Engage with the RSO
The RSO aims to provide a mechanism to facilitate collaboration among Bali Process members and other partners.There are various ways to engage with the RSO.
- expressing interest in collaboration on new or existing initiatives,
- proposing new projects for bilateral, multilateral or regional collaboration,
- providing funding or in-kind support for new or existing initiatives,
- seconding a government official or non-government national to the RSO to undertake project-based work (eg. for 6-12 months).
Interested Bali Process members are invited to write to the RSO Co-Managers and share proposals for engagement.
Engagement with Civil Society
The RSO acknowledges the role that civil society can play in supporting Bali Process member states to address irregular migration issues. It welcomes open communication and also supports greater cooperation with civil society actors as part of policy, legislative and operational initiatives where this is requested by member states.
For further information on the RSO's engagement with civil society, please refer to the information sheet below.
RSO INFORMATION SHEET : Engagement with Civil Society
Engagement with Regional Consultative Processes on Migration
Regional Consultative Processes on Migration (RCPs) bring together representatives of states, international organizations and, in some cases, non-governmental organizations for informal and non-binding dialogue and information exchange on migration and refugee protection-related issues of common interest and concern.
The value of exchanging information and good practices between RCPs has been recognized through the Global Meetings of Chairs and Secretariats of RCPs. The RSO's engagement with RCPs has specific and mutual benefits for both Bali Process member states and RCPs from other regions.
For further information on the RSO's engagement with RCPs, please refer to the information sheet below.
RSO INFORMATION SHEET : Engagement with Regional Consultative Process on Migration