These Practices are a non-exhaustive selection of examples that illustrate ways in which States, private sector actors, international organizations, and civil society can implement the Guidelines. The Practices are based on existing practices and recommendations for new action. The Practices provide examples of distinct ways to address the protection of migrants in countries experiencing conflicts or natural disasters at the crisis preparedness, emergency response, and post-crisis phases. As with the Principles and Guidelines, the Practices are non-binding and voluntary. Stakeholders can adapt them to suit particular contexts, priorities, and capacities.

Practices to Support Crisis Preparedness


Practices to Support Emergency Response


Practices to Support Post-Crisis Action