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The role of inter-State consultation mechanisms on migration in the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration

— theme: Labour migration policy
— country: Global
— type: Reports

This review revisits the role of inter-State consultation mechanisms on migration (ISCMs) in the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration with the aim to identify their potential contribution in attaining the global compact commitments and the potential complementarity and added value of ISCM engagement in the Global Compact for Migration, recognizing the ISCM’s mostly regional and interregional nature. The review is based on a desktop research of existing documents and ISCMs’ positions on the Global Compact for Migration, as well as survey and telephone interviews among ISCMs. While the review is not exhaustive of all ISCMs’ opinions, it nonetheless reveals a snapshot of where ISCMs see themselves in the Global Compact for Migration after its adoption. Building on the findings of the Seventh Global ISCM Meeting, this review highlights certain good practices of the surveyed ISCMs, which together cover a total membership of 160 States and include all regions of the world.

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