Delivering on the Promise of the GCM: Migration Justice Briefing Paper Series

The briefing paper series aims at reinforcing steps towards migration justice

In May 2022, the first International Migration Review Forum (IMRF) is taking place at the UN General Assembly in New York. In preparation of the IMRF and to work towards an ambitious, effective, and human rights-based discussion and outcome at the Forum, the Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), with the support of FES Geneva Office, is producing a series of short papers. The briefing paper series aims at reinforcing steps towards migration justice through delivering on the promise of people-centered migration governance contained in the Global Compact of Migration (GCM).

Following papers have been published to date:

Paper 1: What is the International Migration Review Forum?

Paper 2: Why does the International Migration Review Forum matter for migration justice?

Paper 3: Using the International Migration Review Forum to further Migration Justice: Key Points on the Roadmap

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

To find translations into French and Spanish, please go to QUNO’s website.

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