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My JMDI Toolbox training materials on migration and local development

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This toolbox offers a flexible and comprehensive tool for local stakeholders (local authorities, civil society, migrants’ associations, academia, international organizations etc.) on how to mainstream migration into local development planning in order to be able to better harness the development potential of migration. The contents of the Toolbox were designed as a direct response to the specific needs identified from local stakeholders and practitioners working on migration and development issues. The training package covers a wide range of practical issues, contains a set of identified good practices, a list of further resources and courses as well a set of selected key resources. It was developed by the JMDI, a global inter-agency programme that focuses on the local dimension of migrants’ contribution to development and aims to maximize the potential of migration for local development. Full toolbox accessible here: http://www.migration4development.org/en/resources/toolbox/training

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