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Research Papers from the
North and Central American Task Force on Migration

To inform its deliberations and recommendations, the North and Central American Task Force on Migration commissioned 12 research papers from Central American, Mexican and other experts to address humanitarian protection, regional cooperation, institutional, political, economic and environmental drivers of migration, and strengthening regular pathways for migration. These papers are now available in their original languages.


In the run-up to and during the December 2021 UNHCR High-Level Officials Meeting, Global Independent Refugee Women Leaders (GIRWL) co-founders led and participated in dialogues with officials and other stakeholders on topics including refugee participation in decision-making, age, gender and diversity.  Read 


New mandate letters from Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau to the Canadian Ministers of Public Safety; Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship; International Development; and Foreign Affairs outline specific ways for Canada to address global migration and forced displacement.  Read 


On December 17, 2021, Global Independent Refugee Women Leaders (GIRWL) and WRMC co-hosted an event where panelists discussed how to move from awareness to action and accountability in preventing and responding to Gender-Based Violence and enabling women as agents of change.  Watch 


The World Refugee & Migration Council is conducting a survey on the current state of the global refugee system and how it has changed since we published A Call to Action: Transforming the Global Refugee System in 2019. Your input will help us to review and focus collaborative efforts to implement the recommendations in A Call to Action.

Write us at with comments and questions about this newsletter or how to get involved in our Action Plan for transforming the global refugee and migration systems.

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