Les dernières nouvelles M&D

juil 30, 2015
    To mark International Day against Trafficking in Persons, the JMDI is reflecting on how migrants end up as victims of trafficking, how their rights are violated and why protecting their rights is essential as part of an integral approach to combatting trafficking. The crime of trafficking in persons affects virtually all countries in all regions of the world. According to the United Nations...
juil 22, 2015
  Cette conférence marque une étape importante dans le renforcement et l’amélioration des partenariats globaux pour mieux aborder les questions du développement. Un large consensus des 193 Etats Membres de l’ONU a eu lieu qui s’est concrétisé par la signature du Plan d’Action d’Addis-Abeba qui inclut une série de mesures concrètes visant à favoriser l’économie solidaire et fournir les fondements...
juil 20, 2015
  This conference marks a milestone in enhancing and improving global partnership to better tackle development issues. A full consensus of all 193 UN Member States signed the Addis Ababa Action Plan which includes a series of concrete measures that aims to foster inclusive economy and provides a foundation for the implementation of the Post 2015 Development Agenda. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-...
juin 29, 2015
  Strengthening the capacities of local actors invested in migration and development initiatives is a key component of the JMDI. The JMDI, together with partners IOM and ITC-ILO, has therefore developed training modules entitled “My JMDI Toolbox” which offers a flexible and comprehensive tool for local stakeholders (local authorities, civil society, migrants’ associations, academia, international...

Les ressources du réseau M4D

juil 31, 2015
Even under the most challenging constraints, people find ways to engage in creative problem-solving. Refugees, displaced persons, and others caught in crisis often have skills, talents, and aspirations that they draw upon to adapt to difficult circumstances. The report "Refugee Innovation: Humanitarian Innovation that Starts with Communities" focuses on examples and case studies... Read more >
juil 31, 2015
In recent decades, maritime migration in Asia has become increasingly contentious, as refugees and irregular migrants traversing the region by sea complicate the attempts of governments in the Asia-Pacific region to control their borders, regulate immigration, and fulfill their obligations under international law. In the spring of 2015, irregular maritime migration across the Bay of Bengal to... Read more >