Virtual Library on Migration

 

Las agencias especializadas del Sistema de Naciones Unidas cuentan con información valiosa sobre sus diversos temas de expertise, los cuales a menudo concurren con la migración. Su información es particularmente relevante pues responde a metodologías de alta calidad y trabajan con muestras de poblaciones variadas y en ocasiones con un número considerable de personas. La Biblioteca Virtual reúne los repositorios de las agencias de la ONU para incentivar la búsqueda ampliada de investigaciones que transversalicen la migración con otros temas relacionados con el desarrollo sostenible.

Investigating Human Trafficking Cases Using a Victim-centred Approach: A Trainer’s Manual on Combating Trafficking in Persons for Capacity-building of Law Enforcement Officers in Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago

Investigating Human Trafficking Cases Using a Victim-centred Approach: A Trainer’s Manual on Combating Trafficking in Persons for Capacity-building of Law Enforcement Officers in Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago

09 / 08 / 2017

The Trainer’s Manual provides a practical and comprehensive methodology for trainers and migration experts to impart to law enforcement officers knowledge of fighting human trafficking that is specific to the contexts of Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago, yet expansive enough for application to the entire Caribbean. 

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Directory of services for migrants 2017

Directory of Services for Migrants 2017

04 / 07 / 2017

(Available only in Spanish) Identifying public and private institutions that provide services to migrants is essential for a better integration of migrant populations. We hope that this Resource Guide will be a useful tool for institutions, non-governmental organizations, private organizations and all those that provide assistance to migrant populations in vulnerable situations.

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Migration In The Caribbean: Current Trends, Opportunities And Challenges

20 / 06 / 2017

This working paper provides an overview of the migration situation in the Caribbean.The document shows migration related facts, highlights migration trends, and discusses current and future challenges for migration governance in the region. The countries included in this study are all major countries of origin, transit and destination of important migration flows.

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Report on Results of the High-Level Parliamentary Dialogue on Migration in Latin America and the Caribbean: Realities and Commitments towards the Global Compact

Report on Results of the High-Level Parliamentary Dialogue on Migration in Latin America and the Caribbean: Realities and Commitments towards the Global Compact

11 / 06 / 2017

Within the framework of the XXXIII General Assembly of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament (PARLATINO), held on 09-10 June 2017, more than 200 legislators from throughout Latin America and the Caribbean participated in the High-Level Parliamentary Dialogue on Migration in Latin America and the Caribbean. The event was jointly convened by the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) for purposes of sharing experiences, identifying and analyzing challenges, exchanging good practices related to international migration, and generating useful input for the development of a Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration.

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National Position of Honduras Regarding the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (GCM)

National Position of Honduras Regarding the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (GCM)

06 / 06 / 2017

The Government of Honduras, by way of the Secretariat for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (SRECI), and being aware of the importance of formulating a national position to contribute to the Preparatory Phase leading to the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (GCM), requested cooperation from the IOM to facilitate a training activity for an inter-institutional commission, in order to prepare a national consultation process to formulate said national position. This report presents the results obtained throughout the process. 

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SHELTER PROJECTS 2015-2016 CASE STUDIES OF HUMANITARIAN SHELTER AND SETTLEMENT RESPONSES

Shelter Projects 2015-2016

03 / 04 / 2017

This book contains case studies of the field implementation of humanitarian shelter projects, written by shelter practitioners with specific interests and experience of each of them. As many larger crises have occurred on a regional or international scale in 2015 and 2016, there is also a number of overviews, contextualizing the group of case studies for each of those regional crises. In some cases, overviews give the background and present the national shelter response for a given crisis, within one country. 

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Protocol for the protection and care of Salvadoran migrant children and adolescents

19 / 03 / 2017

The Protocol for the protection and care of Salvadoran migrant children and adolescents contains the principles, national and international legal provisions related to the matter, as well as a detailed description of the intervention that each of the entities develops in the process of returning Salvadoran children and adolescents and those identified at borders without adequate documentation or traveling in conditions of vulnerability.

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National Survey of Migration and Remittances, El Salvador 2017

19 / 03 / 2017

This report aims to generate statistical information on migration and remittances that contributes to the development and implementation of public policies and social projects.

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Migration and Remittances Survey, Guatemala

19 / 03 / 2017

In the period 2002-2010, the United Nations Migration Agency (IOM) developed the Survey on Remittances in Guatemala that included aspects related to the international migration of Guatemalan people. Given the current migration dynamics, and based on the report A / 71 / 296-2016 of the Secretary General of the United Nations, IOM updated and presented it to the State of Guatemala to provide reliable, transparent and verifiable data that serves not only to making informed decisions, but as a basis for the formulation of policies, projects and plans that benefit migrant populations and their communities of origin.

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Survey on Migration and Child Labour in Guatemala 2017

19 / 03 / 2017

In Guatemala, IOM coordinates efforts with different institutions, including the Presidency's Secretariat of Social Welfare (SBS). From May to October 2017, in conjunction with SBS, the IOM implemented the Survey of Human Mobility Homes in Guatemala, with the aim of generating information on returned unaccompanied migrant children and their families, to serve as support to humanitarian management and knowledge-based decision making.

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