Briefing paper: Using the Outcomes of the International Migration Review Forum for Migration Justice
The 2022 International Migration Review Forum was the first global reflection by States on the implementation of the GCM so far. While it succeeded in demonstrating a commitment to human rights-based multilateralism on migration within the United Nations, it did not deliver on all the demands and concerns of those working for migration justice. Further work is needed to make the best use of this steppingstone by building on its outcomes, including the progress declaration, national reviews and statements, and pledges.
See attached our latest briefing paper of a series of short briefing notes titled: Migration Justice: Delivering on the Promise of the Global Compact for Migration. This paper covers the outcomes of the 2022 International Migration Review Forum and how civil society and other actors can use them to further migration justice.
QUNO thanks the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Foundation (FES) for their support with translations and design.
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