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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.
The Italian Red Cross provides first line primary health support at landing points in Italy. Once migrants arrive, doctors from the Ministry of Health conduct an on-board medical check.
ProjektXchange is a programme of the Austrian Red Cross through which migrants in Austrian society share their journey and achievements with young people to help improve perceptions of migrants.
The ICRC, in collaboration with the Mexican and Central American National Societies, provides free assistance to migrants (in transit or returned) who have suffered major illnesses or injuries during their journey (including amputations, spinal cord injuries, etc.).
‘Snapshot’ programme, South Sudan: This online and print-based project is run by the ICRC and the National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies of Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan and Uganda.
The IFRC has engaged in a 45-month project, co-funded by the European Union (EU) and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to promote the rights of migrants in targeted countries, migration corridors and regions through a globally coordinated civil society action,
The IFRC has engaged in a comprehensive analysis of smart practices that enhance the resilience of migrants, culminating in the development of a wide-ranging online database based around the findings.