Coherence of Policies for More Effective Management
Greater coherence ‐ between ministries within a country and between countries ‐ among migration policies, development co‐operation policies, as well as employment, trade and security policies is required for all parties to gain more from migration. Existing institutional set‐ups must be overhauled to increase policy coherence; countries must seek mechanisms to promote communication, negotiation and consensus building among policy communities and their constituencies. As argued in previous chapters, OECD countries must interlink migration and development policies; developing countries, for their part, must mainstream migration and remittances in their national development strategies. Enhanced partnerships between sending and receiving countries may be an effective mechanism for assuring that interlinked and coherent policies are put in place and properly implemented. In addition, migration, employment, trade, investment and development assistance considerations must also be jointly addressed at the national and global levels.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 01 November 2007