Congregation of Our Lady of Charity are privileged to have two members present at the historic conference to adopt the Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration. Louise Arbour said the intergovernmental conference is ‘an opportunity to launch an unprecedented process of cooperation to harness the benefits of human mobility. ‘
Cecilie Kern attended the Global Forum on Migration and Development 5 – 7 December and is joined by Donatus Lili from Kenya for the Intergovernmental Conference on Monday and Tuesday.
You can ready about the conference HERE Last week we encouraged you to sign on to the Marrakech Women’s Rights Manifesto outlining the following concerns: Participation, Non-Discrimination, End Violence, Safe Pathways, Labour Rights, Rights at International Borders and Equitable Development. Today, Cecilie has joined with Civil Society partners on a statement that will be delivered at the opening of the Conference on Monday morning. Once read it will be available for circulation. As Monday is the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights – what a great day to recognize and officially commit to implement the human rights of all migrants! The flyer below has some details of the event to be hosted in Marrakesh.
A tweet from Cecilie – Read the compendium on policy, practices and partnerships compiled by the NGO Committee on Migration Click Compendium
Some familiar faces from New York!
Well said, as the Global Compact is being Adopted we urge our dear States to embark on developing practical and implementable policies but more include Civil Societies and all other multi sectoral bodies in the planning and implementation. To provide disagregated data on the number of the 3 category of persons in destination countries after GCM is adopted.