MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT CIVIL SOCIETY NETWORK- MADE

Connecting civil society worldwide to promote policies for the well-being and protection of all migrants and communities

 

NEWS AND UPDATES

Tdh Consultation on Youth on the Move in Dhaka ahead of GFMD

Terre Des Hommes, the Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit and the Bangladesh Civil Society Coordination Committee jointly organized a national consultation on youth in Dhaka, Bangladesh on 25th of July. Despite the security concern, a large participation from a diverse section of the society has made the event an engaging and thought-provoking platform for the diverse attendees and policy makers who joined the consultation.

2016 Call for Proposals for Scaling Up REmittances (SURE) now open

Does your organization work with the rural poor? Do you see the opportunities of linking migrants remittances with local origin communities? If so, you might be interested in applying for the IFAD grant of up to 500,000USD. Deadline is 17 August.

Call for Civil Society to contribute to a Global Online Consultation on Supporting City Leadership in Implementing Migration Policies for Development

Led by the Global Coalition on Migration (GCM), KNOMAD of the World Bank, UNITAR and the JMDI within the framework of the upcoming Third global Mayoral Forum on Mobility, Migration and Development, this consultation will serve to bring the voices and experiences of civil society to the upcoming Third Global Mayoral Forum on Mobility, Migration and Development to be hosted by Quezon City, Philippines from 29-30th September, 2016.

Review: MADE Americas Webinar

On June 30th 2016, MADE and its MADE Americas partner INMD hosted a webinar to show how non-state actors could work together around the world to link the non-binding with the binding and the global to the local to oblige states to better protect migrants’ rights, sharing the experience of networks and the UN offices in Mexico.

The second draft of the Global Compact for Refugees

On 16 July, a second draft of the Global Compact for Refugees was released by the co-facilitators of the Summit on Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants, Ireland and Jordan. It is expected that this Compact will accompany the Political Declaration from the Summit as an annex.

Second draft of the Outcome document for the 19 September Summit

Read the Second draft of the Outcome document for the 19 September Summit.