Guidelines

 
Derived from the input of States, civil society, international organizations, and private sector actors, these voluntary and non-binding Guidelines to Protect Migrants in Countries Experiencing Conflict or Natural Disaster reflect the outcome of the MICIC Initiative.

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Repository of practices

Location: 
New York, USA

Panelists discussed how the MICIC Initiative process and its Guidelines, can serve as a model to move forward with similar commitments made at the September 19 High Level Summit on Refugees and Migrants.

Capacity Building Tools

IOM has developed and piloted a series of capacity building tools for migrants' home and host countries.

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Blog

Supporting Bangladeshi Migrants Returning From Libya