International Migration Review Forum 2022
Welcome The Network’s Executive Committee invited all stakeholders to contribute ideas towards developing the Network’s workplan. The workplan highlights key priority issues from the GCM and the IMRF’s Progress Declaration for Network activities to support GCM implementation. A working draft of the Network’s workplan was provided on this space for comments, questions, as well as indications to join working groups and workstreams to help deliver on…
Welcome In May 2022, United Nations Member States, the United Nations system, and stakeholders gathered for the first International Migration Review Forum (IMRF) of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM). They sent a resounding message: migration and sustainable development are inextricably linked. We will therefore not achieve the Sustainable Development Goals without attaining safe, orderly and regular migration. The…
To ensure the widest possible engagement of Member States and stakeholders in the preparatory process of the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF), the United Nations Network on Migration, on behalf of the co-facilitators of the intergovernmental consultations on the Progress Declaration, opened this dedicated discussion space on the Migration Network Hub. To recall, the General Assembly, in its resolution A/RES/73/326, called for the…
Dialogue on preventing and resolving missing migrants cases & addressing the needs of their families
This discussion space is being organized as part of the preparations for the Dialogue ‘Missing migrants, missing solutions? Preventing and resolving missing migrants cases & addressing the needs of their families through the GCM’ on 9 March at 9:30 am New York time/3:30 pm Geneva time. The Dialogue ‘Missing Migrants, Missing Solutions’ will raise awareness about the missing migrant issue and advocate for greater efforts to turn Objective 8 into…
This discussion space is being organized as part of the preparations for the fourth roundtable (“Roundtable 4”) of the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF) which will take place in May 2022. The discussion is moderated by OHCHR, UNDESA, and the UN Network on Migration Secretariat, and runs until 4 February 2022. Roundtable 4 focuses on reviewing the following GCM objectives: 1 – Data 3 – Information Provision 7 – Reduce Vulnerabilities 17…
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