Have a gender-responsive practice to share? You are invited to contribute your own policy, program, publication, or initiative which can serve as an example of how to work on migration in a gender-responsive way. The UN Network on Migration has launched a pledging initiative in the lead up to the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF). In order to highlight your pledge related to gender, please share it on the Gender+Migration Hub today! Learn more You may wish to prepare your submission using this Word template and then paste responses into the form online. For help, feel free to contact us. "*" indicates required fields Title of the initiative* Name of implementing organization/s, country/ies, entity/iesmultiple entries are allowed; if there is more than one entry, please separate them by using a comma. Partners involved, and/or donor/s, if applicableGeographic scope*Please indicate whether the practice is global or relates to a particular region/s, sub-region/s, country/ies or local area/s, and list themType of practice*Please check one option only. Project/programme Policy [including law, public measure] Measuring/Data collection Partnership/Multistakeholder initiative Research study Strategy/framework Training material Other GCM objectives*You may select more than one objective. Data Minimize adverse drivers Information provision Legal identity and documentation Regular pathways Recruitment and decent work Reduce vulnerabilities Save lives Counter smuggling Eradicate trafficking Manage borders Screening and referral Alternatives to detention Consular protection Access to basic services Inclusion and social cohesion Eliminate discrimination Skills development and recognition Migrant and diaspora contributions Remittances Dignified return and reintegration Social protection International cooperation Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)You may select more than one objective. End poverty Zero Hunger Good health and wellbeing Quality education Gender equality Clean water and sanitation Affordable and clean energy Decent work and economic growth Industry, innovation and infrastructure Reduced inequalities Sustainable cities and communities Responsible consumption and production Climate action Life below water Life on land Peace, justice and strong institutions Partnerships for the goals Short description (Body)*Please provide a short summary of the Practice and list main activities. (Maximum: approx. 100 words)Dates of implementation: Start year* MM slash DD slash YYYY Has the implementation ended?* Yes, the implementation has ended End year is not applicable Dates of implementation: End year MM slash DD slash YYYY Website or file upload*Please enter the website/s related to the practice here. If no information is available online, you may upload a relevant document/s Website Multiple Websites File Upload Website* Other related websites*File Upload* Drop files here or Select files Max. file size: 1 MB. Multi-mediaDo you have images or videos to illustrate your practice? Images Videos Images Drop files here or Select files Max. file size: 1 MB. VideosPlease insert links to your videos from Vimeo or YouTube only here.Eligibility criteriaOnly practices considered gender-sensitive, gender-specific, or gender-responsive as defined as part of the levels of gender-responsiveness are eligible for inclusion. Please indicate whether this practice meets the following criteria: A. Applied: Must have been successfully implemented at the global, regional, national or local level B. GCM Guiding Principles: Please confirm the practice is gender-responsive as defined in the GCM B. GCM Guiding Principles:*Please confirm the practice meets the principle of gender-responsiveness as defined in the GCM. If it meets other guiding principles, please also check those boxes and state how it does so. Gender responsive: Does the practice ensure that the human rights of women, men, girls and boys and persons outside these binary categories are respected, their specific needs are properly understood and addressed, and that they are empowered as agents of change rather than victims? People-centred: Does the practice promote the well-being of migrants and the members of communities in countries of origin, transit and destination? International cooperation: Does the practice integrate international, regional, bilateral or city-to-city cooperation and dialogue? National sovereignty: Does the practice reflect the prerogative of each State to govern migration within their jurisdiction, in conformity with international law? Rule of law and due process: Does the practice ensure access to justice, due process safeguards and accountability of the State, public and private entities, and persons to ensure respect for the rule of law? Sustainable development: Does the practice contribute to sustainable development outcomes and to realizing the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDGs)? Human rights: Is the practice non-discriminatory, non-regressive and ensures the effective respect, protection and fulfilment of the human rights of all migrants, regardless of their migration status? Child sensitive: Does the practice uphold the human rights of children, including the principle of the best interests of the child, as a primary consideration in all situations concerning children? Whole of government approach: Does the practice ensure horizontal and vertical policy coherence across all sectors and levels of government? Whole of society approach: Does the practice promote broad multi-stakeholder partnerships with civil society and other stakeholders1 to address migration in all its dimensions? Explain how it meets these principles*Please provide a short justification for each principle checked. 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