Fazal from UNMGCY
GCM in Action - Aayesha Fazal from UNMGCY