Migration

Migration – ein Schwerpunkt der DEZA

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Migration hat verschiedene Gesichter. In den meisten Fällen tragen Migrantinnen und Migranten mit ihrer Arbeitskraft zur Förderung des Wohlstands sowohl in ihrem Wohnsitzland, als auch in ihrem Heimatland bei. Bei Konflikten und Naturkatastrophen gehören sie aber zu den verletzlichsten Opfern und brauchen besonderen Schutz.

Deshalb engagiert sich die DEZA in verschiedenen Bereichen der Migration. Neben der Arbeit vor Ort beteiligt sie sich aktiv am politischen Dialog zu diesem Thema. Dabei konzentriert sie sich auf folgende sechs Themen.

Internationaler Migrationsdialog

Die DEZA sucht globale Lösungen und gestaltet den politischen Dialog über die Migration und Entwicklung auf internationaler Ebene mit.

Flüchtlinge und interne Vertriebene

Die DEZA setzt sich für den Schutz und die Grundbedürfnisse von Flüchtlingen und Binnenvertriebenen ein.

Diaspora

Die DEZA schafft günstige Rahmenbedingungen, fördert den Austausch und führt innovative Projekte durch, damit die verschiedenen Migrantengemeinschaften einen Beitrag zur Entwicklung ihrer Herkunftsländer leisten können.

Arbeitsmigration

Die DEZA setzt sich dafür ein, dass die Migrantinnen und Migranten über ihre Rechte aufgeklärt werden und menschenwürdige Arbeitsbedingungen erhalten.

Migrationsaussenpolitik der Schweiz

Die DEZA nutzt ihre Erfahrung und Instrumente, um im Rahmen der interdepartementalen Zusammenarbeit einen Beitrag zur Erreichung der migrationspolitischen Interessen der Schweiz zu leisten.

Fachwebsite der DEZA zum Thema Migration

Fachinformationen (News, Dokumente, Instrumente, Methoden) zum Wissensaustausch und zur Zusammenarbeit mit Partner und Fachleuten

 http://www.sdc-migration.ch

Aktuelle Projekte

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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.


World Bank Global Program on Forced Displacement GPFD

01.07.2017 - 30.06.2020

A record 65.4 million people are displaced due to armed conflict and persecution. Many of them have been displaced for more than a decade, necessitating a development approach to make them more self-reliable. The Global Program on Forced Displacement (GPFD) has been the agenda-setter on this issue in the World Bank. Through its role as the custodian of expertise, it contributes to foster long-term development solutions for the displaced and to make this a priority issue for the Bank.


RNEC: provide legal identity for vulnerable people located in areas of FARC Demobilization

15.06.2017 - 31.12.2020

SDC will support the National Institution for the Registry of Civil Status (Registraduría Nacional del Estado Civil RNEC in Spanish) in the process of registration of vulnerable population located in areas where the demobilization of FARC will be carried out. Access to legal registration is a measure of protection of communities at risk or affected by armed conflict, and will also allow access to other basic and social services, such as health and education.



SSD IOM: Regional Information and Coordination Mechanisms for South Sudanese Displacement Dynamics

01.02.2017 - 30.08.2018

Continued conflict, food insecurity and a dire economic situation have increased the scale of displacement both within and outside the country to unprecedented levels, with many sheltering in UN POCS or crossing to neighbouring countries. For humanitarians to be able to respond to the needs of these populations, a better understanding of the displacement dynamics and trends must be developed. IOM’s proposed project will help create a better understanding of the displacement dynamics and trends and enable humanitarians to effectively respond to needs of the populations.


Projet Oriental Protection Migrants Maroc

01.01.2017 - 31.03.2018

Morocco is a country of transit and destination for migrants and refugees, 20’000 of which live on the margins of society, despite the 2014 adopted first ever migration strategy, promising the respect of human rights and access to public services. The “Projet Oriental” facilitates access to health care and provides humanitarian support to 5’600 vulnerable migrants per year and coaches public and civil society service providers to care for the specific needs of the migrants.


Strengthening of UNHCR Community-Based Protection Project

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2017

In line with the Good Humanitarian Donorship (GHD) principles, Switzerland recognizes the necessity of predictable and flexible funding to respond to changing needs in humanitarian crises. SDC funding allows UNHCR to improve its protection approaches and activities towards persons of concern, including internally displaced persons through the development of adequate processes and mechanisms guaranteeing quality standards in UNHCR programmes.


Educational facilities for the Internally Displaced and street children

10.12.2016 - 31.12.2019

The internally displaced youth living often as street children in the low-income neighbourhoods of the capital city Islamabad and are deprived from basic education and protection services. The Mashal school educates IDP children from all over the country with a majority from KP and FATA, offers them a protective space, advises / counsels them on cultural, social and legal issues and help them to register under the government system by that laying the basis for future livelihood possibilities.


Mainstreaming the Concept of Migration and Development into Strategies, Policies and Actions in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Diaspora for Development (D4D)

05.12.2016 - 31.12.2020

About 2 million BiH citizens reside outside their country of origin. They retain strong connections with their homeland, and many of them are interested in contributing to its development with skills, know-how and financial investment. Switzerland supports BiH (in both entities and Brčko district) in creating a favorable environment for leveraging diaspora’s human and financial capital (as investors, providers of know-how and networkers) for the development of the country, thus contributing to economic growth, employment and income.


Rehabiltiation of public schools accomodating Syrian refugee children

01.04.2016 - 31.12.2020

Education is one of the public sectors particularly under pressure due to the influx of refugees. There are currently 143,000 school-aged Syrian refugees enrolled in public schools in Jordan, another approx. 83,000 remain out of school. Overstretched infrastructure and lack of space are major challenges. SDC will continue to support the Ministry of Education (MoE) in non-structural rehabilitation of schools accommodating Syrian refugees, including water and sanitation facilities, contributing to increase the accommodating capacities. The project will also include an awareness component addressing maintenance issues.


Migration Network Activities

01.03.2016 - 31.03.2021

The SDC Migration network provides the platform to share knowledge and experience on programmes, efforts and global developments in the field of migration and development at operational and policy dialogue level. It constitutes the framework to support activities contributing to the different network components, hence contributing to increase sharing of knowledge and enhanced connections among stakeholders.

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