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Workshop on Temporary Migrant Workers Programs

 

 

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The mandates relating to migration and development that have been adopted by Heads of 

State and Government at the past four Summits (Salamanca, 2005, Montevideo, 2006, Santiago de 

Chile, 2007, and San Salvador 2008), involve recognizing the contributions of international migration 

to development and to essential values constituting the notion of an Ibero-American community. In 

addition, the mandates highlight the complexity of the current migration situation4, which requires a 

multi-lateral approach, a comprehensive response, cooperation among countries, and promoting and 

protecting human rights of migrants as an ethical background for efforts oriented toward capitalizing 

on the positive aspects of migration. The bi-regional nature of the Ibero-American territory has 

significant potential advantages in addressing the topic in question and agreeing on actions among 

countries of origin, transit, and destination. While this is a complex and gradual process which needs 

to take regional features into consideration, significant progress has been made from Salamanca to El 

Salvador, reflected primarily by the following: 

•  The Montevideo Commitment on Migration and Development (CMMD) adopted at 

the XVI Summit, which is the political framework for the development of an Ibero-

American agenda in this sphere – and one of the most significant texts of the Ibero-

American Conference since its inception in 1991.

 

•  The Ibero-American Forum on Migration and Development (FIBEMYD), a space 

for inter-regional dialogue and sharing of best practices, and a product of decisions from 

the XVI and XVII Summits. The first Meeting was held in Cuenca, Ecuador, on April 

2008, and a second Meeting has been planned for 2010 in El Salvador. 

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•  The Cuenca Program of Action (PAC), one of the specific results from the first 

FIBEMYD Meeting, incorporating essential topics of the Montevideo Commitment from 

an operational perspective.

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•  The Ibero-American Multi-Lateral Convention on Social Security, approved at the 

XVII Summit in Santiago de Chile in 2007, establishing a milestone in Ibero-America 

regarding human rights in ensuring the portability of social security benefits for 

migrants.

 

•  The SEGIB/CEPAL/IOM Memorandum of Understanding, which incorporates 

complementary capacities of three organizations with migration and development 

mandates, in order to join efforts and resources for implementation of the CMMD 

and the PAC.

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   An analysis of the social, economic, political, and cultural context of Latin American international migration in 

Ibero-America and its links with and impact on development processes is contained in the document “Migración 

Internacional y Desarrollo en Iberoamérica” (International Migration and Development in Ibero-America), 

prepared by CELADE, Population Division of ECLAC, for the Ibero-American Forum on Migration and 

Development (Cuenca, April 2008), within the framework of joint collaboration between SEGIB and 

ECLAC/CELADE. 

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   Ibero-American Conference, XVI Summit, Montevideo, Uruguay, Nov. 2006 (www.segib.org). 

6

   Ibero-American Conference, Declaration and Plan of Action of the XVII Summit, Santiago de Chile, Nov. 2007, 

and Plan of Action of the XVIII Summit, San Salvador, El Salvador, Nov. 2008 (www.segib.org). 

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   SEGIB, I Ibero-American Forum on Migration and Development, Cuenca, Ecuador, April 2008 (www.segib.org). 

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   With support from SEGIB and the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation, ECLAC/CELADE 

has estimated that approximately 4.5 million migrants are potential direct and indirect beneficiaries of the 

Convention.  

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   SEGIB/ECLAC/IOM (2008), in “Informe Final, Aportes y Conclusiones Principales del FIBEMYD” (Final 

Report, Contributions, and Key Conclusions of the FIBEMYD) (www.segib.org). 



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