Recommendation on migration and bilateral development cooperation
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Recommendation on migration and bilateral development cooperation by Netherlands. Nationale Advies Raad voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking.

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Published by NAR in [The Hague], The Netherlands .
Written in English



  • Developing countries.


  • Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects.,
  • Refugees -- Developing countries.,
  • Migration, Internal -- Economic aspects -- Developing countries.,
  • Economic assistance, Dutch -- Government policy -- Developing countries.

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Edition Notes

StatementNational Advisory Council for Development Cooperation.
SeriesPublications of the Netherlands" National Advisory Council for Development Cooperation ;, no. 97, Publikaties van de Nationale Advies Raad voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking ;, 97.
LC ClassificationsHC60 .N465 no. 97, JV6035 .N465 no. 97
The Physical Object
Pagination57 p. ;
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL577987M
LC Control Number96166062

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The collaboration among the agencies represented in this book reflects ongoing efforts to advance global understanding and inter-agency cooperation on migration. The book thus helps to fill a gap in knowledge about the “international system” around migration.   Against a background of past, limited examples of international cooperation, and ambitious hopes for extensive future efforts, this volume puts two related questions to the empirical test: under which conditions are states prepared to cooperate over international migration, and what form - bilateral, multilateral, formal, informal - will this cooperation take?Cited by: Bilateral labour agreements (BLAs) are part of the broader set of frameworks, laws, technical instruments and practices that make up national labour migration policies. Improving the quality and efficiency of BLAs in ensuring rights-based labour migration requires State and non-State actors (social partners and key stakeholders) involved in the development and implementation. The need for an evidence-based approach in the field of migration and development has been a recurring theme at the Global Forum on Migration and Development This handbook responds to that need A driving ambition of the EC-UN Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI) has been its commitment to com-.

They have become major sources of migrants to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) nations. This paper focuses on the migration relationship between China and . Recommendation 5: Exchange data on bilateral and multilateral bases and mine international databases Recommendation 1: Introduce questions in the census to collect information on international migration Recommendation 2: Publish, disseminate and analyse the census results and produce detailed. The publication presents a detailed report of the deliberations on the main issues discussed at the two workshops and offers a collection of experiences, best practices shared and recommendations made for strengthening cooperation and partnerships on migration at all levels and enhancing capacity development efforts for effective migration governance. Migration agencies have already begun to open avenues of cooperation between governments, but development agencies in both origin and destination countries must also work together to integrate migration cooperation into their development thinking and actions.

bilateral agreements for well-regulated and fair migration between member States (ILO, a). Thus the ILO also needs a strong research and evidence base on BLAs to meet the technical cooperation demands of its constituents in line with the above mandate. Overall, the book will focus on global migration, with a broad range of topics related to the Global South. Some of the topics which will be covered in the book range from determinants for. tively to make migration a more legal, orderly, and mutually benefi cial process. Cooperation on migration management has been growing steadily, involving both state and nonstate actors in the form of regio-nal dialogues, bilateral agreements, and the creation of international initiatives such as the Global Forum on Migration and Development. This resource presents policymakers and regulators with practical guidance and ideas to improve regulation and oversight of international recruitment and protection of migrant workers. It covers a broad range of themes, including the following: (a) recruitment fees; (b) licensing and registration of labour recruiters; (c) inspections and enforcement; (d) access to grievance.