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BEYOND IYANOLA

BEYOND IYANOLA DIGEST Issue No. 6 - Inspiration (Apr/Jun 2022)

BEYOND IYANOLA publications aim to bring you the stories of the Saint Lucian diaspora, from around the world. Come soak in some 'Inspiration' in our most recent edition, as we meet Maia Compton, Lucesse Samuel, and Mathurine Emmanuel. Three dynamic creatives in the diaspora, inspiring us with their pure Saint Lucian Talent.
Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

Flexible and Locally Led : An Enhanced Approach to Mainstreaming Migration into Local Policy Planning

This publication outlines a new approach to mainstreaming migration into local development plans to harness the role of local authorities as key actors in migration and development initiatives. 
Michelle Balon

IOM GERMANY DIASPORA NEWSLETTER - ISSUE 2

The IOM Germany Diaspora Newsletter puts a spotlight on the important work of diaspora organizations in Germany, while supporting them to reach a wider audience. The Newsletter also features highlights from IOM's diaspora engagement. If you are a diaspora organization or work on diaspora engagement in Germany and would like to be featured in an upcoming issue, feel free to contact mbalon@iom.int.
Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

CHANNELLING REMITTANCES FOR LOCAL DEVELOPMENT

Veronica Uribe-Kessler

Key Highlights Global Diaspora Summit - Dublin 2022

On 1, 4, and 5 of April 2022, the IOM and the Irish Government co-hosted the Global Diaspora Summit (GDS) intending on assisting States and relevant stakeholders in measuring and evaluating their achievements towards Objective 19. This short analytical report was made thanks to the active engagement of participants, government leaders, and stakeholders during the first day of the summit. The report highlights the lessons learned on the first day of the summit, which included 6 thematic sessions and four Working Groups in Human, Social, Cultural, and Economic Capital.
Sophie Hart

IOM Belgium and Luxembourg Diaspora Newsletter - 5th Edition

Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

Global Diaspora Summit Report

The Global Diaspora Summit, organized by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Government of Ireland in Dublin in April 2022, represented a milestone in the highlevel recognition of migrants and diasporas’ development contributions. The Summit built on the awareness achieved at the 2013 International Diaspora Ministerial Conference, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and – of particular pertinence – the 2018 Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM).
Sophie Hart

Destination-Country Policies to Foster Diaspora Engagement in Development

It is now widely recognized that emigrants and their descendants contribute greatly to the development of their countries of origin or ancestry, not only with remittances but also by starting businesses, through exchanges of knowledge, and more. And many migrant-origin countries have invested in connecting with their diaspora and leveraging its contributions.
Sophie Hart

MIGRATION GOVERNANCE INDICATORS DATA AND THE GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION

Effective implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration requires the development of robust research, analysis and data-collection capacities, to ensure coherent and evidence-based policymaking and well-informed public discourse.
Sophie Hart

ENGAGEMENT OF THE DIASPORAS OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICO: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

The transnational links between countries of origin and countries of destination are one of the most important aspects of the relationship between migration and development. These links or networks woven between migrants and their communities of origin are an opportunity that governments can harness for social, cultural, economic, and political development, in communities of destination as well as of origin.

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