Migration and Local Economic Development

Récits de Succès

French

L’Initiative Conjointe pour la Migration et le Développement de l’ONU (ICMD) a publié une collection de « Récits de Succès » qui contient une série d'études de cas sur les bonnes pratiques, les leçons apprises et les recommandations se fonde sur les résultats empiriques des projets soutenus par l’ICMD dans huit pays cibles : Costa Rica, Équateur, El Salvador, Philippines, Maroc, Népal, Sénégal et Tunisie. Ceux-ci sont fondés sur des données probantes et peuvent servir à guider d'autres autorités locales et régionales dans la mise en œuvre d'initiatives similaires.

The IOM and ILO release a new report analysing the characteristics, challenges and opportunities of labour migration from China to Europe

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) have published a new report that investigates the challenges of labour migration from China to Europe. Chinese migration in Europe is increasingly important. By the end of 2015, there were 260,000 migrant workers from China legally residing in the 28 EU Member States. Due to the size of this flow of people, it is necessary to discuss the challenges and opportunities that it represents for both China and Europe, as well as their citizens.

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IOM

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Migration and Local Economic Development

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China
European Union Member States

Date published

2017

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IOM/ILO

INVITATION: GFMD Reflection on Migration-related SDGs in the 2030 Agenda

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Wed, 07/12/2017

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Conference

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Other

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Global

City

New York

On the eve of the Tenth Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) Summit to be held in Berlin on June 28-30, the GFMD 2017-2018 Co-Chairs Germany and Morocco are pleased to announce that a GFMD side event entitled “GFMD Reflection on Migration-related SDGs in the 2030 Agenda” will be held at the margins of the 2017 High Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development, on Wednesday, 12 July 2017, from 13h15 to 14h30 at Room 4 of the UN Conference Building.

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Étude de cas #15 : Le partenariat public- privé dans les projets de développement local soutenus par la diaspora

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Pays : Tunisie

Domaine thématique : Partenariats pour une gestion efficace des migrations pour le développement local

Mots clés : diaspora, approche multi-acteurs, autonomie économique

How to Improve Domestic Payment Infrastructure and Access to New Technologies

ACP EU Migration Action published a new report emphasising the important role of remittances in development as they are a steady, reliable source of investment that helps millions of individuals and households to raise living standards. High cost and the obstacles to access affordable formal remittance channels are few examples. By proposing solutions as to improve domestic payment infrastructures and grant migrants access to new technologies, we contribute to creating an environment that benefits the lives of migrants, their families and communities. 

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IOM

Focus area

Migration and Local Economic Development

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Remittances and financial sector development

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Date published

2017

Number of pages

188 pages

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