• ERGEM project ‘Information Days’ in Germany, Greece and Turkey come to a successful close The Information Days were designed to reach out to Georgian emigrant and diaspora communities and provide advice on issues pertaining to their stay abroad, relations with Georgia and possible return. read more

    ERGEM project ‘Information Days’ in Germany, Greece and Turkey come to a successful close

    The Information Days were designed to reach out to Georgian emigrant and diaspora communities and provide advice on issues pertaining to their stay abroad, relations with Georgia and possible return. read more
  • ICMPD and the Brazilian National Council of Immigration publish research report on migrants’ rightsThe publication is a useful tool to assist national and international actors to ensure that appropriate assistance is given to migrants, especially those in vulnerable situations, in accordance with fundamental human rights.read more

    ICMPD and the Brazilian National Council of Immigration publish research report on migrants’ rights

    The publication is a useful tool to assist national and international actors to ensure that appropriate assistance is given to migrants, especially those in vulnerable situations, in accordance with fundamental human rights.read more
  • Georgian Diaspora and Migrant Communities in Germany, Greece and Turkey – Transnational Realities and Ties with GeorgiaThe study presents an in-depth profile of the Georgian diaspora and migrant communities in Germany, Greece and Turkey and an analysis of the Georgian diaspora policy. It also offers recommendations on how Georgian state institutions can more effectively engage Georgian diaspora.read more

    Georgian Diaspora and Migrant Communities in Germany, Greece and Turkey – Transnational Realities and Ties with Georgia

    The study presents an in-depth profile of the Georgian diaspora and migrant communities in Germany, Greece and Turkey and an analysis of the Georgian diaspora policy. It also offers recommendations on how Georgian state institutions can more effectively engage Georgian diaspora.read more

ICMPD Events

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30 Jul – 31 Jul
Tbilisi, Georgia:
EaP-SIPPAP Workshop on Supporting the Drafting of SOPs on Border Delegates between Azerbaijan and Georgia
30 Jul – 31 Jul
Tbilisi, Georgia:
EaP-SIPPAP Workshop on Strengthening Cooperation between Patron and Border Police in Georgia

ICMPD

The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), established in 1993 by Austria and Switzerland, is an international organisation that works in migration-related fields. Although ICMPD has a European basis, it carries out its activities throughout the world, including in Europe, Africa, Central Asia, the Middle East and South America. Through its six Competence Centres, ICMPD provides its 15 Member States and numerous partners with in-depth knowledge and expertise in dealing with the phenomena of migration. It does so through using a holistic 3-pillar approach: research, capacity building and migration dialogues.


News

ICMPD supports fifteen West African countries in the fight against human trafficking
On 21–25 July 2014, ICMPD is supporting the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) with its Annual Review Meeting of the Member States' National Focal Points (NFPs) on Trafficking in Persons (TIP) at the ECOWAS Commission headquarters in Abuja, Nigeria.

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Cape Verde’s new Law on Foreigners is published
On 17 July 2014, the new Law on Foreigners was published in the Official Journal of Cape Verde. The publication follows two successful MIEUX actions in Cape Verde that provided support in reviewing and updating existing migration policies.

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FReM project workshop: participants discuss the Guidelines and Monitoring Tools for Forced Return Monitors
ICMPD, together with the partners of the project and Frontex, gathered on 23–24 June 2014 in Budapest to discuss the draft Guidelines and Monitoring Tools for Forced Return Monitors. The workshop was hosted by the Ministry of Interior of Hungary.

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Meeting of the National Anti-trafficking Coordinators from South-Eastern Europe takes place in Istanbul
In the framework of the Brdo Process, the National Anti-trafficking Coordinators (NATC) from South-Eastern Europe (SEE) gathered on 25–26 June 2014 in Istanbul.

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Fax: +32 2 231 1430
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