F.1
Ratification and implementation by the country of the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families.

Definition:

The country has ratified and implemented the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families. The indicator should be broken down into: (a) the country has ratified the Convention, and (b) the country has implemented the Convention.

Notes:

The national reports to the treaty body are voluntary, but they objectively express the implementation status of the convention’s precepts. When reviewing such reports, the recommendations of the treaty committee should be checked. It must be recalled that the Convention refers to immigrants and emigrants.

Type
Qualitative
Priority Measures

A.1 - Eradicate poverty

1
Reinforce the public policies and actions needed to eradicate poverty and break the cycles of exclusion and inequality as a condition for achieving development in the region.

A.2 - Human rights, gender and interculturality

2
Apply a human rights approach with a gender and intercultural perspective in addressing population and development issues, and step up efforts to recognize, promote and uphold relevant goals in order to eliminate inequalities and foster social inclusion.

C.20 - Quality of life and full participation of older people

20
Design policies at the national, federal and local levels to guarantee quality of life, the development of potential and the full participation of older persons, taking account of the need for intellectual, emotional and physical interaction and the different situation of men and women, with emphasis on the groups that are most susceptible to discrimination, such as older persons with disabilities, those without economic resources or pension coverage, or those who live alone or lack a support network.

F.67 - Assistance and protection to migrants

67
Provide assistance and protection to migrants regardless of their migration status, especially vulnerable groups, with full respect for their rights and in accordance with the provisions of the International Convention on the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of their Families and those of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, highlighting the need to afford them comprehensive attention in countries of transit and destination.

F.72 - Decriminalize migration

72
Protect decisively the human rights of all migrants, avoiding any form of criminalization of migration, and guarantee migrants access to basic social services in education and health, including sexual health and reproductive health, where appropriate, regardless of their migration status, with special attention to highly vulnerable groups, including unaccompanied minors, displaced persons in an irregular situation, women who are victims of violence, victims of trafficking, returnees and forcibly displaced asylum-seekers.

H.85 - Indigenous peoples rights

85
Respect and implement the provisions of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, as well as Convention No. 169 of the International Labour Organization on indigenous and tribal peoples —and call on those countries that have not already done so to sign it and ratify it— adapting legal frameworks and formulating the policies necessary for their implementation, with the full participation of these peoples, including indigenous peoples that live in cities.

H.88 - Indigenous peoples and territorial rights

88
Respect and guarantee the territorial rights of indigenous peoples, including those of peoples living in voluntary isolation and those in the initial phase of contact, with special attention to the challenges presented by extractive industries and other major global investments, mobility and forced displacements, and design policies that facilitate free, prior and informed consultation on matters that affect these peoples, pursuant to the provisions of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Topic
F. International migration