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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.
Recognizing there is no one-size-fits all approach to implementation of the Global Compact, this flexible, self-guided reference document provides a methodology and resources to support member states and stakeholders with GCM implementation, whether through the development of a dedicated national...
This is a training course for business enterprises seeking practical guidance on how to recruit and employ migrant workers responsibly within their operations and supply chains.
This Toolkit has been developed by IOM in collaboration with ILO, UNESCO, and UNICEF with the support of the European Union under the Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) project.
Date of publication:
01 February 2022
There is growing recognition that structural barriers and rising inequalities must be addressed in order to achieve the international agreed development goals, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pledge to leave no one behind, and nationally agreed targets.
This ILO guide aim to enable governments, in collaboration with social partners and other relevant stakeholders, to meet GCM objective 22, 'Establish mechanisms for the portability of social security entitlements and earned benefits' by highlighting the standards underpinning this objective,...
These guidelines on coordination and information-exchange mechanisms for the search for missing migrants offer recommendations and examples from a wide range of existing practices on how to design efforts to clarify the fate and whereabouts of migrants who have gone missing along migratory routes.
One of the most significant obstacles encountered in the search for missing migrants is the lack of compatibility of data gathered by different actors.
This document presents a set of principles to guide interaction between families and a broad range of stakeholders, including states and their various organs, international and non-governmental organizations, and civil society actors, such as associations of families of the missing.
At a glance The guidance note is intended to support Member States and stakeholders in their capacity to analyse the need for and strengthen the design, implementation, monitoring and review of pathways for admission and stay for migrants in situations of vulnerability.
The Toolkit is a collection of tools to help practitioners understand and incorporate human rights-based and gender equal responses into criminal justice responses to smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons.
The "Pocket Guide" resource package V2.0 is a joint GBV Guidelines and GBV AoR resource designed to provide all humanitarian practitioners with concrete information on how to support a survivor of gender-based violence who disclosed to you in a context where there is no gender-based violence actor...
The Global Fund to End Modern Slavery commissioned a study of potential technology tools that might be useful for combating commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) in India.
This guide aims to address the dual challenge of information management in complicated operating environments, and quantifying a hidden crime that is often under-reported and obscured among other human rights violations.
The brief talks about preliminary findings and messaging based on rapid stocktaking. It encompasses UNODC response to trafficking in persons during COVID-19 and gives recommendations for action.
The European Convention on Human Rights and European Union law provide an increasingly important framework for the protection of the rights of foreigners. European Union legislation relating to asylum, borders and immigration is developing fast.
Este guía está diseñado a venezolanas y venezolanos en el contexto de la respuesta humanitaria de Brasil. Contiene informaciones prácticas sobre documentos y distintos tipos de derechos. Only available in Spanish.
The Assessment Guide provides an inventory of measures for assessing the legislative, investigative, prosecutorial, judicial, and administrative responses to the smuggling of migrants by land, air, and sea, for deterring and combating such crime, and for integrating the information and experience...
These Guidelines are intended to provide guidance to governments, parliamentarians, legal practitioners, decision-makers, including the judiciary, as well as other international and national bodies working on detention and asylum matters, including non-governmental organisations, national human...
Date of publication:
11 December 2020
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