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The International Organization for Migration would like to express its gratitude. to the following donors for committing to the Series and this publication the. Government of Sweden the Government of Switzerland and the Government of. the United States of America,TOWARDS THE 2013 HIGH LEVEL. DIALOGUE ON INTERNATIONAL,MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT. FINAL REPORT OF THE HIGH LEVEL DIALOGUE SERIES, The opinions expressed in the report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect. the views of the International Organization for Migration IOM the United Nations UN. or the United Nations Population Fund UNFPA The designations employed and the. presentation of material throughout the report do not imply the expression of any opinion. whatsoever on the part of IOM the UN or UNFPA concerning the legal status of any country. territory city or area or of its authorities or concerning its frontiers or boundaries. IOM is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants. and society As an intergovernmental organization IOM acts with its partners in the. international community to assist in meeting the operational challenges of migration. advance understanding of migration issues encourage social and economic development. through migration and uphold the human dignity and well being of migrants. Photo credits cover,Top left IOM 2010 MHT0484 Photo Mark Turner. Top right IOM 2006 MTH0097 Photo Thierry Falise, Bottom right IOM 2006 MTH0058 Photo Thierry Falise.
Bottom left IOM 2012 MPH0734 Photo Ray Leyesa,2013 International Organization for Migration IOM. All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval. system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying. recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of the publisher. TABLE OF CONTENTS,List of Abbreviations iii,Foreword vii. Introduction 1, Series 1 From the 1994 Cairo International Conference on 4. Population and Development to the Present,12 October 2012. 1 1 From Cairo towards the 2006 High level Dialogue on. International Migration and Development, 1 2 The 2006 High level Dialogue on International Migration.
and Development, 1 3 From the 2006 High level Dialogue towards the 2013. High level Dialogue on International Migration and. Development,Summary Series 1, Series 2 Round table 1 Assessing the E ects of International 19. Migration on Sustainable Development and Identifying. Relevant Priorities in View of the Preparation of the. Post 2015 Development Framework,23 January 2013,2 1 Contemporary International Migration. 2 2 The E ects of International Migration on Sustainable. Development, 2 3 The Relationship between Migration and the Environment. 2 4 Identifying Priorities for the Post 2015 United Nations. Development Agenda,Summary Series 2, Series 3 Round table 2 Measures to Ensure Respect for and 36.
Protection of the Human Rights of All Migrants with. Particular Reference to Women and Children as well. as to Prevent and Combat Smuggling of Migrants and. Tra cking in Persons and to Ensure Regular Orderly. and Safe Migration,20 February 2013,3 1 The Scale and Scope of the Challenge. 3 2 Measures to Ensure Respect for and Protection of the. Human Rights of all Migrants with Particular Reference to. Women and Children, 3 3 Measures to Ensure Regular Orderly and Safe Migration. 3 4 Measures to Prevent and Combat Smuggling of Migrants. and Tra cking In Persons,3 5 Emerging Challenges,Summary Series 3. Series 4 Round table 3 Strengthening Partnerships and 57. Cooperation on International Migration Mechanisms, to E ectively Integrate Migration into Development. Policies and Promote Coherence at all Levels,23 April 2013.
4 1 Definitions, 4 2 Contemporary International Migration and the Need for. Greater Coherence Consultation Coordination and,Cooperation. 4 3 Achieving E ective Coherence Consultation Coordination. and Cooperation,Summary Series 4, Series 5 Round table 4 International and Regional Labour 73. Mobility and its Impact on Development,7 June 2013. 5 1 International and Regional Labour Mobility, 5 2 The Impact of International and Regional Labour Mobility.
on Development, 5 3 Promoting the Development Potential of Regional and. International Labour Mobility,5 4 Protecting Migrant Worker Rights. Summary Series 5,Conclusion 92,List of References 94. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS, APC Intergovernmental Asia Pacific Consultation on Refugees Displaced. Persons and Migrants,APEC Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation.
ASEAN Association of South East Asian Nations,AU African Union. CACM Central American Common Market,CARICOM Caribbean Community. CAT Convention against Torture, CEDAW Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against. CEN SAD Community of Sahel Saharan States, CERD Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. CIS Commonwealth of Independent States,COE Council of Europe.
COMESA Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa. CPD United Nations Commission on Population and Development. CRC Convention on the Rights of the Child, CRPD Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. EAC East African Community,EC European Commission,ECCAS Economic Community of Central African State. ECO Economic Cooperation Organization,ECOSOC United Nations Economic and Social Council. ECOWAS Economic Community of West African States,EFTA European Free Trade Association. EU European Union,EURASEC Eurasian Economic Community.
GATS General Agreement on Trade in Services,GCC Gulf Cooperation Council. GCIM Global Commission on International Migration,GDP Gross Domestic Product. GFMD Global Forum on Migration and Development,GMG Global Migration Group. GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development. HLCP United Nations High level Committee on Programmes. HLD United Nations High level Dialogue on International Migration and. Development, IAMM International Agenda for Migration Management. ICCPR International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. ICESCR International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights. ICPD International Conference on Population and Development. ICMC International Catholic Migration Commission, ICRMW International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant.
Workers and Members of their Families,IDM International Dialogue on Migration. IFRC International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. IGAD Intergovernmental Authority on Development, IGC Intergovernmental Consultations on Migration Asylum and Refugees. ILO International Labour Organization,IOM International Organization for Migration. IT Information Technology,JMDI Joint Migration and Development Initiative. KNOMAD Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development. LAS League of Arab States,MDGs Millennium Development Goals.
MDM Mediterranean Transit Migration Dialogue,MERCOSUR Southern Common Market. MIDA Migration for Development in Africa,MIDSA Migration Dialogue for Southern Africa. MIDWA Migration Dialogue for West Africa,MTM Dialogue on Mediterranean Transit Migration. MoU Memorandum of Understanding,MRC Migrant Resource Centre. NAFTA North American Free Trade Agreement,NAP National Adaptation Plan.
NAPA National Adaptation Plan of Action,NGO Non Governmental Organization. ODA O cial Development Assistance, OECD Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation. OHCHR United Nations O ce of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. OSCE Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. PIF Pacific Islands Forum,PRSP Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper. RCP Regional Consultative Process,REC Regional Economic Community. SAARC South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation. SACM South American Conference on Migration,SADC Southern African Development Community.
TOKTEN Transfer of Knowledge through Expatriate Nationals. UMA Maghreb Arab Union, UNCTAD United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. UNDESA United Nations Department of Economic and Social A airs. UNDP United Nations Development Programme, UNESCO United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. UNFPA United Nations Population Fund, UNGIFT United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Tra cking. UNHCR United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. UNICEF United Nations Children s Fund, UNITAR United Nations Institute for Training and Research. UNODC United Nations O ce on Drugs and Crime,USA United States of America.
WEF World Economic Forum,WHO World Health Organization. The International Organization for Migration IOM the United Nations Department for. Economic and Social A airs UNDESA and the United Nations Population Fund UNFPA. are pleased to present to you the final report of the 2013 High level Dialogue on. International Migration and Development Series, From October 2012 to June 2013 IOM UNDESA and UNFPA organized in collaboration. with interested governments five substantive meetings in order to prepare delegates and. observers to the United Nations for the 2013 General Assembly High level Dialogue on. International Migration and Development Four of the meetings focused on the themes. of the four round tables decided upon in General Assembly resolution 67 219 while the. introductory meeting addressed the evolution of the global debate on international. migration and development to date, The themes of the meetings which were all held at the United Nations in New York were. as follows, The Global Migration Debate From the Cairo International Conference on Population. and Development ICPD to the Present 12 October 2012. Sustainable Development and the Post 2015 Development Framework 24 January. Measures to Ensure Respect for and Protection of the Human Rights of all Migrants with. Particular Reference to Women and Children as well as to Prevent and Combat. Smuggling of Migrants and Tra cking in Persons and to Ensure Regular Orderly and. Safe Migration 20 February 2013, Strengthening Partnerships and Cooperation on International Migration Mechanisms.
to E ectively Integrate Migration into Development Policies and Promote Coherence. at All Levels 23 April 2013, International and Regional Labour Mobility and its Impact on Development 7 June. All five meetings brought together panels of experts from governments the United. Nations the International Organization for Migration other relevant intergovernmental. organizations as well as from academia and civil society The meetings co chaired by. Member States were uniformly well attended and included lively discussions a clear. testimony to the level of interest in these topics. We would like to thank the Governments of Sweden Switzerland and the United States of. America for providing the financial support which made this Series of High level Dialogue. round table meetings possible and the panelists for their contributions in making it a. success We would also like to express our appreciation to the co chairs of the five. meetings including the Governments of Mauritius and Switzerland first meeting the. Government of Bangladesh and the European Union second meeting the Governments. of Mexico and the United States third meeting the Governments of South Africa and. Sweden fourth meeting and the Governments of the United Arab Emirates and Canada. fifth meeting Lastly we would like to acknowledge the crucial work of Dr Khalid Koser. Deputy Director of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy in preparing the background. papers in summarizing the debates and in drafting this final report. We hope that this publication will assist Member States intergovernmental organizations. civil society and other stakeholders in Identifying concrete measures that enhance the. benefits of international migration while reducing its costs for countries of origin transit. and destination and migrants alike the 2013 High level Dialogue s main theme Together. with other preparatory activities we believe this report constitutes a key contribution to. this important milestone in the global migration debate. Babatunde Osotimehin William Lacy Swing Wu Hongbo, Executive Director Director General Under Secretary General. United Nations Population International Organization UN Department of. Fund UNFPA for Migration IOM Economic and Social,A airs UNDESA. INTRODUCTION, In 2006 then United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan led the first ever UN General. Assembly High level Dialogue on International Migration and Development Earlier that. year he had appointed a Special Representative on International Migration and. Development and in the same year the existing Geneva Migration Group was expanded. to become the Global Migration Group GMG as the main inter agency coordination. mechanism on migration, The 2006 High level Dialogue placed migration more firmly on the development agenda.
of many States and other relevant stakeholders across the world It also led to the. establishment of the state led Global Forum on Migration and Development GFMD. conceived as a mechanism for informal non binding dialogue among governments and. between governments and other partners including international organizations non. From October 2012 to June 2013 IOM UNDESA and UNFPA organized in collaboration with interested governments five substantive meetings in order to prepare delegates and observers to the United Nations for the 2013 General Assembly High level Dialogue on International Migration and Development Four of the meetings focused on the themes

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