This Handbook offers responses to fundamental questions on migration, such as those concerned with its root causes and possible responses in terms of good policies and practices, as well as the challenges, both for migrants and for countries, in relation to national well-being, development and social cohesion. Chapter five focuses specifically on the human rights-based approach to migration and the application of international law at the national level. The handbook proposes a balanced approach to make effective laws and policies that address the human rights of migrants and the governance of migration.
|Resource Type:||Guidance note|
|Author:||ILO, IPU, OHCHR|