The Platform for Partnerships (PfP) offers a space to foster new projects and partnerships in the field of Migration and Development, related to GFMD themes, debates and outcomes. These can be Policy Tools (M&D Policy Toolkit) such as the Migration Profiles Repository, the Handbook on Engaging Diaspora for Development or Mainstreaming Migration into Development Planning.

Below is an overview of latest submitted Policy Tools.

GFMD discussions, since 2007, have yielded policy recommendations and outcomes, which have been implemented by participating governments, international agencies and experts. These concrete GFMD outcomes serve as policy tools that governments can use to help them adjust their policies, laws and institutional set-ups to link migration and development more effectively.

Available M&D Policy Tools:

Gender on the MoveGender on the Move: Working on the Migration-Development Nexus from a Gender Perspective
This training manual aims to build the gender analysis capacity of those working in the field of migration and development to bring about a model of development that is centered on people, human rights, and on the principle of gender equality.

Migration Profiles Repository Migration Profiles Repository
Migration Profiles are defined as frameworks for aggregating, in a structured and systematic manner, existing data and information on migration and development and other related policy fields.

Handbook on Engaging Diaspora for DevelopmentHandbook on Engaging Diaspora for Development
This handbook attempts to address the pivotal question of how diaspora contributions can benefit their countries of origin and what government policies and programs can more effectively facilitate the linkage.

Mainstreaming Migration into Development PlanningMainstreaming Migration into Development Planning
The aim of migration mainstreaming is to address these gaps and to enable governments to take a context-specific and systematic approach to reconciling their countries’ development aspirations with current and prospective migration realities.