Working paper
Author

Sarra Hanafi

April
2017
Thematic Working Groups
Migrant Rights and Integration in Host Communities
Regions
Africa
Applicable countries
Tunisia
Abstract:

This report is a base document for the organization of a national consultation directed at promoting discussions on and evaluating the adequacy of the indicators for the human rights of migrants and their families in Tunisia. A selection of indicators proposed by the Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD) is adapted to the Tunisian context in order to measure and evaluate the enjoyment by migrants in Tunisia of the fundamental rights to health, education and decent work. A set of structural, process and outcomes indicators is established in relation to each of these rights and the data collection sources and systems that facilitate the adoption of these indicators are identified. The report identifies challenges and guidelines for raising awareness of the need to take account of migrants in data collection systems, so that the equitable access by migrants to their fundamental rights can be measured on a systematic basis.

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