Guidelines for Integrating Migration into International Cooperation and Development
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
International Cooperation; Sustainable Development; Whole-of-Government Approach; Whole-of-Society Approach
COVID-19; Data and Measuring Results; Diaspora, Migrants’ Associations and Remittances; Education; Employment and Entrepreneurship; Environment and Climate Change; Gender; Governance; Health; Private Sector Development and Trade; Rural Development; Security; Social Inclusion and Human Rights; Urban Development
Related Sustainable Development Goals and Global Compact for Migration Objectives
The Package of Resources for Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) provides development practitioners with insights into why integrating migration is important for their work, what it entails, and how it can be achieved. It consists of:
- Part 1 – Core Guidelines (this resource): Introduces the background information, facts and figures, conceptual frameworks, and key resources to support efforts to integrate migration into development cooperation.
- Part 2 – Toolkits: Contains a series of tools to integrate migration that can be applied when designing, implementing and/or evaluating interventions in various sectors, based on the technical insights from IOM and UN partners with specific expertise in these sectors. Contains toolkits for:
- Part 3 – Training: Brings the content of the Guidelines and Toolkits to life through a blended learning approach that consists of an e-learning course and complementary webinars. This is available via E-Campus and DG INTPA Academy.