Дидгоҳи Созмони Байналмилалии Муҳоҷират (СБМ) оид ба муҳоҷират, муҳити зист ва тағйирёбии иқлим ин аст, ки идоракунии муосири муҳоҷират, сиёсат ва амалия бояд аҳамияти омилҳои муҳити зист, офатҳои табиӣ ва тағйирёбии иқлимро ба муҳоҷирати инсон инъикос намояд. Омилҳои муҳити зист бояд бо ҳамаи чаҳор соҳаи идоракунии муҳоҷират ҳамгиро карда шаванд, мисли: пешгирӣ, омодагӣ ва аксуламал ба аз ҷо беҷошавии одамон, идоракунии сарҳад, муҳоҷирати меҳнатӣ ва ҳамгирошавӣ, бозгашт ва реинтегратсия.
This guide is designed to serve government actors, both national and local, involved in any process of Sustainable Development Goal implementation, including those working specifically in migration, and those working in other sectors who are interested in integrating migration. It is also for government actors working in the migration field who wish to integrate the SDGs into their work.
This document is part of a series of Policy Briefs developed to support SDG 7 Review at the UN High-Level Political Forum to be held in July 2018. The objective is to inform intergovernmental discussions by providing substantive inputs on SDG7 and its interlinkages with other SDGs prepared through inclusive multi-stakeholder consultation processes.
“Accelerating SDG 7 Achievement: Policy Briefs in Support of the First SDG 7 Review at the UN High-Level Political Forum 2018,” includes 27 policy briefs by global energy authorities from the UN System, international organizations, Member States and others. It proposes a new Global Agenda for Accelerated SDG7 Action as a clear roadmap towards achieving universal energy access by 2030 and maximizing its positive impact on other SDGs.
This Global Plan of Action for Sustainable Energy Solutions in Situations of Displacement (GPA) was introduced at the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development in 2018. This is a non-binding document based on extensive exchanges among various stakeholders from humanitarian and development organizations, the private sector, governments, academia, not-forprofit organizations and others, starting with the Berlin ‘Energy for Displaced People’ conference on 15–16 January 2018.
This year’s Global Report on Internal Displacement explores why so many countries still struggle despite 20 years of international, regional and national policy efforts and investments.
Part 1 - On the GRID - The Global displacement landscape – Features new global figures for the year of 2017, displacement highlights and regional overviews