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International Dialogue on Migration No. 32: Leveraging migration for a resilient and sustainable post-pandemic recovery: Opportunities and challenges
In 2021 IOM’s International Dialogue on Migration (IDM) second session was held on 14 and 15 October on the topic Leveraging Migration for a Resilient and Sustainable Post-pandemic Recovery: Opportunities and Challenges.
There are currently more young people in the world than ever, around 1.8 billion, representing the largest generation in history. Of the 258 million international migrants in 2017, around 11 per cent were under 24 years of age. Young people have a key role to play in policy discussions, and are… Read More
International Dialogue on Migration No. 27 : Strengthening International Cooperation on and Governance of Migration: Towards the Adoption of a Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration in 2018
Since 2001 the International Dialogue on Migration has been providing states and other relevant actors a forum for open and inclusive debate on key migration policy aspects and for advancing understanding, dialogue and cooperation on migration governance.
International Dialogue on Migration No. 26 : Follow-up and review of Migration in the Sustainable development Goals
This publication contains the report and complementary materials of the two workshops held in 2016 under the overarching theme “Follow-up and Review of Migration in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” within the framework of the International Dialogue on Migration (IDM), IOM’s principal forum… Read More
International Dialogue on Migration No.25 - Conference on Migrants and CitiesGeneva Switzerland, 26-27 October 2015
This publication contains the report and supplementary materials of the Conference on Migrants and Cities, which was held in Geneva, Switzerland, on 26 and 27 October 2015, within the framework of the International Dialogue on Migration (IDM), IOM’s principal forum for migration policy dialogue.
The fiftieth anniversary session of the IOM Council in November 2001 offered an opportunity for the international community to reflect upon five decades of migration management and to prepare for the new challenges posed by migration at the start of the twenty-first century.
International Dialogue on Migration No. 7 - Managing the Movement of People: What Can Be Learned for Mode 4 of the GATS
The seminar on Trade and Migration, held in Geneva in October 2004, was co-sponsored by IOM, the World Bank and the World Trade Organization. This event was a follow up to the November 2003 Trade and Migration seminar organized by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, IOM and… Read More
International Dialogue on Migration No. 13 - Free Movement of Persons in Regional Integration Processes
Global trade liberalization has mainly focused on facilitating, to the broadest degree possible, the movement of capital, goods and services, rather than the movement of people. Although migration is an increasingly global issue, recognized as holding considerable potential for economic and social… Read More
International Dialogue on Migration No. 16 - Human Rights and Migration: Working Together for Safe, Dignified and Secure Migration
Human rights, as expressed in international and regional instruments, have entered all spheres of policymaking and migration is no exception. Nevertheless, migrants continue to be disproportionately affected by human rights violations. This is due principally to their status as non-nationals in the… Read More
International Dialogue on Migration No. 21 - Protecting Migrants during Times of Crisis: Immediate Responses and Sustainable Strategies
This publication contains the report and supplementary materials of a workshop on 'Protecting Migrants during Times of Crisis: Immediate Responses and Sustainable Strategies' which was held in Geneva, Switzerland on 13 and 14 September 2012.