Planned relocation is increasingly being considered as a policy response in Caribbean countries as a last resort for the protection of people in vulnerable environments, but what are the factors to be considered when designing this strategy
The migration phenomenon requires a carefully-designed, sustainable policy response, and it needs to be seen as an opportunity for all.
Learn more about these actionable recommendations on how to best minimize the potential risks of migration, while maximizing its economic and development benefits; taken from the most recent study on the main needs for effective migration governance practices in the Island States of the Commonwealth Caribbean.
10 recommendations to improve the protection of labor rights in migrant population and to promote migrant participation in the discussion and consideration to achieve the overall goal of decent work for all.
Anti-trafficking activities deserve a place in the integral protection approach that is applied in emergency situations. Here are some key actions to address this crime in emergency contexts.
The increasing intensity and frequency with which disasters are being experienced in the Caribbean demonstrate the critical need to enhance disaster risk management.
With many persons opting to leave the region for better working conditions, higher salaries, better job security and even a better mental state of mind, the migration of health workers from the Caribbean and in most countries in the OECS, is critical. The migration and shortages of health care workers in the Region are impacting on health systems and services.