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Global civil society platform calls for regularisation in the post-COVID recovery The Civil Society Action Committee, a global platform for civil society engagement on migration policy, has called world governments to take action on regularisation as the keystone to implement the Global Compact for Migration. The calls are included in a paper on the implementation of the Global Compact for Migration in the context of COVID-19, released in December 2020. Italy: new research shows flaws in migrant regularisation programme Research by Human Rights Watch on the Italian 2020 regularisation programme found important flaws in its design and implementation. In particular, the research points to the restrictive scope of the programme, the lack of clarity about eligibility and the employer sponsorship approach, among others, excluding hundreds of thousands of people and failing to reach most of the farmworkers it was supposed to benefit. Numbers show that only 15% of the applications under the employer sponsorship pathway came from the agricultural sector.
Global civil society platform calls for regularisation in the post-COVID recovery The Civil Society Action Committee, a global platform for civil society engagement on migration policy, has called world governments to take action on regularisation as the keystone to implement the Global Compact for Migration. The calls are included in a paper on the implementation of the Global Compact for Migration in the context of COVID-19, released in December 2020. Italy: new research shows flaws in migrant regularisation programme Research by Human Rights Watch on the Italian 2020 regularisation programme found important flaws in its design and implementation. In particular, the research points to the restrictive scope of the programme, the lack of clarity about eligibility and the employer sponsorship approach, among others, excluding hundreds of thousands of people and failing to reach most of the farmworkers it was supposed to benefit. Numbers show that only 15% of the applications under the employer sponsorship pathway came from the agricultural sector.
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