Resources and Publications
This paper makes recommendations for concrete actions that should be included in the Global Compact for Migration to enhance the way States and other actors take into account migrants, and the protection and assistance they may need, when preparing for and responding to crises.
This study centres on the migrants who were displaced by the 2011 crisis from five countries of origin (Burkina Faso, Chad, Egypt, Ghana and Niger) and one country of transit (Tunisia).
This study investigates the experiences of migrants during and after the Ivorian crises with a focus on key actors who participated in the provision of assistance.
The long term consequences of the 2011 floods on migrants from Myanmar, Lao PDR, Cambodia and Vietnam and the role played by the existing migrant registration system.