External Documents & Multimedia

UN Framework Documents and Guidelines on Migrants & Refugees
Reports of UN Secretaries-General and their Special Representatives for International Migration
  • SG Guterres’ Making Migration Work for All, input to the drafting of the Global Compact for Migration (January 2018)
  • SRSG Arbour’s Issue Brief #6 for the GCM: Irregular migration and regular pathways, including decent work, labour mobility, recognition of skills and qualifications and other relevant measures (September 2017)
  • SRSG Arbour’s Issue Brief #5 for the GCM: Smuggling of migrants, trafficking in persons and contemporary forms of slavery, including appropriate identification, protection and assistance to migrants and trafficking victims (August 2017)
  • SRSG Arbour’s Issue Brief #4 for the GCM: Contributions of migrants and diasporas to all dimensions of sustainable development, including remittances and portability of earned benefits (July 2017)
  • SRSG Arbour’s Issue Brief #3 for the GCM: International cooperation and governance of migration in all its dimensions, including at borders, on transit, entry, return, readmission, integration and reintegration (June 2017)
  • SRSG Arbour’s Issue Brief #2 for the GCM: Addressing drivers of migration, including adverse effects of climate change, natural disasters and human-made crises, through protection and assistance, sustainable development, poverty eradication, conflict prevention and resolution (May 2017)
  • SRSG Arbour’s Issue Brief #1 for the GCM: Human rights of all migrants, social inclusion, cohesion and all forms of discrimination, including racism, xenophobia and intolerance (April 2017)
  • SRSG Sutherland Report, input to the GCM with recommendations for
    managing migration better through international cooperation (February 2017)
  • SG Ban’s In Safety and Dignity: Addressing Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants (April 2016)
  • SG Ban’s The Road to Dignity by 2030 (December 2014)
Reports of OHCHR’s Special Rapporteurs on the Human Rights of Migrants
Civil Society Papers

Accompanying document: Recommended Principles for Children on the Move and Other Children Affected by Migration in English, Spanish, French, Arabic, and Portuguese


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