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Community Profiles and Factsheets are produced for the top 100 overseas birthplace groups in Victoria. Each profile includes a series of 32 tables comparing diverse ethnic characteristics with a range of socio-demographic variables.
The Community Profiles provide a snapshot of South Australia's diverse communities, looking at country of birth.
This Manual has been developed to facilitate capacity building of first line officials to establish and/or implement ‘protection‐sensitive processes, procedures and systems’, with the aim of effectively responding to the protection needs of vulnerable migrants in Zambia. The Manual was develop
This guide offers concise practical guidance on how to initiate, implement and follow up on a migration profile process in a particular country. The development of the guide followed recommendations of the Global Forum for Migration and development.
After Hurricane Katrina, the American Red Cross begun various initiatives to increase the diversity of the staff at its headquarters and 800 chapters and draw more minority volunteers, through a faith-based initiative, designed to recruit and train volunteers in religious organizations -- partic
UNODC has a long-standing expertise on building the capacities of criminal justice practitioners to address trafficking in persons and migrant smuggling worldwide.
Through its Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants Case Law Databases, UNODC analyses and disseminates qualitative information regarding the prosecution of both trafficking in persons and migrant smuggling cases as well as the effective implementation of the relevant Protocols, with the
UNHCR issued the 10-Point Plan of Action in June 2006. The Plan of Action offers a framework to assist States in ensuring that persons in need of international protection who are travelling within broader mixed migratory movements can be identified and provided with an appropriate response.
This agreement is set out concerning the respective roles and responsibilities of the Departments of State and Defense regarding the protection and evacuation of U.S. citizens and nationals and designated other persons from threatened areas overseas.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM)’s Migration Crisis Operational Framework (MCOF) is a practical, operational and institution-wide tool to improve and systematize the way in which the Organization supports its Member States and partners to better prepare for and respond to migration crisis.