Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Migrations, Territoires et Développement

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MTD

Brève description de l'initiative

Le Projet "Migrations, Territoires et Développement" est mis en oeuvre par l'association Migrations & Développement dans les régions du Souss Massa et du Drâa Tafilalet. Ce projet, qui consiste principalement en l'accompagnement de collectivités territoriales marocaines (11 communes, 2 provinces, 1 région), a comme objectif de favoriser l'intégration de la Migration dans la planification territoriale du développement des zones d'intervention.

Date de début – Date de fin

lun, 02/29/2016

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2015 International Dialogue on Migration: Conference on MIgrants and Cities - Summary of Conclusions

The JMDI team is pleased to share with you the summary of conclusions from the 2015 IOM Conference on Migrants and Cities which took place in Geneva on 26-27 October. On this occasion, issues ranging from the role of migration in the shaping and developing of cities, the local governance of migration challenges, migration management strategies at both local and nation to multi-stakeholder partnerships were addressed.

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Document language

English

Document type

English version

Focus area

Migration et Développement Economique Local
Migration et Gouvernance Locale

Thematic area

Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Related Area

Related countries

Global

Date published

2015

Number of pages

5 pages

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Publisher / Organisation

Is unrestricted immigration compatible with inclusive welfare states? The (un)sustainability of EU exceptionalism.

 

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Document type

Document language

English

Thematic area

Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Related Area

Related countries

Global

Number of pages

999 pages

Place / Publisher

Publisher / Organisation

COMPAS

Into the Mainstream: Rethinking Public Services for Diverse and Mobile Populations

 

Amid rapid economic and social diversification of Europe's urban areas, the concept of "mainstreaming" immigrant integration—the idea that integration policy requires a whole-of-government approach and a shift away from group-targeted policies—has swept through policy circles and become embedded in policy parlance at the highest levels. Despite its intuitive appeal, however, few agree on its precise definition.

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Document type

Document language

English

Thematic area

Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Related Area

Related countries

Global

Number of pages

41 pages

Place / Publisher

Publisher / Organisation

Migration Policy Institute

New Urban Perspectives: Climate Change, Refugees, and Planning

Dates

lun, 03/06/2017

Type of event

Meeting

Thematic area

Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Country

Etats-Unis d'Amérique

City

Washington, D.C.

The Wilson Center's Urban and Sustainability Laboratory will be holding an event entitled "New Urban Perspectives: Climate Change, Refugees, and Planning" on March 6, 2017 in Washington, D.C. In light of the adopted New Urban Agenda and in order to strengthen the ties between policymaking and academic thought, this event will provide a place to discuss the latest research on inclusive and innovative urban planning to accommodate refugees, along with other related topics.
 

Read more or register to attend here: http://bit.ly/2lPnMhn

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The Right to the City for Urban Displaced - A Review of the Barriers to Safe and Equal Access to the City for the Displaced Residents of Dar es Salaam

Dar es Salaam is one of the fastest growing cities in sub-Sahara Africa and might become a “mega-city” of over 10 millions residents by 2025. Part of this growth is due to important migratory flux, coming in particular from the DRC and Burundi, two countries facing some severe political crisis. Theses conflicts force many people to flee their homes and leave their origin territory for neighboring countries, as Tanzania. Most of them will settle at the borders of Dar es Salaam, making the city bigger and larger.

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Document type

Focus area

Migration et Intégration

Thematic area

Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Related countries

(République unie de) Tanzanie

Date published

2017

Number of pages

26 pages

Connecting Refugees - How Internet and Mobile Connectivity can Improve Refugee Well-Being and Transform Humanitarian Action (UNHCR)

This UNHCR report, entitled 'Connecting Refugees - How Internet and Mobile Connectivity can Improve Refugee Well-Being and Transform Humanitarian Action', aims to highlight the critical role that information and communications technology plays in improving the lives of refugees from city to city. From the lifeline of mobile connectivity to internet basics for e-registering health and other services, ICT and online platforms are providing scalable tech solutions that facilitate refugee connection and inclusion and driving enduring social innovation offline.

Document link

Document language

English

Document type

Focus area

Migration et Intégration

Thematic area

Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Date published

2016

Webinar: Online/Offline: How Technology Can Empower Local Refugee Communities

Dates

mer, 11/23/2016

Type of event

Webcast

Thematic area

Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Lead organisation

City

Cities of Migration organizes a webminar on November 23 to unpack UNHCR’s latest report, Connecting Refugees: How Internet and Mobile Connectivity Can Improve Refugee Well-Being and Transform Humanitarian Action, on the critical role that information and communications technology plays in improving the lives of refugees from city to city.

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From Refugees to Workers: Mapping labour market integration support measures for asylum seekers and refugees in EU member states

This study by the Bertelsmann Stiftung identifies the policies and practices being implemented in different EU Member States to facilitate the labour market integration of recent refugees and asylum seekers who have arrived in the respective country in the last year. It carries out a comparative perspective that focuses on nine EU member states, namely Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

Document link

Document language

Document type

English version

Thematic area

Accès des migrants aux services de la ville

Related Area

Related countries

Autriche
Danemark
France
Allemagne
Italie
Pays-Bas
Espagne
Suède
Royaume-Uni

Date published

2016

Number of pages

58 pages

Place / Publisher

Guetersloh / Bertelsmann Stiftung

Publisher / Organisation

Managing migration well: For more inclusive and resilient cities

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oct 17, 2016

JMDI Focus area

Migration et Développement Economique Local
Migration et Gouvernance Locale

Country

Equateur
Indéfini
The JMDI is pleased to announce its participation in the upcoming Habitat III UN Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development in Quito, Ecuador and in the side-event “Managing migration well: for more inclusive and resilient cities”. The event is organised by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat). The JMDI, along with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), will be participating in the event as partners.

Read more about the event here and in the document attached.