Refugee Protection and Mixed Migration: A 10-Point Plan of Action 2007 version

The Refugee Protection and Mixed Migration: 10-Point Plan in Action provides examples of how different stakeholders have made use of the 10-Point Plan of Action as a strategic tool to inform the development of immigration and asylum systems and to improve their operational responses. It includes an extensive collection of recent operational practices, protection-sensitive tools and strategies to assist States and others in developing and implementing protection-sensitive responses that take into account the needs of refugees and migrants travelling within mixed flows as well as sovereignty considerations and the concerns of states.
This is a revised version of the June 2006 Plan of Action.

CONTRIBUTING GOVT/AGENCYUNHCR
LANGUAGEArabic, English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish
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METHOD OF LEARNINGSelf-Learning
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IS THE COURSE/CURRICULUM AVAILABLE? (if applicable)Yes
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACTUNHCR Global Learning Centre
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For contact details: http://www.unhcr.org/contact-us.html

Contents:

  1. Cooperation among key partners
  2. Data collection and analysis
  3. Protection-sensitive entry systems
  4. Reception arrangements
  5. Mechanisms for profiling and referral
  6. Differentiated processes and procedures
  7. Solutions for refugees
  8. Addressing secondary movements
  9. Return arrangements for non-refugees and alternative migration options
  10. Information strategy

Please see the overview of the contents at: http://www.refworld.org/pdfid/45b0c09b2.pdf


The Bali Process Border Management Roundtable Discussion – Risks and Emerging Issues in People Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons by Air

To support Bali Process Member States in strengthening border management and cooperation, the Regional Support Officer of the Bali Process (RSO), with support from Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC) organized a 3-day Border Management Roundtable Discussion – Risks and Emerging Issues in People Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons by Air.

Regional Workshop to Enhance Information Sharing on Maritime Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants

On 1-2 November, in Jakarta, Indonesia, the RSO and UNODC hosted the United States funded, Regional Workshop to Enhance Information Sharing on Maritime Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants.  The workshop brought together representatives of Member States to discuss and share experiences to enhance regional law enforcement information sharing on maritime smuggling and trafficking.

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