As we work towards an ambitious, effective, and human rights-based discussion and outcome at the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF), we are producing a series of short papers to support steps towards migration justice through delivering on the promise of people-centered migration governance contained in the Global Compact of Migration.
The briefing paper on this page covers the outcomes of the 2022 IMRF and how to use them for migration justice.
- See here for papers 1-3 on what is the IMRF, why the IMRF is important, and key entry points on the roadmap
- See here for papers 4-6 on meaningful migrant participation, dismantling systemic racism in migration governance, and migrants in vulnerable situations as a result of migration policies and practices
QUNO thanks the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Foundation (FES) for their support with translations and design.