This document is the result of the Local Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) assessment in Montréal and summarizes the well-developed areas of the city’s migration governance structures, as well as the areas with potential for further development, as assessed by the Local MGI.
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This Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) proﬁle presents a summary of well-developed areas of migration governance in the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire as well as areas with potential for further development, as assessed through the MGI.
This document is the result of the Local Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) assessment in São Paulo and summarizes the well-developed areas of the city’s migration governance structures, as well as the areas with potential for further development, as assessed by the Local MGI.
The role of cities... Read more
In 2013, a second High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development (HLD) will be held, presenting the international community with a critical opportunity to focus its attention on how to make migration work for development and poverty reduction. The HLD takes place at an important... Read more
This assessment report was produced under the project “Enhancing Food Security and Building Socioeconomic Resilience to Covid-19 in Tuvalu” supported by the United Nations (UN) COVID-19 Response and Recovery Multi Partner Trust Fund and delivered through a partnership of the International... Read more
Migration in the Republic of Fiji: A Country Profile 2020 was developed out of the need to better understand the migration dynamics facing Fiji as a country of origin, transit and destination in the Pacific. This Migration Profile includes data and statistics that analyse migration trends and... Read more
Armenia has one of the largest and oldest diasporas in the world. Its diaspora has been a driving force for the country’s economic survival and development over the past few decades, primarily by providing humanitarian support and remittances, as well as by implementing philanthropic and... Read more
Governments around the world increasingly see their diasporas not as “lost talent” but as established assets. Notable success stories facilitating establishment of new sectors, emergency aid relief, academic partnerships and others are explored in this report, extracting best practices and... Read more
Migration is a multidimensional phenomenon. Be it international or internal, regular or irregular, safe or unsafe, of short or long duration, done out of necessity or by choice, and documented or undocumented, migration is linked with global development. The Seventh Five Year Plan (FY2016–FY2020)... Read more
For countries like Bangladesh whose economies are tied to international labour migration, the nexus between remittances, asset-building and gender is of great relevance to economic development. This report finds that a focus on migrants’ job skills and their families’ assets back home offers... Read more
IOM’s close collaboration with African Member States builds on African Union landmark policy frameworks that shape continental guidance on governing human mobility in all its dimensions. Following on from the launch of the Pan-African Forum on Migration, IOM’s 2020–2024. Continental Strategy on... Read more