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Forced Migration Review "Latin America and the Caribbean"

Issue #56 of the Forced Migration Review looks at the Latin America and Caribbean responses and realities of protection. In a time of heightened gang violence, this review looks at how these countries are adapting their laws and mechanisms related to protection to reflect this context and thus better address the needs of displaced populations.

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English version

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IDPs, refugees and resettlement

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Latin America and the Caribbean

Date published

2017

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Gobierno Provincial de Pichincha (Ecuador) abre la segunda convocatoria de capitales semilla para personas en movilidad humana

El proyecto “Acogida, desarrollo y fortalecimiento sostenible para la inserción social, productiva y cultural de las personas en situación de movilidad humana”, implementado por la Unidad de Movilidad Humana del Gobierno Autónomo Descentralizado de la Provincia de Pichincha (Ecuador), con apoyo de la Iniciativa Conjunta sobre Migración y Desarrollo, lanza la segunda edición de capital semilla concursable (entregado en insumos y equipamiento) para i

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Español

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Focus area

Migrant Capacities
Migration and Integration

Thematic area

Migrant rights

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Ecuador

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2 pages

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Feria Inclusiva por la Semana de la Movilidad Humana, en Pichincha, Ecuador.

Más de 20 Emprendedores en situación de Movilidad, de varias nacionalidades que residen en la provincia de Pichincha, Ecuador, se dieron cita el 18 de septiembre para mostrar sus capacidades, productos y artesanías, junto con presentaciones de artistas latinoamericanos y caribeños, en la Feria Inclusiva “Sin Banderas ni Fronteras”, desarrollada como parte de la celebración de la Semana de la Movilidad Humana, en Quito.

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Spanish version

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Migrant Capacities
Migration and Local Economic Development

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Migrant rights

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Ecuador

Date published

2015

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Pichincha.

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“VIVE TU JUVENTUD SIN FRONTERAS” – FORTALECIENDO LAS ORGANIZACIONES DE JÓVENES EN LA PROVINCIA DE IMBABURA (ECUADOR)

El Gobierno Autónomo Descentralizado de la Provincia de Imbabura, a través del Patronato Provincial, llevó a cabo el festival “Vive tu Juventud sin Fronteras”. El evento tuvo lugar el 30 de agosto en la ciudad de Ibarra, en el marco del proyecto “Fortalecimiento de los GAD de la zona Norte del Ecuador en temas de Movilidad Humana”........

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Spanish version

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2015

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Mullos impulsan el Desarrollo

En las instalaciones del Gobierno Provincial de Imbabura, se realizó la clausura del taller de enseñanza de la técnica Chapa Wik (tejido de mullos), en el que participaron personas en situación de movilidad humana y migrantes retornados al país.

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Español

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2015

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Migration Policy Practice, Vol. V, Number 3

This new issue of Migration Policy Practice focuses on the migration challenges facing the countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It is often said that no country can manage migration successfully alone, as migration inevitably involves a relationship between at least two States. The Arab region hosts more than 30 million international migrants, and migration has an important impact on the development of these countries. The Arab countries are estimated to have received more than USD 53 billion in remittances in 2014. 

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English

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English version

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IOM

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Migration and Integration

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Other

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Arab States

Date published

2015

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IOM

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IOM

Le profil migratoire des collectivités territoriales : quand les migrants sont invités à participer au développement de leur terroir

Le premier numéro trimestriel 2018 de Gouvernance Territoriale, une publication gouvernementale sénégalaise, porte sur la démarche et les outils de la planification territoriale, ainsi que sur l’intégration harmonieuse des dimensions transversales dans les processus de planification du développement territorial. Ce dossier inclus une partie sur les migrations comme un facteur affectant la planification territoriale et étant impacté par elle.

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French

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Migration and Local Governance

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Senegal

Date published

2018

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Le profil migratoire des collectivités territoriales : quand les migrants sont invités à participer au développement de leur terroir

The first 2018 issue of Gouvernance Territoriale, a trimestral publication from the Senegalese government, has been released. This edition focuses on territorial planning and how to integrate cross-cutting issues into territorial development planning, including a piece specifically on migration as an important phenomenon which affects and is affected by territorial planning.

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French

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Migration and Local Governance

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Senegal

Date published

2018

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More focus needed on integrating migrant women

To mark International Women’s Day on March 8th, two CEPS researchers, Mikkel Barslund and Nadzeya Laurentsyeva, tackled in an article the challenge facing policy-makers of how best to integrate women migrants into the labour market.

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English

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English version

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Migration and Integration

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2018

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4 pages

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“Fulfilling the Dream”: the IOM analyses the benefits, challenges and risks of labour migration in Cambodia

More than one million Cambodians choose to migrate every year to look for better opportunities and help their families and home country to develop. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) analyses the benefits of this strategy, as well as its associated risks and challenges. One of the major risks outlined in this report is that many Cambodians that move to Thailand hoping to find better jobs end up being trafficked for their labour.

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Migrant Rights

Thematic area

Migrant rights

Date published

2017

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IOM

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