Including migrants in development cooperation sectors

The Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development provides systematic guidance on how migration can be integrated into development cooperation sectors in a manner that harnesses the development potential of migration ensures that risks and opportunities are fully assessed and makes development cooperation more coherent and effective. The guidance provides analysis and practical tools to enable policymakers and practitioners to deal with the ways in which migration and sustainable development interact within the context of the COVID‑19 pandemic. 

The guidance includes training videos helps development practitioners better understand the importance and feasibility of integrating migration considerations into their sector programming. Drawing on concrete project examples and highlighting key connections between migration and sustainable development through human-interest stories, the videos serve as visual case studies that can support wider training efforts. 

Author

IOM

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Themes: 

Leave No-One Behind Tools - Assessing Who is Being Left Behind and Why - Developing Strategies and Plans for Leaving No One BehindRisk-Informed Development Tools - Peace and Conflict Analysis and Humanitarian Response

Function: 

Guidelines and diagnosticsKnowledge management platforms