This Guide is intended as a tool for lawyers, judges, public of cials, human rights defenders, or for migrants themselves, to better understand the international human rights of migrants and the means to claim their respect or implementation at the national and international levels.
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Kristina Touzenis, International Migration Law Unit, International Office for Migration, talks about the rights of migrants.
This monograph brings a comprehensive discussion of issues of labour migration in a globalizing world, and highlights Ilo perspectives on labour migration, the connections between migration and development, decent work for migrant workers, the normative framework for protection of migrant rights, the governance of international labour migration, and the role of social dialogue and international cooperation.
This article address the rights of immigrants in the U.S., and brings international law regarding the matter, as well as the situation of national framework on immigrants and practical information on how international obligations can be fulfilled in America.
International Human Rights Framework protecting women migrant workers throughout the migration cycle
This factsheet brings information of possible human rights violations (and corresponding law) on every step of the migration process of women migrant workers.
This is a resumed leaflet with tips to migrate safely and make the most of working abroad.
In this podcast, Aoife Nolan (Durham Law School) takes us through the relationship between migrants’ rights and international human rights instruments.