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Civil Society and Stakeholders

Pursuant to General Assembly Resolution 73/195, paragraph 44:

“We will implement the Global Compact in cooperation and partnership with migrants, civil society, migrant and diaspora organizations, faith-based organizations, local authorities and communities, the private sector, trade unions, parliamentarians, National Human Rights Institutions, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, academia, the media and other relevant stakeholders”.


Special note on accreditation and registration process for stakeholders:

The special accreditation process for which the application deadline is 26 January applies to the following categories of organizations:

  • Non-governmental organizations
  • Academic institutions
  • Scientific and knowledge-based institutions
  • Private sector
  • Trade unions
  • Faith-based
  • Migrant and youth organizations
  • Diaspora communities

The following categories of stakeholders are out of the scope of the special accreditation process:

  • Parliamentarians
  • National Human Rights Institutions
  • Experts from the Human Rights mechanisms

The registration process will be launched in March. Indico will be the platform for registration.

Regional Reviews

Guest Blog Series

Quarterly Meetings with Stakeholders and Partners

4th Quarterly Meeting 2 November 2021

3rd Quarterly Meeting 22 September 2021

2nd Quarterly Meeting 26 May 2021

1st Quarterly Meeting 12 March 2021

Consultations and Listening Sessions

Submissions

Guidance Material

Statements

The UN Network on Migration salutes all actors providing vital protection, monitoring, advocacy, information and support to and in collaboration with migrants during the COVID-19 pandemic. Civil society organizations, migrant and diaspora associations, workers and employers organizations, national human rights institutions, youth and women-led...