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Regional Conference on Migration

 

 

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(d)  Within Ibero-American territory, to promote the functionality of temporary migrant worker programs 

in terms of co-development, through training modes that meet the needs of the country of origin of the 

workers, in order to effectively turn workers into development agents in their communities. 

(e)  While one of the objectives of the programs is ensuring circular movement and rotation of workers, 

predictable rules need to be established so that participants who comply with them and who wish to do so, 

can also have a greater migratory stability and even register in longer-term voluntary return processes. 

(f)  There is not just one only model for the management of temporary migrant worker programs, as shown 

by the experiences that were presented. However, all models are acceptable options to prevent and combat 

the prevailing irregular and undocumented migration flows, particularly those of less qualified workers. 

(g)  The agreements, programs and solutions to manage temporary labor migration in Ibero-America 

should include a gender approach and contemplate principles and provisions for the protection of and 

respect for human rights of workers, and should be implemented within a framework of equality of labor 

rights for national and foreign workers. 

(h)  In addition, due to their nature such agreements and programs should keep the human consequences of 

their contents in mind and should appropriately assess the social and psychological impacts as well as the 

impact on families, particularly for family members staying in the country of origin. 

(i)  It is important that temporary migrant worker policies and programs include information and 

dissemination mechanisms to inform the general public about the opportunities provided by temporary 

labor migration, as well as the requirements and contractual terms and conditions, among others. 

Furthermore, training of workers should be ensured as a part of program implementation, as well as 

strategies to facilitate the process of integration, adjustment, and interaction of migrant workers in the 

receiving society. 

(j)  Consular management within the framework of temporary migrant worker programs is of significant 

importance. Therefore, including this element from the beginning of the implementation process is 

essential. 

(k)  A comparative analysis of agreements and temporary migrant worker programs that are currently being 

implemented in Ibero-America is considered of interest, in order to extract and evaluate best practices. The 

lessons learned during implementation of these programs can serve as references to countries in the region 

that are planning to promote and/or potentiate these types of programs. 

(l)   The experiences from Ecuador, Spain, Mexico, Peru, and IOM Guatemala that were shared during the 

workshop represent a valuable background which – together with other current bilateral temporary migrant 

worker programs in Ibero-America – constitutes a platform for expanding actions oriented toward 

potentiating the contribution of migration to development, both in countries of origin and countries of 

destination, and to prevent undocumented migration and ensure respect for human rights. 

 

C. Planned Activities 

The Cuenca Program of Action (PAC), resulting from the first FIBEMYD Meeting, which constitutes 

an operational approach to the Montevideo Commitment on Migration and Development, includes 

Temporary Labor Migration as one of the priorities on the Ibero-American migration agenda. In 

addition, within the framework of the SEGIB/ECLAC/IOM tripartite cooperation, this has been one of 

the topics that have been identified in order to initiate – in accordance with the mandates of the XVIII 

Summit held in San Salvador – the program and project implementation stage. 

The possibility of carrying out a comparative study has also been considered, in order to 

evaluate best practices and gain access to a range of lessons learned during implementation. At the 

same time, the convenience of advancing in the development of an Ibero-American Temporary 

Migrant Worker Program has been pointed out. The program would serve as a reference and input for 

countries in the region that are interested in these types of programs. 



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