DCI - Migration and Asylum

DCI - Migration and Asylum

This action aimed at ensuring that countries within the Southern Africa Region, with a specific focus on Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe, are better able to address irregular and risky migration of children and ensure that they are protected from violence, abuse and exploitation. The overall objective was that by 2015, less children in Southern Africa suffer violence, abuse, and exploitation as a result of irregular migration. Three specific objective(s) were pursued:
REGULATION (EU) No 233/2014 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 11 March 2014 establishing a financing instrument for development cooperation for the period 2014-2020.
Three objectives: "Promotion of effective governance of migration and mobility and improved management of migratory flows in all their dimensions" (Objective 1); "Enhance the positive impact of the increased regional and global migration and mobility of people on economic, social and environmental development" (Objective 2); "Improving a common understanding of the migration and development nexus" (Objective 3)
Project objectives: To promote safe labour migration in order to protect the rights of Cambodian migrants (including women and children) and reduce their vulnerability to labour exploitation and human trafficking.. The specific objectives are:
The overall objective is to support the strengthening of capacities of CV authorities and other stakeholders in migration management e.g. return and reintegration, borders control and data collection.
This project is dedicated to the protection of migrants' human rights defenders
The objective of the project is to improve the protection of children of migrant workers who are left behind when their parents migrate abroad. This Action will address the vulnerability of children from migrant families through tailor-made responses based on the results of the Action Research on the situation of children and their families and identification of the most vulnerable households.
To support the Tajik Government's ability to cope with the increasing numbers of Afghan asylum seekers and refugees coming to Tajikistan, as well as helping them to deal with victims of trafficking and stateless persons.
Thematic Evaluation of the European Commission support to Conflict Prevention and Peace Building - Preliminary study: scoping and mapping - Temporal scope, which will cover the period 2001-2008. Geographical scope, which will cover third countries with the exception of Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries and those covered by DG Enlargement. Ref. 1266.
Evaluation of the Commission's support to Vietnam - The scope of the evaluation was the European Commission’s co-operation with Vietnam and its implementation for the period 1996-2008, allowing at the same time for conclusions and recommendations to be forward looking. Ref. 1269.

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