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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) Fair and Ethical Recruitment Due Diligence Toolkit was developed to support business enterprises in fulfilling their responsibility to respect human rights in the context of international recruitment.
Date of publication:
06 December 2022
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Migrant workers’ contribution to socioeconomic development in Thailand cannot be overemphasized; they fill critical labour shortages in several key sectors.
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02 November 2022
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This Migration and Development Brief (number 37 in the series) describes key developments in migration and remittance flows, and related policy and regulatory changes that have occurred since the previous brief, published in May 2022.
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01 November 2022
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En mayo de 2018, el Secretario General decidió establecer la Red de las Naciones Unidas sobre Migración, una comunidad de colaboración en la que las entidades de las Naciones Unidas se reúnen para garantizar un apoyo eficaz y coordinado a nivel de todo el sistema, a los Estados Miembros en la...
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10 October 2022
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The 2022 edition of International Migration Outlook analyses recent developments in migration movements and the labour market inclusion of immigrants in OECD countries.
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10 October 2022
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Migration data, broken down by gender, allow us to gain a better handle on how gender affects the many dimensions of migration, and policymakers to begin to identify and address systematic gender inequalities related to migration.
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01 October 2022
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The Champion countries held their first meeting after the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF).
Date of publication:
29 September 2022
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The Global Estimates of Modern Slavery provides a picture of the scale and depth of modern slavery.
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12 September 2022
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On 11th April 2022, the Regional Consultation of the GCM Champion Series in Asia and the Pacific held its third consultation on “Border management and labour migration in the COVID-19 recovery phase” hosted by the Royal Government of Cambodia, in collaboration with the Regional UN Network on...
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06 September 2022
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The 2021/2022 Human Development Report unites and extends the discussions from previous Human Development Reports under the theme of uncertainty—how it is changing, what it means for human development and how we can thrive in the face of it.
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01 September 2022
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This two-lesson course focuses on the impact of climate change on rural livelihoods and how climate change and variability interact with other factors to drive migration.
Date of publication:
26 August 2022
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Progress Declaration of the First International Migration Review Forum, adopted by consensus by the UN General Assembly.
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25 August 2022
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The Regional United Nations (UN) Network on Migration for the Arab States (the Network) seeks to provide system-wide support to Member States and all partners in the implementation, follow-up and review of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) in the region.
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23 August 2022
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The Asia–Pacific Migration Data Report series is the flagship publication for the region since 2020.
Date of publication:
18 August 2022
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On 29th November 2021, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, in collaboration with the Regional UN Network on Migration for Asia and the Pacific, organized the second GCM Champion Series regional consultation on “COVID -19 and its Ramifications on Migrants’ Return and...
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12 July 2022
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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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Produced by IOM's Regional Offices in Buenos Aires and San José, this report provides a general overview of migration in the Americas as well as information on key trends, regular pathways, migrants' contribution to sustainable development, and climate and environmental change as a human mobility...
Date of publication:
10 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.
Date of publication:
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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