IOM Handbook on Protection and Assistance for Migrants Vulnerable to Violence, Exploitation and Abuse.

Nombre de pages: 
298
Année: 
2019
Électronique copie seulement
Description: 

This handbook presents the determinants of migrant vulnerability (DOMV) model for analyzing and responding to migrant vulnerability. The DOMV model is specifically designed to address the protection and assistance needs of a specific subset of migrants: those who have experienced or are vulnerable to violence, exploitation, and abuse before, during or after the migration process. 

The handbook further presents best practices and lessons learned in migrant protection and assistance, based on IOM’s extensive experience in providing protection and assistance services to trafficked and other vulnerable migrants, and on the provision of return and reintegration services to migrants from around the globe. It also draws on IOM’s extensive experience in structural or up-stream programming, including capacity-building for governments and technical guidance on the development and implementation of counter-trafficking, anti-smuggling, and migration management laws, policies, and programmes.

Table des matières: 
  • ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
  • Acknowledgement
  • FOREWORD
  • PART 1: THE DETERMINANTS OF MIGRANT VULNERABILITY
  • Introduction
    • 1.1 The IOM determinants of migrant vulnerability model
    • 1.2 Programmatic responses: the framework for providing protection and assistance to migrants vulnerable to violence, exploitation and abuse
    • 1.3 Key terms and definitions
    • 1.4 Operationalizing the determinants of migrant vulnerability model
    • 1.5 Vulnerability at origin, transit and destination
    • 1.6 Applying the model before, during and after migration
  • PART 2: PROTECTION AND ASSISTANCE FOR MIGRANTS VULNERABLE TO VIOLENCE, EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE: INDIVIDUAL CASE MANAGEMENT
  • Introduction
    • 2.1 Protection and protection systems
    • 2.2 Determinants of migrant vulnerability at the individual level
    • 2.2 Individual assistance for migrants vulnerable to violence, exploitation and abuse
    • 2.3 Resources for Part 2
    • 2.4 Individual factors assessment toolkit
  • PART 3: PROTECTION AND ASSISTANCE FOR MIGRANTS VULNERABLE TO VIOLENCE, EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE: HOUSEHOLD/FAMILY ASSISTANCE
  • Introduction
    • 3.1 Household and family-level determinants of migrant vulnerability
    • 3.2 Household/family assistance for migrants vulnerable to violence, exploitation and abuse
    • 3.3 Resources for Part 3
    • 3.4 Household/family factors assessment toolkit
  • PART 4: PROTECTION AND ASSISTANCE FOR MIGRANTS VULNERABLE TO VIOLENCE, EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE: COMMUNITY PROGRAMMING
  • Introduction
    • 4.1 Community-level determinants of migrant vulnerability
    • 4.2 Community-based programming to address vulnerability to violence, exploitation and abuse
    • 4.3 Resources for Part 4
    • 4.4 Community factors assessment toolkit
  • PART 5: PROTECTION AND ASSISTANCE FOR MIGRANTS VULNERABLE TO VIOLENCE, EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE: STRUCTURAL PROGRAMMING
  • Introduction
    • 5.1 Structural-level determinants of migrant vulnerability
    • 5.2 Structural-level programming to address vulnerability to violence, exploitation and abuse
    • 5.3 Resources for Part 5
    • 5.4 Structural factors assessment toolkit
  • PART 6: GUIDANCE FOR THE PROTECTION, CARE AND ASSISTANCE OF VULNERABLE CHILD MIGRANTS
  • Introduction
    • 6.1 The legal framework created by the best interests principle
    • 6.2 Application of the best interests principle in practice
    • 6.3 Features of a best interests determination