These indicators such as the right to education, equality before the law, right to health, right to decent work, etc. Frameworks of collaboration do exist but their application does often not take into account the individual and social dimension of the migrant. Several tens of thousands of people are concerned each year and subject to a rigid procedure. Individual needs are dealt with in an administrative manner without the necessary social support, although the Dublin Regulation does not exclude the possibility of individualised support to ensure a better continuity of care across borders.
There is a great need of better connecting the different actors of different countries, so that they can work transnationally on common ground and use common standards and indicators. Good practices do exist in many regions worldwide but mainly at small scale and not diffused largely enough. In some contexts, regional cooperation has proven its effectiveness.
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The Economic Community of West African States ECOWAS has developed a mechanism based on common procedures and harmonised standards to implement sustainable solutions for migrant children between the 16 countries of the region. The recent international arrangements on the issue of migration — the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration — could be used as leverage and offer an opportunity to place the human rights of migrants at the forefront. For their benefit, and for our benefit. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of The Graduate Institute, Geneva.
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