UN Global Compact Preparatory Process for Migration Policies: Red Dot Foundation's Online Consultation for June 2017
Red Dot Foundation has received special accreditation to the Global Compact preparatory process for Migration by the United Nations Member States.

In accordance with United Nations General Assembly resolution 71/1, the "New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants," a preparatory process is underway for the intergovernmental negotiations of a global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration, to be adopted at an intergovernmental conference on international migration in 2018. As part of this preparatory process, the President of the General Assembly is organizing a series of informal thematic sessions between April 2017 and November 2017, as well as four days of informal interactive multi-stakeholder hearings between April 2017 and June 2018, in accordance with the organizational arrangements adopted by the UN General Assembly.

June's consultation deals with policies around the theme of, "International cooperation and governance of migration in all its dimensions, including at borders, on transit, entry, return, readmission, integration and reintegration". We would like you to send us feedback which we can incorporate into our response at these sessions.

Kindly have a look at the form before you start filling it in. Please fill in NA where you would not like to add an answer. For any queries, kindly email info@safecity.in.

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What are the governmental/national level frameworks that are needed to improve equity in migration for jobs/employment opportunities?
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How does the lack of international cooperation on migration policies affect the lives of migrants fleeing from conflict zones?
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How does the lack of international cooperation on migration policies affect the lives of female migrants specifically, fleeing from conflict zones?
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What are the additional ramifications that the business of transporting migrants illegally has for female migrants? How do we address these issues?
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How will an internationally accepted policy on cooperation towards migrants help reduce the business of transporting migrants across borders illegally?
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How can we build migrant policies that are inclusive and multicultural?
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How does the lack of a clear internationally accepted policy on citizenship rights of migrants affect their lives post displacement?
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How does the lack of a clear internationally accepted policy on immersion of migrants affect their lives post settlement in a country?
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Should the governance of migration policies for migrants driven away from their homes by climate change be entrusted to the countries the migrants emerge from or to the other countries? Who should bear costs of such migration?
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Would compelling refugees to learn the native language of the country they migrate to, help or further alienate their integration process?
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What steps should be taken to rehabilitate the refugees in their country of origin after the crisis which caused the migration has ended? Who should bear the costs for the same?
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What is the viability of safe zones for refugee camps in conflict zones like Syria and who should provide funding and security for these camps?
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How do we tackle the rise of religious profiling of refugees with rising acceptance of anti refugee sentiment in politics?
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How can we make a universal standard of entry in emergency situations that expedites allocation of visas?
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How do we become more innovative in protecting paths and roads that we know are taken by migrants to ensure their safety in transit?
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How do we engineer a new framework that tackles the UN administrative conventions in conjunction with the International Office of Migration, in practise, as it relates to national sovereignty?
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