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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Migrants

UNANIMA International / New York NY, USA / Est. 2002
Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants / London, UK / Est. 1967
South Asian Initiative on Disaster Migration / Colombo, Sri Lanka / Est. 1995
Scalabrinian Secular Missionary Women / Solothurn, Switzerland / Est. 1961
Missionary Sisters of Saint Charles Borromeo / Rome, Italy / Est. 1895
Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants / Kowloon, Hong Kong / Est. 1984
CIMADE / Paris, France / Est. 1939
European Convention on the Legal Status of Migrant Workers / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1977
The Hague Process on Refugees and Migration / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 2000
Migration Policy Group / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1995
Réseau d\'information sur les migrations internationales / Paris, France / Est. 1979
International Centre for Migration Policy Development / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1993
Convention Concerning the Simplification of the Inspection of Emigrants on Board Ship / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1926
Caritas Europa / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1985
Federation of Balkan Turk Migrants and Refugee Associations / Bursa, Turkey / Est. 1987
Agreement Concerning the Preparation of a Transit Card for Emigrants / Est. 1929
International Council of Voluntary Agencies / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1962
Centre for the Study of Forced Migration / Dar es Salaam, Tanzania UR / Est. 1995
Ockenden International / Woking, UK / Est. 1951
English International Association of Lund / Malmö, Sweden / Est. 1987
Federation of Centers for Migration Studies G B Scalabrini / New York NY, USA / Est. 1964
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women / Bangkok, Thailand / Est. 1994
Scalabrini Migration Centre, Manila / Quezon City, Philippines / Est. 1987
Convention Concerning Migration for Employment / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1949
Association of European Migration Institutions / Ålborg, Denmark / Est. 1989

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World Problems relating to Migrants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Involuntary mass resettlement
Economic migrants
Xenophobia
Gypsy persecution
Disruptive migration of rural population to cities
Immigration barriers for handicapped family members
Disease transmission by international travel
Discriminatory targeting of travellers by border control officials
Racial exclusion through immigration legislation
Uncontrolled migration
Disruptions due to migration
Endangered lifestyles of nomads and pastoralists
Abuse of project-tied migration
Disabled migrant workers
Inadequate education for nomadic children
Inadequate social security for migrants
Failed migration

Action Strategies relating to Migrants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting equality of opportunity for migrant workers
Using overseas development aid to reduce international migration
Combatting illegal immigration
Encouraging immigration
Repatriating refugees
Supporting migrants
Using migrant workers
Providing services to migrating women
Assisting immigrant families
Shooting migrant birds
Informing about migration issues
Limiting animal migration
Producing immigrants
Encouraging migration
Controlling migration
Establishing international institution for international migration concerns
Improving conditions of immigrant labourers
Improving rural living conditions to reduce migration to cities
Assessing environmental consequences of migration
Giving migrants right to stay
Studying consequences of migration
Increasing literacy amongst migrants
Controlling immigration
Colonizing
Coordinating planned migration

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