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Drawing on examples from the global North and South, this book examines the relationship between migration, development and diaspora engagement from a governance perspective. It explores the ways that governments interact with their own extra-national diasporic populations in order to boost... Read More
The discussion on the topic of children affected by migration in the Caribbean is relatively new and evolving. The first of its kind for the region, the publication is intended as a technical resource for government officials, NGOs and other stakeholders who assist children affected by migration,... Read More
IOM´s Caribbean Counter-Trafficking Model Legislation and Explanatory Guidelines is a resource for stakeholders in government and civil society wishing to improve domestic legislation and policy to address the crime of trafficking in persons in the Caribbean.