The edition provides a summary of IOM's regional strategies and presents IOM's responses and funding needs according to key thematic areas which all aim to enhance migration's positive impact on development.
This EMN Inform provides an overview of the main developments that took place in 2011 within the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (GAMM) objective of maximising the development impact of migration and mobility.
This EMN Inform presents the main developments that took place in 2011 with regard to international protection comprising statistics, the Common European Asylum System, intra-EU Solidarity , external dimension and unaccompanied minors.
This EMN Inform provides a short overview of the main developments that took place in the EU in 2011 in response to increasing migratory pressure and specifically in relation to the six strategic priority areas of the EU Action on Migratory Pressure.
This publication focuses on Brazilian migrants who have resided in Belgium and who
returned to Brazil through the system of voluntary return. The thesis investigates if and how
these returnees become actors of development in their home region in Brazil.
This Handbook for policymakers and practitioners in home and host countries gives concrete examples of policies and programs that have been effective, and pulls out both useful lessons and common challenges associated with the topics at hand.
Taking stock of more than 80 migration profiles, this guide presents the key lessons learned and the main challenges as well as practical guidance on how to initiate, implement and follow up on a migration profile process in a particular country.
In a globalised economic environment, labour mobility both within the EU and between the
EU and the rest of the world is a growing reality and necessity. Social security coordination is
a system of rules aimed at facilitating such mobility.
Gallup’s ongoing World Poll surveys in more than 150 countries. The Many Faces of Global Migration report is an introduction to what Gallup has learned by asking migrants and potential migrants themselves about their lives.