The tools, developed through the EU-IOM Knowledge Management Hub (KMH) are a complement to the IOM Reintegration Handbook’s module “A Child Rights Approach to the Sustainable Reintegration of Migrant Children and Families”, co-developed by IOM and UNICEF.
The production of the sixth Knowledge Bite will be based on the analysis of the Returnee Longitudinal Survey (RLS) data, collected under the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (REMAP).
The KMH organizes a third English roll-out of the training on Monitoring and Evaluating Return and Reintegration Programmes based on IOM's monitoring and evaluation guidance for Return and Reintegration Programmes.
Nearly 50,000 migrants were assisted to voluntarily return to their countries of origin with more than 113,000 reintegration activities supported globally in 2021 according to the IOM 2021 Return and Reintegration Key Highlights.
The Return Counselling Toolkit builds upon IOM standards and the Organization’s longstanding experience in providing return and reintegration counselling to thousands of migrants every year, in a multiplicity of countries and operational contexts.
IOM is looking for a researcher to support the development of a study to identify the potentials of gender-sensitive, gender-responsive and gender-transformative approaches to reintegration programming.
The side event will discuss how to ensure the GCM’s implementation can contribute to the protection, respect and fulfilment of the rights of all children and build on experiences, learning and partnerships.
The Knowledge Café on "How an Integrated Approach to Migration, Sustainable Reintegration and Development Can Accelerate the 2030 Agenda" focused on how practitioners can integrate migration into their work from an integrated policy perspective.
Join the sixth IPPN Knowledge Café "How an Integrated Approach to Migration, Sustainable Reintegration and Development Can Accelerate the 2030 Agenda".
Con su lanzamiento en inglés en 2019 y su expansión al francés en 2020, la Plataforma de Retorno y Reintegración continúa consolidándose como una herramienta global de información e intercambio de conocimientos.