Study of the laws and institutional frameworks governing international migration in North and Central Asia

Study of the laws and institutional frameworks governing international migration in North and Central Asia

Date: 
Monday, December 14, 2015
Type: 
Public information and advocacy materials
Abstract

This paper examines the legal frameworks governing international migration in North and Central Asia. It shows how these frameworks have developed since 1991 at the national, bilateral and subregional level, in both countries of origin and destination, and how effective these frameworks are at protecting migrants and ensuring that international migration in the subregion is safe, orderly, regular and responsible. To this end, it concludes with recommendations for future reforms.

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