Migrant Rights are Human Rights

Migrant Rights are Human Rights #MigrantRightsHumanRights As governments convene to adopt the Global Compact on Safe, Regular, and Orderly Migration (GCM) in Marrakech –  a city historically defined and enriched by the movement of people and goods – the Global Coalition on Migration urges world leaders, human rights defenders, media,…

GCM stands in solidarity with refugees, migrants, Muslims, families and communities

GCM in Solidiarity w Refugees, Migrants, Muslims PDF GCM Stands in Solidarity with Refugees, Migrants, Muslims, Families and Communities As a global coalition of migrant and migrant-led, policy, faith-based and labor organizations, the Global Coalition on Migration stands in solidarity with and supports those targeted by U.S. President Donald Trump’s…

GCM Submits Civil Society Considerations for 19 September HLS

In June 2016, the Global Coalition on Migration (GCM) — representing a broad, global, multi-sectoral coalition of civil society organizations supporting migrants’ rights and rights-based migration governance — submitted a civil society perspective on important considerations for the 19 September 2016, High Level Summit to Address Large Movements of Refugees and…

GCM Seeks International Coordinator

The Global Coalition on Migration (GCM) seeks an International Coordinator to oversee and coordinate all of GCM’s operations.  View the job announcement and description here: GCM International Coordinator Job Announcement And please send a CV and cover letter to: GCM-application@AlianzaAmericas.org (with the subject line: GCM Coordinator)

GCM’s Agenda Priorities for September 19 High Level Meeting on Addressing Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants

On 11 April 2016, GCM members submitted a collective global civil society perspective on agenda priorities for the upcoming United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting on Addressing Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants. The full document can be downloaded here: GCM Global Civil Society Perspective on Agenda Priorities for Sept. 19…