Publications on Labour Migration

Publications developed within Central Asia Regional Migration Programme

Publications, reports and analytical notes developed in Kazakhstan

Access of Migrant Workers from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to social services in Kazakhstan
Results of the Sociological Study
2012


Analysis of foreign workforce demand assessment
2010


Publications, reports and analytical notes developed by UN Women

Impact of the social mobilization of labor migrants’ families on the position of households - the beneficiaries of the Central Asia Regional Migration Program in Tajikistan
2012


Regional Forum "Reproductive and sexual health and rights of women living with HIV in Central Asia"
Final resolution. 5-6 December 2012, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
2012


Regional Conference of Ombudsmen (National Human Rights Institutions) in Central Asia and the Russian Federation
“Effective legal remedies for migrant workers: the role of Ombudsmen in Central Asia and the Russian Federation”
30-31 October 2012, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
2012


International Day of a Girl Child
2012


Discrimination and Xenophobia Against Labour Migrants
Results of the Small Scale Survey in Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan
Fact sheet
2012


Third Regional Conference and Thematic Seminars of MIRPAL
21-23 May 2012, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
2012


Photo contest "Labour migration without risks"
2011


Equal access to energy services
2011


Progress of the World’s Women: In Pursuit of Justice
Summary of the launch activities in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan
2011


Programme Results in the five areas by 1 December 2011
2011


Success Stories (Release 1, Kyrgyzstan)
2011


Three more SHG Members to benefit from Governmental Loans to Strengthen Their Small Businesses
Results of Round-table
2011


Success Stories (Tajikistan)
2011


Major approaches and principles of mainstreaming gender into migration policy
Documenting the experience of gender mainstreaming into migration policy and legislation in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan
2011


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