Delivering on the promise of the GCM: Migration Justice Briefing Paper Series
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 papers on this page cover the following: :
- Paper 4: Meaningful Participation: Centring Migrant Expertise and Experience
- Paper 5: Dismantling systemic racism in migration governance
- Paper 6: Migrants in vulnerable situations as a result of migration policies and practices
See here for papers 1-3 on what is the IMRF, why the IMRF is important, and key entry points on the roadmap.
To view the complete series of briefing papers titled 'Migration Justice: Delivering on the Promise of the Global Compact for Migration' on Padlet, please click here.
QUNO thanks the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Foundation for their support with translations and design for this series.