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The training presents migration as a cross-cutting issue in the 2030 Agenda, aligning implementation of the Global Compact with achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Date of publication:
13 May 2022
Recognizing there is no one-size-fits all approach to implementation of the Global Compact, this flexible, self-guided reference document provides a methodology and resources to support member states and stakeholders with GCM implementation, whether through the development of a dedicated national...
Date of publication:
13 May 2022
This Checklist integrates the GCM’s cross-cutting and interdependent guiding principles and outlines various practices and policy initiatives in line with international legal obligations against which States and other stakeholders can assess their return and reintegration practices and policies.
Date of publication:
13 May 2022
IOM Migrant worker guidelines for employers
This publication is to provide practical guidance for business enterprises on how to recruit and employ international migrant workers ethically and responsibly.
Date of publication:
21 January 2022
Created in 2016 by IOM, the Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) programme is a tool that supports governments in taking stock of the comprehensiveness of their migration policies, as well as in identifying gaps and areas that could be strengthened.
Date of publication:
22 March 2022
This manual is not only useful for policy makers and policy people; it gives hope to undocumented people like us across Europe.
Cover photo: Bhola slum, Dhaka, started to be built by migrants affected by river erosion, many of them lost their land to the river. Nowadays the population of the slam is a mixture of economical and climate change migrants. Amanda Nero / IOM. Southern Asia, Bangladesh.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with UN-Habitat with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
Cover photo: Benjamin Suomela/IOM. Sukosol Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand. Description: IOM IBM training of trainers workshop on Travel Document Examination and Advanced Biometrics.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with UNODC with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Cover photo: Jack Gotch/IOM. Hoedspruit, South Africa. Description: Garry, a migrant worker from Zimbabwe, stands in front of agricultural machinery on a farm in South Africa.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with FAO with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
Source:
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with UNCTAD with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Cover photo: IOM/Amanda Nero, Kigali, Rwanda. Description: At the Polyclinique Le Bon Samaritan, IOM runs all the health checks for the refugees before they are resettled in a third country, mostly in the US.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with WHO, UN AIDS, and ILO with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Cover photo: Benjamin Suomela/IOM. Ranong, Thailand. Description: IOM community outreach program on safe migration in Ranong, Thailand.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with UNDP with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
Source:
Cover photo: Muse Mohammed/IOM. Carteret Islands, Bougainville, Papua New Guinea Description: Joki and Bevelyn alongside their brother and parents are the sole family living on the tiny island of Huene. Originally linked to a nearby island, the island has been slowly shrinking over the years making it increasingly difficult to grow crops. It is likely that Joki and Bevelyn will be the last generation to live on the island.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with UNEP and UNDP with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Cover photo: Muse Mohammed/IOM. Burco, Somalia. Description: Nour Abdi Garaad is a return migrant to Burco, Somalia who has now set up his own shop in the town centre selling garments.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with ILO with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Cover photo: Benjamin Suomela/IOM. Ranong, Thailand. Description: Immigrant children learn about safe migration through interactive games at a Migrant Learning Centre in Ranong, Thailand.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with ILO, UNESCO, and UNICEF with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Cover photo: Muse Mohammed/IOM. Ayeyarwaddy region, Myanmar. Description: Referral nurses supported by IOM administer primary health care to locals within their villages.
This Toolkit provides information and tools for development partners to help them integrate migration into international cooperation and development interventions (i.e.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
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Cover photo: Muse Mohammed/IOM. Siem Reap, Cambodia. Description: Rice paddy workers head home to their villages after a day of working in the rice fields in Siem Reap province.
These Guidelines provide key facts and figures related to migration and development, insights into why migration should be integrated within development cooperation, and core resources to support migration mainstreaming efforts.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
Source:
Education unions are defending the right to learn and to teach of newcomers.
Date of publication:
10 December 2018
One of the most significant obstacles encountered in the search for missing migrants is the lack of compatibility of data gathered by different actors.
Date of publication:
01 November 2021
This document presents a set of principles to guide interaction between families and a broad range of stakeholders, including states and their various organs, international and non-governmental organizations, and civil society actors, such as associations of families of the missing.
Date of publication:
01 November 2021

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