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La Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM) es la agencia líder del Sistema de Naciones Unidas en temas migratorios.
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17 May 2024
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El PMM concibe a la movilidad humana como un fenómeno multicausal y pluridimensional; esto es, como un proceso que responde a múltiples variables – las cuales, en muchos casos, se encuentran solapadas – y que, dada su complejidad, deben abordarse de manera multisectorial.
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14 May 2024
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En septiembre de 2023, se realizó en la ciudad de Buenos Aires un conversatorio sobre Movilidad Ambiental cuya organización estuvo a cargo de la Red de Naciones Unidas sobre la Migración de Argentina.
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27 September 2023
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En Perú, la Misión Scalabriniana brinda asistencia a las personas migrantes que llegan al Perú. Desde sus casas de acogida ofrecen alojamiento, alimentación, apoyo sicosocial y la información de como acceder a salud, educación y otros derechos. Existen dos casas de acogida: Lima y Tacna.
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12 September 2023
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In February 2023, the United Nations Network on Migration launched a series of global and regional consultations and peer-learning exchanges – GCM Talks – to support Member States, the United Nations system, and stakeholders to continue discussions on how best to implement the Global Compact for...
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30 June 2023
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The Network Global communications strategy outlines five main objectives and several activities to be carried out between now and 2023.
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01 July 2021
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This is the Network's Global Communications Strategy - 2021 - 2023
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01 July 2021
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The live webinar will tackle different topics, in relation to migration; the concept of borders, sea rescue and saving lives, discrimination, xenophobia and counternarratives, with a particular focus on COVID-19, while taking into consideration the Global Compact for Migration and the New EU Pact on...
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10 May 2021
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This background paper highlights the expertise and experiences that local authorities can bring as well as the challenges and opportunities cities face in responding to migration.
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11 December 2020
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The paper presents an overview of the development of a methodology for Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) indicator 10.7.2 on the number of countries with migration policies to facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people.
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11 December 2020
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The Financial Times observed in an editorial in January 2015 that “(T)the Libyan diaspora, a repository of enormous talent, remains largely untapped ”.
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11 November 2020
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This document was originally prepared as a background paper for the ILO Workshop on the role of social partners in skills development, recognition and matching for migrant workers: A contribution to the Global Skills Partnership.
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25 August 2020
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This paper finds that emigration rises on average as GDP per capita initially rises in poor countries, slowing after roughly US$5,000 at purchasing power parity, and reversing after roughly $10,000.
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18 August 2020
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Today, post offices deliver more money than mail. They therefore represent a prominent channel for the provision of remittances and financial services to the world's underserved rural areas.
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30 June 2020
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This paper analyzes the impact of economic development (expressed as gross domestic product, GDP) on international migration. The findings suggest that emigration rates are relatively low in low-income settings, rise with rising GDP per capita, and decline at high income levels.
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01 January 2020
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This paper uses original survey data in Bogota, Colombia, to compare the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) between migrants who have lived in Bogota for a longer period and recently arrived Venezuelan migrants.
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01 December 2019
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This paper builds on the Integrated Modeling of European Migration (IMEM) framework and provides a statistical framework that can incorporate new data sources, such as social media.
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14 November 2019
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The discussion paper reviews three types of migration, namely forced, labour and environmental migration. It then analyses its consequences for migrants, host and origin countries.
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03 September 2019
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This report was prepared as a thematic background paper to inform discussions at the 11th AFML on how to maximize positive impacts of digitalization to promote wellbeing of migrant workers.
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22 July 2019
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This working paper sets the context of immigration detention of children, presenting its negative effects and giving recommendations on how to prevent it, affirming that it is possible, only that it requires political will and states to engage actors beyond migration and border control authorities.
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01 February 2019
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