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Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 12:36
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. Ce volet migration a été développé en collaboration avec l’OIM. Il souligne l’intérêt du profil migratoire territorial, un outil développé et expérimenté...
Document type: Article
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 12:33
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. This section was developed in collaboration with IOM. It explains the value of developing territorial migration profiles, a tool developed and tested in Senegal by the UN Joint Development and Migration Initiative, and...
Document type: Article
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 12:58
ILO released a White Paper presenting promising practices and innovative models that could be useful for policymakers in developing regulations and enforcement mechanisms for a productive working relationship between domestic workers and employers in the Arab States. While important progress has been made in a number of countries in the Middle East toward better legal protection for migrant workers, which make an important part of domestic workers, enforcement remains a challenge, especially as the domestic work sector is constantly evolving. The ILO White Paper is accessible here
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Monday, March 12, 2018 - 14:15
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. As they noticed that the difference in employment rates between native- and non-EU born women is higher than the one of their male counterparts, they investigated the causes of such a gap. They found that in addition to a difference in age and education composition, it can be explained by the role of persistent culture but also by structural constraints on female...
Document type: Article
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 11:50
The Kuala Lumpur Declaration recognizes increased migration into urban areas as a challenge faced by cities that requires special attention. The Declaration therefore considers social cohesion and inclusive economic environment can unlock urban migrants’ development potential and increase their positive contributions. Indeed, conducive policies to ensuring migrants’ integration and protection are a pre-requisite for migrants to be able to fully participate in and contribute to society.   Background The World Urban Forum closed its Ninth Session (WUF9) today February 13, 2018. The biennial...
Document type: Meeting/Conference Report
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 - 09:33
This report by WHO entitled "Women on the move: Migration, care work and health" hones in on the experiences of care workers - a population largely composed of migrant women. By adapting a transnational perspective, the sectoral elements (i.e. heath, employment, immigration, etc.) of their experience and the experiences of their families are highlighted; thereby, revealing an emerging global paradox in which "care workers, who are overwhelmingly female and many of whom are migrants, make a very large contribution to global public health, but are exposed to many health risks themselves while...
Document type: Report
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 - 09:16
The recently launched joint UNDP-ODI report entitled "Climate change, migration and displacement: the need for a risk-informed and coherent approach" unwinds the complex relationship between human mobility and climate change. With a view to inform the global discourse surrounding these matters, the report provides evidence based insight on the presented challenges and how they can be adequately and appropriately addressed in international and national policies.   
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Monday, November 6, 2017 - 13:12
This report by UNHCR explains the circumstances of stateless people who are not recognised citizens of any State. As result of this lacking recognition, an unnecessary burden is placed on ethnic groups which furthers their exclusion and discrimation.  By drawing on the experiences of stateless minority groups, this report highlights the importance of upholding the right to nationality since statelessness placed an unnecessary burden on ethnic groups which furthers their exclusion and discrimination. The chapters of the publication are organised by: Key findings  The Karana of Madagascar The...
Document type: Report
Tuesday, October 31, 2017 - 09:24
The ILO has developed training modules on "Promoting the Integration of Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe". The aim of these modules is to provide social partners, labour market actors and local authorities in Europe with targeted capacity buidling so that they may implement effective policies and programmes to enhance the socioeconomic integration of migrant domestic workers. The eight modules include: Module I: Overall Framework on Domestic Work Module II: International Labour Standards relevant to Domestic Work and Migration Module III: European Union Framework on Labour Migration Module...
Document type: Training Material
Friday, October 20, 2017 - 10:38
In this case study entitled "Specialised Foster Care for Unaccompanied and Separated Children in Serbia", the Save the Children project "Appropriate care and protection for unaccompanied refugee and migrant children (UASC): Building capacities for specialised fostering of UASC in Serbia" is highlighted.  Building on the lessons learned and good practices of this project, they have developed a specialised foster care training package in collaboration with relevant insitutions. This training package is oriented towards professionals and foster families who are interested in providing care for...
Document type: Case Study