Réponses consolidées aux discussions en ligne
L’ICMD organise régulièrement des discussions en ligne afin d’établir un dialogue sur un thème spécifique de la migration et du développement. Lorsqu’une discussion en ligne se termine, nous rassemblons et consolidons les informations dans un rapport que vous trouverez ci-dessous. Ces rapports systématisent et résument les principales conclusions de chaque discussion en ligne afin de faciliter l’échange de savoirs entre les membres de la Communauté M4D.
Question 1 : Que signifie pour vous l’intégration de la migration dans la planification de la politique locale ?
Question 1: What does mainstreaming migration into local policy planning mean to you?
Pregunta no1: ¿Qué significa para usted la integración de la migración en la planificación de las políticas locales?
What has been learned from the implementation of the M&D agenda at local level when it comes to the achievement of the MDGs?
Diasporas are powerful actors with the ability to transform or perpetuate conflict and are increasingly important sources of financial, entrepreneurial and human capital. Concentrated efforts are required to effectively facilitate diaspora involvement in the peacebuilding, post-crisis reconstruction, and development processes of their countries of origin. Diasporas can contribute human, financial and social capital for the development of their communities of origin.
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Women migrant workers represent a population which is highly vulnerable to discrimination, abuse, and exploitation, especially where they work in under-regulated sectors such as domestic work. They are also likely to suffer from stress caused by the dual burden of domestic and family duties combined with external paid work; and/or conflicts and tensions with family members – particularly children – who remain in their country of origin.
Topic 1: Common grievances of migrant workers
Factors determining migrants’ grievances and access to redress
The United Nations Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of their Families provides a definition of “migrant worker” at article 2(1).
The EC-UN Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI)’s new report, “From Migration to Development: Lessons drawn from the experience of Local Authorities”, was commissioned in view of the fact that – although in the last decade local authorities have become increasingly active in connecting migration and development – the global dialogue and analytical work largely involves only international organizations and national governments without devotin
The concept of circular migration has gained increasing international attention over the past few years as a potential win-win for both sending and destination countries whereby labour shortages in destination countries could be filled without the associated costs of permanent migration, while unemployment in sending countries could be alleviated and remittances, skills and other social capital brought back to the country upon the migrant’s return. Similarly, in terms of Migration and Development, diaspora members residing permanently in destination countries could return temporarily to th