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Mapping private sector engagement along the migration cycle

This report maps private-sector activities relevant to migrants and explores how private and public-sector actors can engage jointly with migrants at various stages of the migration cycle. It discusses entry points for donors and governments aiming to establish greater engagement by the private sector or support privately-owned initiatives in migration that can help to make migration processes safer, as well as strengthen the rights of migrants and improve the levels of service provided to them.

Date of Publication
Type of Resource
Target Audience
Government
Private Sector
Author
Amanda Bisong
Anna Knoll
Language
Geographic Scope
Workstream Output
No
Regional Review Process
No
Cross Cutting Theme
Status
Published

Mapping private sector engagement along the migration cycle

This report maps private-sector activities relevant to migrants and explores how private and public-sector actors can engage jointly with migrants at various stages of the migration cycle. It discusses entry points for donors and governments aiming to establish greater engagement by the private sector or support privately-owned initiatives in migration that can help to make migration processes safer, as well as strengthen the rights of migrants and improve the levels of service provided to them.


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