Lessons learned: When RCPs work best

The fact that this study has examined fourteen RCPs covering most of the globe provides a rich empirical basis for drawing conclusions about RCPs. The final section considers a series of measures and conditions under which RCPs are most likely to maximize their benefits to participating states and to produce an impact on migration governance. As ever, these conclusions are based on extensive interviews with those involved in the creation, chairing, and operation of RCPs.

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