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Official launch - 26 October 2015

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Olivier Ferrari

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Transcript of Official launch - 26 October 2015

Objectives of the paper
To develop and articulate an understanding of:


mobilized when migration is integrated into local policy making.

The Paper provides a broad and realistic picture of these mechanisms, highlighting the similarities found while respecting the unique contexts across territories.
3 main considerations:
1) Recognizing that the
of the local level lies in its
to socioeconomic realities, but also in the
that this proximity offers.
2) Acknowledgment that
the links between migration and development are complex and nonlinear
: migration and development have an influence on one another, and this influence can be positive as well as negative
3)The analysis is based on an
inclusive definition of “human mobility”, rather than on restrictive approaches based on flux directions or statistical definitions
Structure of the case studies
Overview of the initiative
Migratory context
Decentralization context
Institutional background to the initiative
Key stakeholders involved in the implementation
Key mechanisms adopted for the implementation of the initiative
Key mainstreaming elements
During the Steering Committee meeting (2 Sep. 2015), representatives of local authorities, civil society, migrant organizations and international organizations provided valuable input for the first draft of the White Paper. Building on that discussion, the last part of the meeting was dedicated to the formulation of recommendations

Te 25 recommendations relate to conceptual issues and technical issues, and are designed for several different stakeholders identified during the study. They are organized as follows:
Conceptual recommendations
Recommendations concerning mainstreaming mechanisms
Recommendations for national authorities
Recommendations for local and regional authorities
Recommendations for civil society
Cross-cutting recommendations
At the international level
Available at: http://publications.iom.int/bookstore/free/Whitepaper_mainstreaming.pdf
Desk review
e-discussion within JMDI community of practice
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