The GCM-Talks is a platform to support Member States, the United Nations system and stakeholders to continue
discussions on how best to implement the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, and will be central to the UN Network on Migration’s contribution to mandates emerging from the Progress Declaration of the first International Migration Review Forum.
The Network workstream on "Development of a proposed limited set of indicators to review progress related to GCM implementation”, co-led by IOM and UN DESA, and its membership is comprised of representatives of UN entities and other relevant stakeholders, convened this first GCM-Talk to introduce its working modalities and share a proposed timeline of activities for 2023-2024.
A preliminary overview of the responses given by Member States and other relevant stakeholders to the questionnaire
soliciting feedback on the purpose and main elements of the limited set of indicators was also presented.
This event is one in a series of briefings and consultations that the workstream is organizing to ensure that Member States and other relevant stakeholders are fully involved and consulted throughout the process.