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On 28 October 2021, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand, and the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Philippines, in collaboration with the Regional UN Network on Migration for Asia and the Pacific, convened an online regional consultation on “Promoting Access...
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22 June 2022
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Official Summary of the International Migration Review Forum and its accompanying letter from the President of the General Assembly.
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09 June 2022
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The following summary includes a synopsis of the inputs from the panelists and interventions from the opening segment, first and second thematic discussions, and reflections by informal gender, child, and youth rapporteurs during the Hearing.
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06 June 2022
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Following on from the first global online peer learning exchange on 17 November 2020, and the second global online peer learning exchange on 29 June 2021, this online workshop – held under the Chatham House Rule – brought together government peers and other key stakeholders from all regions to...
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01 June 2022
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This research report explores and critically examines the short- and longer-term gender implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on migration and the well-being of migrants worldwide.
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14 May 2022
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During the first-ever UN International Migration Review Forum (IMRF), the Mayors Mechanism, in partnership with UNHCR, launched a Call to Local Action for Migrants and Refugees and issued this report on Localization of the Global Compacts to capture the continued political commitment and vast...
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20 May 2022
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This document analyses global, regional and thematic trends that emerge from MGI data in relation to the general commitment and the range of associated actions for each of the 23 Global Compact for Migration objectives.
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05 May 2022
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This brief is a contribution to the first International Migration Review Forum (IMRF) by the International Data Alliance for Children on the Move (IDAC).
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18 May 2022
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Migration can be a powerful driver for sustainable development and is recognized as a cross-cutting issue throughout the entire 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
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17 May 2022
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MMPTF Annual Report 2021
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12 May 2022
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Whole-Of-Government and Who-of Society Approaches - Snapshot
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18 February 2022
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Scaling-up Community-basaed Alternatives to Immigration Detention - Snapshot
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18 February 2022
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Temporary regularisation programmes - Snapshot
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04 May 2022
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The Compendium presents the situations that can lead migrant workers into irregularity, the rights of migrant workers in irregular situations, and the relevant international standards and good practice.
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23 December 2021
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Within the process for the first International Migration Forum Review, the Spanish partnership composed by the following NGOs and Civil Society Organisations: Alianza por la Solidaridad, Fundación Cepaim, Médicos del Mundo, Red Acoge y Rumiñahui, we are pleased to share with you the following shadow...
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31 March 2022
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This report by PICUM analyses states’ legal obligations in relation to immigration detention and vulnerability, and draws concrete recommendations on how to ensure that migration policies refrain from creating or exacerbating situations of vulnerability.
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01 March 2021
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The purpose of this paper is to raise awareness of existing international standards and commitments related to regularization as well as to identify key trends and noteworthy practices, including recent practices in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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01 August 2021
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This report seeks to support and disseminate such policies, by presenting several promising examples from governments at all levels, alongside some available data and relevant policy documents at EU level.
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01 January 2018
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The aim of this report is to take step back and analyse how undocumented children’s daily lives are impacted by their residence status, how that impacts their well-being and development, and which policy changes might therefore be necessary.
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01 March 2021
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Report of the African Regional Review which took place from 31 August to 1 September.
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01 March 2022
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