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Identification of key partners/stakeholders at national levels

Regional and international participation in the collaborative response.

Raising awareness about specific needs and about human rights and protection issues

refugees, and highlighting the gaps for appropriate intervention to fill them.

Promoting a multi-agency approach, respecting institutional differences, including

Including authorities, viewpoints, cultures, approaches and transactions

Operation and priorities.

Create a platform for dialogue and exchange of information, ensuring decision-making

Transparency and participation in effective communication.

Promoting the establishment of national and regional coordination structures, including cooperation

across borders, engaging all relevant partners/stakeholders,

As well as civil society and academia.

 Putting immigration and asylum issues on the agenda of governments and teams

country of the United Nations, and within the United Nations Development Assistance Frameworks.

Develop recommendations for action plans and mobilize donor support.

 Divide responsibilities according to the authority and experience of each partner, taking into account capabilities

and available resources. Adequate leadership and accountability helps ensure that

A collaborative approach is consistent, regular and predictable.

Coordinating national, regional and transnational/international initiatives and establishing

Communication channels at the business and policy level.

Ensure consistency in responses while maintaining flexibility for

Adapting to a changing reality.

 Reviewing the effectiveness of the interventions and highlighting lessons learned

*References to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999).