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This report provides an overview of migration levels and trends in Asia and the Pacific, and analyses the different inputs to and outputs from the 2021 Asia-Pacific Regional Review, with a view to identifying emergent opportunities for evidence-based regional and national implementation of the Global Compact for Migration in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The analytical part of the report is written with a focus on empiricism, that is, the critical importance of evidence-based initiatives to achieve the specific objectives of the Global Compact for Migration. The theme of capacity-building, informed by analysis, is threaded throughout both the discussion and interpretation of the results, as well as the recommendations that follow. The official report of the Asia-Pacific Regional Review, including its Chair's Summary, are reproduced at the end.

This publication is the product of collaboration among ESCAP staff members and academics, building on the Asia-Pacific Migration Report 2020.

This report provides an overview of migration levels and trends in Asia and the Pacific, and analyses the different inputs to and outputs from the 2021 Asia-Pacific Regional Review, with a view to identifying emergent opportunities for evidence-based regional and national implementation of the Global Compact for Migration in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The analytical part of the report is written with a focus on empiricism, that is, the critical importance of evidence-based initiatives to achieve the specific objectives of the Global Compact for Migration. The theme of capacity-building, informed by analysis, is threaded throughout both the discussion and interpretation of the results, as well as the recommendations that follow. The official report of the Asia-Pacific Regional Review, including its Chair’s Summary, are reproduced at the end.

This publication is the product of collaboration among ESCAP staff members and academics, building on the Asia-Pacific Migration Report 2020.

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