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Projects

The project will address migration data needs and strengthen policy capacities at both national and local levels.
The SHARE SIRA project, implemented from January 2021 to December 2022 and co-funded by the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF), fosters inclusive territorial approaches in rural areas in Europe, which are playing an increasingly important role in receiving newcomers.
This Thematic Working Group aims to help policymakers and other stakeholders better gauge migrant rights by generating globally comparable measures of integration.
In autumn 2019, IOM Netherlands started the Connecting Diaspora for Development (CD4D) programme to support diaspora leaders to engage with their country of origin specifically in Afghanistan, Iraq, Sierra Leone, Somalia, and Ethiopia.
This 15-month project proposes to build a regional dialogue series in the Eastern Caribbean that will enhance governments' capacities to collect, analyse and utilize data on human mobility and vulnerability derived from environmental change.
The focus of the United Nations’ joint programme (JP) is to strengthen migrant integration and social cohesion, particularly among the populations in vulnerable situations, through targeted engagement and participation of government counterparts, civil society, migrants and host communities in
The overall objective of the MIDA Somalia programme is to strengthen the capacity of state institutions through the recruitment of qualified diaspora professionals to contribute towards achieving the goals stipulated in the National Development Plan of Somalia aligned with the Global Compact on
Through delimitation and demarcation, cross-border cooperation and strengthening the African Union (AU) and the regional economic communities (RECs), the project aims at improving peace, security, integration and development in Africa.
This campaign, inaugurated in 2015, aims to address problems relating to immigration detention of children by enhancing co-operation between parliaments, ombudspersons, competent government bodies and civil service. See video here.
The African Union Commission (AUC)-International Labour Organization (ILO)-International Organization for Migration (IOM)-Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Joint Programme on Labour Migration Governance for Development and Integration (better known as the Joint Labour Migration Programme or JLMP)
The Brazilian Amazon experiences significant human mobility, including cross-border movements in its over 10 official border posts.
The Safer Migration Project (SaMi) is a bilateral initiative of the Governments of Nepal (GoN) and Switzerland, with technical assistance from Helvetas. In its current third phase (2018-2022), SaMi is working in 39 districts with high rates of labour migration.
The project has a focus to initiate the implementation of the SAP with the overall objective to achieve climate resilient, integrated ecosystem-based management of the Lake Chad Basin through implementation of agreed policy, legal and institutional reforms, and investments that improve water quality
This EU-funded € 15 million programme aims to address the impact of remittances to development through innovations, partnerships and scalable products that promote cheap and fast remittance transfers.
This joint programme contributes to facilitating pathways for regular migration in the IGAD region and minimizing displacement risk in the context of climate change, environmental degradation and disasters in line with the vision and guiding principles of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and
The local government in Leeds, UK, has paved the way for a citizen-led initiative that links newcomers with settled migrant communities to assist with access to various services.
MIGNEX – Aligning Migration Management and the Migration–Development Nexus – is a five-year research project (2018–2023) with the core ambition of creating new knowledge on migration, development and policy. It involves researchers at nine institutions in Europe, Africa and Asia.
The Southern Africa Migration Management (SAMM) Project, funded by the European Commission, is a four-year project to improve migration management in the Southern Africa and Indian Ocean region.
Achievements set by initiatives implemented under the Budapest Process translated into an EU funded project that aims at maximising the development potential of migration and mobility within the Silk Routes region and towards major labour receiving countries.
This global, SDC funded, project seeks to contribute to the promotion of fair recruitment practices globally and across specific migration corridors in North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia. Target countries include Hong Kong SAR, Jordan, Nepal, the Philippines and Tunisia.

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