Exactly as the title says. In the linked question, the OP is wanting to know how to move all of humanity onto a spaceship. This is a less grand version of the same thing.
A government wants to move a certain population for certain reasons of their own (ie not because of an impending natural disaster or outside forces). What would the government have to do to ensure cooperation and how could the government convince even the most stubborn of people to obey? We've all heard the stories of people dying in disasters because they refused to evacuate their homes. It happens. We know humanity can be the most obstinate animals on this planet.
How could the government get a population of people to move from one place to another with minimal resistance and unrest? The best answer should be able to explain for different population sizes (ie 100, 1000, 1 hundred thousand, 1 million) and for different population makeups (age variation, socio-economic variation, cultural variation). Additionally, the goal is to use as little force as necessary, but if needed, you can use physical force, but explain why it'd be needed.
For example, in some cases when Native Americans were asked to move from certain places, they had to be forced to move due to cultural significance of the area. I imagine if you tried to forcibly remove either Jews or Muslims from Palestine, they'd act in quite the volatile manner in order to stop you.
Government's reason could be anything, but for simplicity, let's just say the government has reason to desire the land the group is in. If you think the method would need to change based off of the reason, please include that in your answer.
The government already knows where they are shipping the people off to. They have the resources to move them. If people ask, the government can give them an answer. That said, where the government says they'll take the people vs where they are actually taken do not necessarily have to line up. They are just trying to move the people.