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The overall aim of UNESCO's programme on International Migration is to promote the respect for the human rights of migrants, and to contribute to peaceful integration of migrants in society.
 
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  Just published: Migration and Human Rights. The United Nations Convention on Migrant Workers' Rights   Just published: Migration and Human Rights. The United Nations Convention on Migrant Workers' Rights
19-01-2010 (UNESCO) -   More...

 

  UNESCO Book Project for 2010 on Migration, Environment and Climate Change   UNESCO Book Project for 2010 on Migration, Environment and Climate Change
05-12-2009 (UNESCO) - Climate change is one of the major concerns for the international community. Among its consequences, its impact on migration is the object of increasing attention from both policy-makers and researchers. As the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change put it, “greater resource scarcity, desertification, risks of droughts and floods, and rising sea levels could drive many millions of people to migrate.’  More...

 

  The book   The book "Migration without Borders" receives the 2009 Silver Book Award from the Association of Borderland Studies (ABS)
02-07-2009 (UNESCO) - Migration without Borders. Essays on the Free Movement of People received the 2009 Silver Book Award from the Association of Borderland Studies (ABS), an American learned society which promotes border studies.  More...

 






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