This handbook provides a step-by-step overview of the conditions, issues, tools and policy responses regarding international migration that parliamentarians need to understand to effectively carry out their responsibilities for ensuring the protection of the rights of migrants and the governance of international migration under the rule of law.

Migration, Human Rights and Governance: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2015 DOWNLOAD

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