Migración

Migración – una prioridad de la COSUDE

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La vida de un emigrante presenta distintas facetas. En la mayoría de los supuestos, los emigrantes contribuyen con su fuerza de trabajo a desarrollar tanto la prosperidad de su país de residencia como la de su país de origen. En caso de conflictos y  catástrofes naturales, los emigrantes deben ser considerados más bien como víctimas. Tras haber quedado en una situación vulnerable, necesitan una protección especial.

La COSUDE se compromete a tratar estos diferentes aspectos de la migración en su acción. Además de trabajar en el terreno, participa activamente en el diálogo político sobre la cuestión. Los siguientes seis temas resumen su compromiso.

Suiza participa en el diálogo internacional sobre migración

La COSUDE busca soluciones globales y configura el diálogo político sobre la migración y el desarrollo a nivel internacional.

Lucha contra la trata de seres humanos

La COSUDE mejora la prevención contra la trata de seres humanos, protege a las víctimas y apoya a los países que luchan contra ese fenómeno.

Refugiados y desplazados internos

La COSUDE se esfuerza para proteger a las personas refugiadas y a los desplazados internos, y para satisfacer sus necesidades fundamentales.

Las diásporas

La COSUDE crea condiciones marco favorables, promueve los intercambios e implementa proyectos innovadores a fin de que las distintas comunidades migrantes puedan contribuir al desarrollo de sus países de origen.

La migración laboral

La COSUDE se ocupa de que los emigrantes estén informados de sus derechos y se beneficien de unas condiciones de trabajo respetuosas.

Política exterior de Suiza en materia de migración

La COSUDE se sirve de su experiencia e instrumentos para contribuir a alcanzar los intereses de la política migratoria suiza en el marco de una colaboración interdepartamental.

Página web especializada de la COSUDE sobre el tema Migración

Información (News, documentos, instrumentos, métodos) sobre el intercambio de conocimientos y sobre la cooperación con contrapartes y especialistas

 http://www.sdc-migration.ch

Proyectos actuales

Objeto 37 – 48 de 64

Safer Migration (SaMI III) project

16.07.2018 - 15.07.2022

Labour migration is positively affecting Nepal’s socio-economic development with remittances significantly reducing poverty. Nevertheless, the rights of migrants are often violated. The Safer Migration project will empower migrants and their families and strengthen government protection mechanisms. The project will benefit about 600’000 men and women in three states of Nepal and enable about 60 local governments to run foreign employment services.


Strengthening the capacities of Community-Based Organisations (CBOs) serving migrants in Egypt

15.04.2018 - 30.11.2021

In Egypt, Community Based Organisations (CBOs) are key actors in responding to migrant’s[1] basic needs. These include child and adult education, emergency assistance, medical and legal services. The project strengthens the ability of these organisations to provide these much-needed services. Moreover, CBOs will be empowered to advocate for migrant’s needs in the donor community and with decision makers. Reliable and sustainable services for migrants in Egypt also serve the migration interests of Switzerland.

 

[1]  The term migrant in this proposal includes refugees, asylum seekers, new arrivals in the “pre-refugee status determination phase”, (all nationalities identified by UNHCR) and vulnerable migrants (irregular and regular) residing in Egypt.

 


IBC-Improving protection, social cohesion and skills development services for Syrian and host communities in Kilis

01.04.2018 - 31.07.2019

There are almost 3.6 million Syrian refugees in Turkey, residing in different provinces across the country, mainly in non-camp settings. Their vulnerabilities are growing and tensions between them and host communities are on the rise. The national NGO IBC, active in humanitarian relief and emergency aid, aims with the proposed project to improve the living conditions of Syrian refugees, while focusing on strengthening social cohesion between host communities and refugees.


Facility for Refugees, Migrants, Forced Displacement and Rural Stability (IFAD)

01.12.2017 - 31.12.2023

Switzerland is committed at the highest political level to help countries in the Near East and North Africa (NENA) region coping with the refugee crisis. By co-financing two projects funded by IFAD (the International Fund for Agricultural Development) in Jordan and Lebanon, SDC will contribute to create sustainable livelihoods for thousands of Syrian refugees, and will also support host communities to increase their income and food security by improving the quality of their small ruminants and cattle, as well as their value in the market.
 


Strengthening cities for migration and development

15.10.2017 - 31.12.2021

Cities are the main destination for migrants worldwide. They play a crucial role in ensuring migrants’ social and economic inclusion and in leveraging migration as a source of innovation and prosperity. Switzerland aims at strengthening the evidence base on how to manage urban migration to maximize its development effects and at leveraging the voice and experience of cities in shaping effective migration policies. The project will involve Swiss cities and benefit from Swiss research expertise.


Programme Global Migration et Développement en Afrique de l‘Ouest (PGMD AO)

01.10.2017 - 31.12.2020

Le Programme Global Migration et Développement pour l’Afrique de l‘Ouest (PGMD-AO) vise à maximiser le potentiel de la migration pour le développement durable de la région. Dans cette 2ème Phase, il est prévu de contribuer au renforcement de la mobilité dans le cadre des processus d’intégration régionaux et de renforcer les dispositifs et mécanismes de protection des personnes en mobilité transfrontalière, en particulier les enfants.


SDC - ECDPM Partnership 2017-2020: Promoting PCSD concept work and implementation

01.10.2017 - 31.12.2020

The 2030 Agenda calls for joint actions across national borders, economic sectors and cultures for managing global risks and achieving a transition towards global sustainable development. As stipulated in the Agenda 2030 and resumed in the dispatch on Switzerland’s International Cooperation 2017-20, policy coherence for (sustainable) development will play a key role as a means of implementation. The SDC –ECDPM Partnership aims at providing analysis, policy solutions, and practical support to implement them, to SDC and development partners in general.



Intervention en santé mentale et soutien psychosocial pour les migrants au Niger

15.08.2017 - 28.02.2019

2016 environ 200,000 migrants sont passés par le Niger sur l’axe Niger-Lybie/Algérie. Ces migrants sont souvent exposés à des violations graves des droits de l’homme et des traumas. Seule une petite proportion des migrants bénéficie d’une forme d’assistance couvrant les besoins essentiels (santé, abri, nourriture). Une réponse aux traumatismes subis est quasi inexistante. Par ce co-financement, la Suisse contribue donc au renforcement d’une réponse santé mentale/psychosociale ainsi que d’autres services de protection pour les migrants au Niger pour préserver leur bien-être et le potentiel de développement humain.


Facility for Refugees, Migrants, Forced Displacement and Rural Stability (FARMS), SIGHT and HALEPP

01.08.2017 - 31.12.2024

With this contribution to the Facility for Refugees, Migrants, Forced Displacement and Rural Stability (FARMS) established by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) in 2016, Switzerland will contribute to sustainable livelihoods for approximately 5000 Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon. The two co-funded projects will also support host communities, in particular poor smallholders breeding small ruminants (Jordan) and smallholders in the dairy sector (Lebanon) to increase their income and food security.



Contribution to the KFPE - Science-Policy-Practice Dialogue

01.07.2017 - 31.12.2020

The Commission for Research Partnerships with Developing Countries (KFPE) is the central Swiss information, exchange and learning platform for research collaboration in and with the global South. During this transition phase, SDC’s support to KFPE will facilitate co-creation of synthetic evidence and debates on selected contemporary global challenges and enable KFPE to (re)position its 11 principles in the context of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.

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