- Report of the Proceedings [ FR | ES ]
- Summary Report [ FR | ES ]
- Final Conclusions and Recommendations of the Chair
Report of the General Rapporteurs:
"Human Capital Development and Labor Mobility: Maximizing Opportunities and Minimizing Risks"
Session 1.1 [ FR | ES ]
Highly skilled migration: balancing interests and responsibilities.
Session 1.2 [ FR | ES ]
Temporary labor migration as a contribution to development: sharing responsibility.
Session 1.3 [ FR | ES ]
The role of other-than government partners in strengthening the developmental contribution of temporary labor migration.
Session 1.4 [ FR | ES ]
How can circular migration and sustainable return serve as development tools?
Session 1.4: Model Session [ FR | ES ]
Setting up a model Circular Migration program.
"Remittances and other diaspora resources: Increasing their net volume and development value"
- Basic Fact Sheet on Remittances [ FR | ES ]
Session 2.1 [ FR | ES ]
Improving the formalization of transfers and reducing their cost.
Session 2.2 [ FR | ES ]
Increasing the micro-impact of remittances on development.
Session 2.3 [ FR | ES ]
Increasing the macro-impact of remittances on development.
Session 2.4 [ FR | ES ]
Working with the diaspora for development.
"Enhancing Institutional and Policy Coherence and Promoting Partnerships"
- Introductory Note
Session 3.1 [ FR | ES ]
Measuring Migration and Development Impacts: Latest Initiatives and Progress
Session 3.3 (Future of the Forum)
CSD Background Papers:
Highly Skilled Migration: Balancing Interests and Responsibilities and Tackling Brain Drain.
Temporary labour migration as contribution to development: sharing responsibility between sending and receiving countries and the role of other-than government partners.
Can Migrants, Countries of Origin and Countries of Destination All Win from Circular Migration?
Remittances and Development: issues and policy opportunities.
Strategies for building diaspora/migrant organization capacity for development.
The value of the “Migration and Development” nexus, and migration out of choice vs. migration out of necessity.
Principles and measures to obtain more coherent and collaborative policy making on migration and development.
Looking ahead: Developing strategies and partnerships to work on ‘migration and development’ issues.
Global Migration Group:
- Involvement of Participating Agencies in the Preparations for the First Meeting of GFMD
- Matrix of Projects/Activities that Could be of Interest to Participants
- Questions and Issues of Relevance to the Interlinkages between International Migration, Gender and Development
- Results of the Survey Migration and Development Projects Activities
Innocenti Research Centre and UNICEF:
- Children OF International Migrants in Indonesia, Thailand, AND THE Philippines: A Review of Evidence and Policies
- Economic Growth and Child Poverty in the CEE/CIS and the Baltic States
- Making Children Visible at the Brussels GFMD
International Labour Organization:
- Integrating Gender into the Roundtable Sessions of the GFMD
- Rights, Labour Migration and Development: The ILO Approach
International Organization for Migration:
IOM, ILO and OSCE
Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights:
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
- Key Titles on Migration
- Migration, Aid and Trade: Policy Coherence for Development
- Policies for Migration and Development: A European Perspective
UNDESA and UNICEF
UNDP and UNICEF
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
- Children and Migration
- Children and Migration in Ecuador
- Gender and Migration
- Key Messages on Migration
- Moldova: The Situation of Children Left Behind by Migrating Parents
- Philippines Paper: Increasing the Impact OF Remittances on Children’s Rights
- Remittances and Children's Rights: An Overview of Academic and Policy Literature
- Meeting the Challenges of Migration Progress since the ICPD
- State of World Population 2006: A Passage to Hope -Women and International Migration
- Government Delegates
- Observer Delegates
- Operating Modalities [ FR | ES ]
- Presentation of the Roundtable Sessions
- Programme Governmental Days
- M. Armand De Decker, Ministre de la Coopération au Développement [ FR ]
- H.E. Guy Verhofstadt, Prime Minister of Belgium
- H.E. Arturo D. Brion, Secretary of Labor and Employment of the Philippines
- H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
- H.E. Sir John Kaputin, Secretary-General of the ACP Group of States
- Mr. Franco Frattini, Vice President of the European Commission
- Professor Ernesto Zedillo, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization