In view of the limited possibility for interventions from the floor during the hearings, civil society organizations can submit a position paper comprising recommendations for the High-level Dialogue by e-mail. Any input received will be added to the list of documents below. The opinions expressed in these documents are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of any other organization.

 

Position documents by Civil Society networks and organizations

  • Civil Society Proposal for a 5 Year Action Agenda from HLD 2013: English Spanish French (UN DESA; 20-Feb-2013; 100+ signatories)
  • “5 Points for a strong civil society contribution in the 2013 HLD”   (15-Nov-2012; 68 signatories): pdf
  • “UN HLD must deliver on a rights-based approach to migration”(Global Unions, Oct-2012): pdf
  • “Towards a world where migration is a right” (International Migrant Alliance (IMA), 7-July-2013): pdf
  • NGO Committee to Stop Trafficking In Persons (with 17 additional signatories, 18-June-2013): pdf
  • Statement on Migration Governance and Partnerships (Emmaüs International, 10-July-2013): pdf
  • “Le Partage de Pouvoir” (Collectif des Femmes Africaines du Hainaut (CFAH), 10-July-2013): pdf
  • The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP, 10-July-2013): pdf
  • “Protecting Children from Commercial Sexual Exploitation in the Context of Migration” (ECPAT, 10-July-2013): pdf
  • CO-HABITER: pdf
  • Population Association of America: pdf
  • CARAM Asia Network: pdf
  • Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW): pdf
  • Luke International (LIN): pdf
  • United for Foreign Domestic Workers’ Rights Network (UFDWR): pdf
  • Himilo Relief and Development Association (HIRDA): pdf
  • Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA) – Nepal Chapter: pdf
  • Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association: pdf
  • Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW): pdf
  • Statement submitted by ARROW on behalf of Asia Pacific Alliance for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (APA), Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD), Asian‐Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW), Coordination of Action Research on AIDS and Mobility (CARAM‐Asia), Coalition of Asia‐Pacific Regional Networks on HIV/AIDS (Seven Sisters), Mekong Migration Network (MMN): pdf
  • Empower Foundation: pdf
  • Voces Mesoamericanas, Acción con Pueblos Migrantes, A.C.: pdf
  • Colectivo PND-Migración: pdf
  • People’s Movement for Human Rights Learning: pdf
  • International Network on Migration and Development and the Colecitvo PND-migration: pdf
  • Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development: pdf
  • Comic Relief: pdf
  • The Hague Process on Refugees and Migration (THP) Foundation together with the Roosvelt Study Center: pdf
  • “International Migrants Bill of Rights” (Georgetown University Law Center, 11-Aug-2013): pdf
  • “UN HLD Key Policy Recommendations regarding Women and Global Migration” (Women and Global Migration Working Group, Aug-2013): English French Spanish
  • “Welcoming the stranger – migrant workers in a globalised economy” (Anglican Alliance, 3-Sept-2013): pdf
  • Declaration of Buenos Aires – Positioning of the South American Conference on Migration to HLD (28-Aug-2013): English Spanish

Speeches for the Hearings

  • Emmaus International – Alain Fontaine: English French
  • AMUMRA, Civil Association of Human’s Rights for Migrant and Refugee Women in Argentina – Natividad Obeso: Spanish English
  • Caritas, Martina Liebsch: pdf

Reports from the regional and thematic consultations

  • Consolidated Global Report from the Regional Consultations: pdf
  • Report of Africa Regional Forum on Migration, Nairobi 24-25 May: pdf
  • Declaration 4th Forum on Migration and Peace, “Human security, human development and international governance of migration” (20 – 21 June, New York): pdf
  • Report of regional consultation Canada-US, Washington DC, USA on 7 June, co-organized by the AFL-CIO, CLC (Canadian Labour Congress), NALACC (National Alliance of Latin American & Caribbean Communities) and NNIRR (National Network of Immigrant & Refugee Rights): pdf