• The 'European Agenda on Migration': quotas and external actionLooking into the four pillars of the European Commission's new policy proposal on migration, ICMPD's Ralph Genetzke notes in a commentary that EC President Juncker follows a political rather than technocratic approach, providing more than short term answers to the current crisis in the Mediterranean. Driving the EU's asylum agenda ahead, the Commission has proposed mandatory quota for relocation and resettlement.read more

    The 'European Agenda on Migration': quotas and external action

    Looking into the four pillars of the European Commission's new policy proposal on migration, ICMPD's Ralph Genetzke notes in a commentary that EC President Juncker follows a political rather than technocratic approach, providing more than short term answers to the current crisis in the Mediterranean. Driving the EU's asylum agenda ahead, the Commission has proposed mandatory quota for relocation and resettlement.read more
  • Building on 13 years of experience, Tunisia and ICMPD deepen cooperationThe Republic of Tunisia and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development signed a Cooperation Agreement to address the challenges the country is facing due to the current migrant crisis in the Mediterranean. Together, they will work in close partnership to make migration a positive force for development and progress.read more

    Building on 13 years of experience, Tunisia and ICMPD deepen cooperation

    The Republic of Tunisia and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development signed a Cooperation Agreement to address the challenges the country is facing due to the current migrant crisis in the Mediterranean. Together, they will work in close partnership to make migration a positive force for development and progress.read more
  • “We will work from the factory floor to the boardroom” As labour exploitation continues to be a key challenge in European economies, EU officials set out to reduce modern slavery through enhanced partnership. The policy debates and legal frameworks covering the issue are complex and responses must be equally nuanced. read more

    “We will work from the factory floor to the boardroom”

    As labour exploitation continues to be a key challenge in European economies, EU officials set out to reduce modern slavery through enhanced partnership. The policy debates and legal frameworks covering the issue are complex and responses must be equally nuanced. read more

ICMPD Events

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28 Jun– 4 Jul
Kvareli, Georgia:
ENIGMMA: International Summer School on Migration Research
6 Jul– 7 Jul
Budapest, Hungary:
Prague Process: Senior Officials Meeting
7 Jul– 8 Jul
Brasilia, Brazil:
MT Brazil: Workshop on research in the land borders

News

As Europe’s neighbours are affected by crises, experts search for solutions to better assist migrants
Preparedness, cooperation and coordination of state actors, international organisations, civil society and the private sector are key to save lives, reduce vulnerability, and enhance protection of migrants in countries hit by acute crisis.

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THB: steps the Council of Europe should take in the coming 10 years to put a truly victim-focused approach into practice
With ratifications by 43 countries the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings is one of the main international instruments in the wider European region addressing this criminal action.

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6th Silk Routes Working Group Meeting in Islamabad addresses irregular migration
Irregular migration has been a priority topic for the participating countries of the Budapest Process since the adoption of the Istanbul Ministerial Declaration on the Silk Routes Partnership for Migration in April 2013.

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FReM: Participants provide recommendations on the forced return monitoring training In line with the EU Return Directive, European Member States are obliged to create an efficient monitoring system of forced return operations. The FReM project aims to set-up a pool of independent forced return monitors. Within the framework of the project, Luxemburg hosted a Lessons Learnt Meeting

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