• ICMPD publishes Migration Outlook 20212021 will be another challenging year for EU migration policy. ICMPD presents its annual, non-exhaustive list of trends and developments that will be high on the agenda of decision-makers and analysts this year. read more

    ICMPD publishes Migration Outlook 2021

    2021 will be another challenging year for EU migration policy. ICMPD presents its annual, non-exhaustive list of trends and developments that will be high on the agenda of decision-makers and analysts this year. read more
  • Michael Spindelegger to begin 2nd term as ICMPD Director GeneralUnder the guidance of ICMPD Director General Michael Spindelegger, the organisation saw a significant growth in staff, projects and financing. ICMPD was also able to gain three new member states and increase its presence in the field. read more

    Michael Spindelegger to begin 2nd term as ICMPD Director General

    Under the guidance of ICMPD Director General Michael Spindelegger, the organisation saw a significant growth in staff, projects and financing. ICMPD was also able to gain three new member states and increase its presence in the field. read more

News

Project News: SUPREME project hosts training on integrated data collection and analysis
On 17-18 February, ICMPD Turkey held an online training seminar for public officials at the Directorate General for Migration Management in Turkey on Integrated Data Collection and Analysis in Migration Management: Models, Systems and Good Practices.

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Project News: ICMPD SUPREME project hosts webinar on reintegration in Turkey
On 9 February 2021, the SUPREME* project organised a webinar for the stakeholders of the Turkish National Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration Programme on Essential Elements of Reintegration Assistance in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Expert Voice: EU migration policy: an optimistic vision of the future
It is February 2024. Ahead of elections to the European Parliament, several commentators are pointing to the unlikely success of the EU’s migration policy. How did it happen?

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Project News: FReM III publishes report on the National Monitoring Systems in 22 European states
The Forced-Return Monitoring III (FReM III) project just released a Gaps and Needs Analysis Report, analysing the national monitoring systems in twenty-two EU Member States and Schengen Associated Countries.

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