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Training and guidance

The Network's thematic Working Group on Return and Reintegration seeks to support states in strengthening and improving laws, policies, and practices to ensure that returns are always safe and...
This working group is tasked with promoting the development and implementation of non-custodial, human-rights based alternatives to detention in the migration context.
This thematic workstream looks at enhancing pathways for regular migration in a manner that facilitates decent work and labour mobility through guidance on BLMAs while having migrant workers at the...
The Network's thematic Working Group on Regular Pathways for Migrants in Vulnerable Situations seeks to support States in expanding and diversifying the availability of pathways for safe, orderly and...
Core Working Group (CWG) 2.2 is tasked with developing guidance and tools to support Member States’ efforts to implement the GCM, including through the elaboration of national implementations plans...
Core Working Group (CWG) 2.1 is charged with developing guidance and tools to support the UN system with GCM implementation.
Working Group 6 (WG6) of the UN Network on Migration aims to support Member States, partners and the UN Network on Migration through providing technical guidance and expertise for the implementation...
This Core Working Group aims to support States and other stakeholders in the implementation, follow-up and review of the GCM by providing a virtual “meeting space” where governments, stakeholders,...
Intervention by the first lady of Colombia during the third peer-to-peer learning exchange on alternatives to detention organized by Thematic Working Group 2.
Launch of the Global Guidance on Bilateral Labour Migration Agreements authored by Thematic Working Group 4 of the Network. The Launch took place during Migration Week, 17 February 2022.
Recording of the webinar that took place during Migration Week on the launch of a paper authored by ILO and UNDP as part of the Networks' Thematic Priority 1.
Recording of the webinar convened by the leads of Thematic Priority 1 of the Network, WHO, on 15 February 2022.
VNR Labs provide an informal platform for experience sharing and reflection on the Voluntary National Review (VNR) process.
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...
Date of publication:
13 May 2022
This Mapping provides a useful tool for raising awareness of different approaches and aims to contribute to a common understanding on how to best integrate people-centred, sustainable, human rights-based, gender-responsive, child-sensitive, whole-of-government and whole-of society approaches into...
Date of publication:
13 May 2022
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This Checklist integrates the GCM’s cross-cutting and interdependent guiding principles and outlines various practices and policy initiatives in line with international legal obligations against which States and other stakeholders can assess their return and reintegration practices and policies.
Date of publication:
13 May 2022
Whole-Of-Government and Who-of Society Approaches - Snapshot
Date of publication:
18 February 2022
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Scaling-up Community-basaed Alternatives to Immigration Detention - Snapshot
Date of publication:
18 February 2022
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