Good practices in information exchange and training are introduced to border guards during study visit to Poland
During the four-day visit, border guards from the EaP region were introduced to Polish good practices in international cooperation, information exchange and training, including new training modules on risk analysis and inter-agency cooperation, developed under the project.
Training familiarises border guards from Belarus and Ukraine with integrated border management (IBM) techniques
The training is the first activity carried out by ICMPD for the EU-funded project ‘Strengthening Surveillance and Bilateral Coordination Capacity along the Common Border between Belarus and Ukraine’ (SURCAP II).
European Commission progress report acknowledges Georgia’s progress in the Visa Liberalisation Dialogue
In the report, the European Commission concludes that Georgia meets the first-phase requirements of the Visa Liberalisation Dialogue. The report also recognises ICMPD’s important role in assisting Georgia’s migration authorities in this regard.
New developments will influence migration between Europe and its Eastern Neighbours in years to come
ICMPD’s newest working paper explores current developments and future trends concerning migration between the EU, Russia and Eastern Neighbourhood countries.