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G8 Lyon/Roma Migration Experts Sub-Group

AT/DE/LU: G8 Lyon/Rom Untergruppe von Migrationsexperten
ES: subgrupo de expertos en migración Roma/Lyon del G8
FI: G8 (No translation)
FR/BE/LU: sous-groupe des experts en migrations du Groupe de Lyon/Rome (G8)
HU: G8 Lyon/Róma Migrációs Szakértői Alcsoport
IE: Fo-Ghrúpa G8 Lyon/na Róimhe de Shaineolaithe Imirce
IT: Sottogruppo di esperti di migrazione Roma/Lione (R/L)
LT: G8 Liono/Romos ekspertų migracijos klausimais pogrupis
LV: G8 Lionas/Romas migrācijas ekspertu apakšgrupa
MT: Grupp (il-) ta' Appoġġ G8 Lyon/Roma b'Esperti fuq il-Migrazzjoni
NL/BE: G8 Lyon/Roma Migration Experts Sub-Group
NO: G8 Lyon/Roma Migration Experts Sub-Group
PL: Podgrupa ekspertów w zakresie migracji Lyon/Rzym - G8
PT: subgrupo de peritos de migração Leão/Roma – G8
RO: No usual translation
SK: podskupina migračných expertov G8 Lyon/Rím

A working group of G8 countries that debates and develops issues and strategies relating to public security in an effort to combat terrorism and transnational crime. The group also addresses legal themes and issues relating to transport. One of its Sub-Groups is on Migration and in particular on tackling illegal immigration within the framework, for example, of trafficking.


Notes:
1. The group prepares projects which are then submitted to the member countries and debated in the working sub-groups in order to ensure a shared approach in the G8 countries. It does this by working on "best practices" and on recommendations designed to safeguard public security. The conclusions reached in the course of these activities are then submitted for approval to the G8 group's interior and justice ministers at their annual meeting.
2. G8 countries are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States with the European Commission also attending meetings.

Source:http://www.g8italia2009.it/G8/Home/News/G8-G8_Layout_locale-1199882116809_AppGiustizia.htm

Gender

AT/DE/LU: soziales Geschlecht
EE: sugu
ES: género
FI: sukupuoli
FR/BE/LU: genre
GR: γένος
HU: (társadalmi) nem(i szerep)
IE: inscne
IT: genere
LT: lytis
LV: dzimte
MT: Ġeneru / Ġens / Sess
NL/BE: gender
NO: kjønn
PL: gender, płeć społeczno-kulturowa
PT: género
RO: gen
SE: genus
SI: spol
SK: rod/pohlavie

The socially constructed attributes, roles, activities, responsibilities and needs predominantly connected to being male or female in given societies or communities at a given time.


Related Term: Sex

Source:Derived by the EMN using the Concepts and Definitions of the UN Office of the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women (OSAGI)

General Directors’ of Immigration Services Conference (GDISC)

AT/DE/LU: Konferenz der Generaldirektoren der Einwanderungsbehörden (GDISC)
BG: Конференция на генералните директори на миграционни служби (GDISC)
EE: GDISC
ES: GDISC
FI: GDISC (Maahanmuuttovirastojen johtajien konferenssi)
FR/BE/LU: Conférence des directeurs généraux des services d'immigration (GDGSI)
GR: Διάσκεψη των Γενικών Διευθυντών των Υπηρεσιών Μετανάστευσης
HU: GDISC (Bevándorlási Hatóságok Főigazgatóinak Konferenciája)
IE: Comhdháil Stiúrthóirí Ginearálta ar Sheirbhísí Imirce (GDISC)
IT: Conferenza dei Direttori generali per i servizi all'immigrazione (GDISC)
LT: imigracijos tarnybų generalinių direktorių konferencija (GDISC)
LV: GDISC (Imigrācijas dienestu ģenerāldirektoru konference)
MT: Konferenza tad-Diretturi Ġenerali tas-Servizzi tal-Immigrazzjoni (GDISC)
NL/BE: GDISC
NO: GDISC-konferansen / The General Directors' Immigration Services Conference (GDISC)
PL: Konferencja Dyrektorów Generalnych Służb Imigracyjnych (GDISC)
PT: GDISC
RO: Conferinţa Directorilor Generali ai Serviciilor de Imigrare (GDISC)
SE: GDISC
SI: Konferenca generalnih direktorjev služb za priseljevanje (GDISC)
SK: Konferencia generálnych riaditeľov imigračných služieb

A network established in order to facilitate practical cooperation in the field of asylum and migration between the Immigration Services (or equivalent) from the 27 EU Member States, the EU Candidate Countries Croatia and Turkey and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.


Related Term: Intergovernmental Consultations on Migration, Asylum and Refugees (IGC)

Source:http://www.gdisc.org/

Geneva Convention & Protocol

AT/DE/LU: Genfer (Flüchtlings-)Konvention und Protokoll
BG: Женевска Конвенция & Протокол
CZ: Ženevská úmluva
EE: Genfi Konventsioon
ES: Convención y Protocolo de Ginebra
FI: Geneven yleissopimus ja siihen liittyvä pöytäkirja
FR/BE/LU: Convention et Protocole de Genève
GR: Σύμβαση της Γενεύης και Πρωτόκολλο
HU: Genfi Egyezmény és Jegyzőkönyv
IE: Coinbhinsiún & Prótacal na Ginéive
IT: Convenzione di Ginevra e Protocollo di New York
LT: Ženevos konvencija ir protokolai
LV: Ženēvas Konvencija un Protokols
MT: Konvenzjoni (il-) ta' Ġinevra u Protokol (l-)
NL/BE: Conventie van Genève (NL Syn.: Verdrag van Genève, Vluchtelingenverdrag)
NO: Genève-konvensjonene med protokoller
PL: Konwencja Genewska i Protokół
PT: Convenção de Genebra e Protocolo
RO: Convenţia de la Geneva şi Protocolu
SE: Genèvekonventionen och protokoll
SI: Ženevska konvencija in Protokol
SK: Ženevský dohovor a protokol

The Convention of 28 July 1951 relating to the status of refugees, as amended by the New York Protocol of 31 January 1967.


Related Term: Protection (International)

Source:Geneva Convention of 1951 (see also Council Directive 2001/55/EC)

Genocide

AT/DE/LU: Völkermord
BG: Геноцид
EE: genotsiid
ES: genocidio
FI: kansanmurha / joukkotuhonta
FR/BE/LU: génocide
GR: γενοκτονία
HU: népirtás
IE: cinedhíothú
IT: genocidio
LT: genocidas
LV: genocīds
MT: Ġenoċidju
NL/BE: genocide
NO: folkemord
PL: ludobójstwo
PT: genocídio
RO: genocid
SE: folkmord
SI: genocid
SK: genocída

Any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:
(a) Killing members of the group;
(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.


Related Term: Ethnic Cleansing

Source:Article 6 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
(and UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, 1948)

Global Approach to Migration

AT/DE/LU: Gesamtansatz zur Migration(sfrage)
EE: üldine lähenemine rändele
ES: Enfoque Global de la Migración
FI: maahanmuuttoa koskeva kokonaisvaltainen lähestymistapa
FR/BE/LU: approche globale sur la question des migrations
GR: σφαιρική προσέγγιση της μετανάστευσης
HU: a migráció átfogó/globális megközelítése
IE: cur chuige domhanda ar imirce
IT: approccio globale alla migrazione
LT: bendras požiūris į migraciją
LV: vispārējā pieeja migrācijai
MT: Approċċ Globali għall-Migrazzjoni
NL/BE: algehele benadering/aanpak van migratie
NO: global tilnærming til migrasjon
PL: Globalne Podejście do Migracji
PT: abordagem global da imigração
RO: abordarea globală a migraţiei
SE: global ansats för migration
SI: Globalni pristop k migracijam
SK: globálny prístup k migrácii

The external dimension of the European Union’s migration policy which brings together migration, external relations and development policy to address migration in an integrated, comprehensive and balanced way in partnership with third countries.


Synonym: Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (GAMM)


Related Terms: Mobility Partnerships, Co-operation Platform, Migration Profile

Notes:
1. This approach comprises the whole migration agenda, including legal and irregular migration, combating trafficking in human beings and smuggling of migrants, strengthening protection for refugees, enhancing migrant rights and harnessing the positive links that exist between migration and development.
2. It is underscored by the fundamental principles of partnership, solidarity and shared responsibility and uses the concept of 'migratory routes' to develop and implement policy.
3. In November 2011, a Communication on a new impetus to the EU's external migration policy was published (COM(2011) 743).

Source:Annex I of COM(2007) 247

Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD)

AT/DE/LU: Weltforum über Migration und Entwicklung
ES: Foro Mundial sobre Migración y Desarrollo
FI: Muuttoliikettä ja kehitystä käsittelevä maailmanlaajuinen foorumi
FR/BE/LU: Forum mondial sur la migration et le développement
HU: Migrációs és Fejlesztési Globális Fórum (GFMD)
IE: Fóram Domhanda maidir le hImirce agus Forbairt
IT: Forum Globale su Migrazione e Sviluppo (GFMD)
LV: Pasaules forums par migrāciju un attīstību
MT: Forum Globali fuq Migrazzjoni u Żvilupp (GFMD)
NL/BE: No translation
NO: Globalt forum for migrasjon og utvikling (GFMD)
PL: Światowe Forum nt. Migracji i Rozwoju (GFMD)
PT: Forum global sobre migrações e desenvolvimento
RO: Forumul Glrobal cu privire la Migraţie şi Dezvoltare
SE: Globalt forum för migration och utveckling (GFMD)
SK: Globálne fórum o migrácii a rozvoji

An initiative of the United Nations Member States to address the migration and development interconnections in practical and action-oriented ways.


Related Term: Global Approach to Migration

Source:Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD)

Guest Worker

AT/DE/LU: Gastarbeiter
EE: võõrtöötaja
ES: trabajador invitado
FI: vierastyöläinen
FR/BE/LU: travailleur étranger
GR: μετακαλούμενος εργαζόμενος
HU: vendégmunkás
IE: aoi-oibrí
IT: lavoratore ospite
LT: besisvečiuojantys darbuotojai
LV: viesstrādnieks
MT: Ħaddiem Mistieden
NL/BE: gastarbeider
NO: gjestearbeider
PL: gastarbaiter
PT: trabalhador convidado
RO: lucrător vizitator
SI: tuji delavec
SK: zahraničný (hosťujúci) robotník/pracujúci migrant

Term no longer used in EU context, included for completeness


Generally considered to be an economic migrant recruited for a restricted time of settlement and employment.


Note:
This term is more or less restricted to migration flows in the 1950s and 1960s.

Source:Derived by EMN