Stay strong, Poland and Hungary…
Some bits taken from the PDF:
A human rights-based approach: the implemented actions will contribute to fully respecting the human rights and dignity of refugees and migrants, irrespective of their migration status;
Increased attention to the fight against xenophobia, racism and discrimination: the partners will undertake efforts to combat these phenomena, and to promote a balanced
narrative on migration and diasporas, based on facts and highlighting their positive contribution to the development of societies in countries of origin, transit and destination;
to target concrete actions which reflect the specific added value of the Rabat Process. This resides, notably, in its ability to build networks of technical and political actors, to formulate actions and to centralise information gathered as a result of their implementation;
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development aims to “Facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people, including through the implementation of planned and well-managed migration policies”.
Objective 1: Maximising the positive impact of regular migration for development
Objective 2: Achieve a common understanding of the root causes of irregular migration..
Action 4: Analyse the root causes and make practical recommendations
Objective 3: Promote regular migration and mobility, especially of young people and women, between Europe and North, West and Central Africa, and within these regions
Objective 4: Encourage facilitation of visa issuing procedures
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