Improving social protection for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in Egypt: An overview of international practices
Author: Marina Andrade ,Lucas Sato ,Maya Hammad
Thematic Area: Social Protection ,Sustainable development ,Inclusive Growth
Abstract:Migration has been a central issue throughout Egypt's history. In addition to being a traditional country of origin and transit, its importance as a destination has been growing over the last two decades. Social protection is not always guaranteed for international migrants. UNICEF Egypt and the IPC-IG have gathered evidence of experiences that can provide insights for a new migration governance framework, a more inclusive social protection system and sustainable socioeconomic development in Egypt.
Keywords:social protection; migration; governance; Egypt
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