• Vienna Migration Conference Report published  The 2018 VMC aimed at discussing and answering the following questions: In terms of crisis management and future migration governance, have Europe and the international community achieved real progress and if so, in which areas? What concrete steps should be taken next, both with a view to short-term and long-term migration policy objectives? The VMC 18 repot presents a summary of the discussions including the key arguments of every panellist and conclusions from the third Vienna Migration Conference. read more

    Vienna Migration Conference Report published

    The 2018 VMC aimed at discussing and answering the following questions: In terms of crisis management and future migration governance, have Europe and the international community achieved real progress and if so, in which areas? What concrete steps should be taken next, both with a view to short-term and long-term migration policy objectives? The VMC 18 repot presents a summary of the discussions including the key arguments of every panellist and conclusions from the third Vienna Migration Conference. read more
  • “Istanbul Commitments” adopted by close to 40 countries On 20 February close to 40 countries adopted the “Istanbul Commitments on the Silk Routes Partnership for Migration” and its action plan “A Call for Action – a five year plan” in Istanbul, Turkey. The adoption followed a long negotiation process and the resulting documents provide the Budapest Process with the tools for even better multi-lateral cooperation on migration along the Silk Routes.read more

    “Istanbul Commitments” adopted by close to 40 countries

    On 20 February close to 40 countries adopted the “Istanbul Commitments on the Silk Routes Partnership for Migration” and its action plan “A Call for Action – a five year plan” in Istanbul, Turkey. The adoption followed a long negotiation process and the resulting documents provide the Budapest Process with the tools for even better multi-lateral cooperation on migration along the Silk Routes.read more
  • ICMPD Migration Outlook  With the Vienna Migration Conference we take stock each autumn of the crucial developments in migration policy for the preceding year. Our intention with ICMPD´s Migration Outlook 2019 is to look ahead and describe the important developments we anticipate in the current year. Although forecasts are difficult in migration, we want to present an outlook on the key hot spots, events, trends and priorities for 2019.read more

    ICMPD Migration Outlook

    With the Vienna Migration Conference we take stock each autumn of the crucial developments in migration policy for the preceding year. Our intention with ICMPD´s Migration Outlook 2019 is to look ahead and describe the important developments we anticipate in the current year. Although forecasts are difficult in migration, we want to present an outlook on the key hot spots, events, trends and priorities for 2019.read more
  • New report on policy options for refugee-hosting countries  When it comes to responding to the needs of refugees in protracted situations and those of the countries hosting them, major refugee-hosting countries face myriad challenges. ICMPD’s new report presents feasible policy options from stakeholders in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. read more

    New report on policy options for refugee-hosting countries

    When it comes to responding to the needs of refugees in protracted situations and those of the countries hosting them, major refugee-hosting countries face myriad challenges. ICMPD’s new report presents feasible policy options from stakeholders in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. read more

ICMPD Events

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1 Jul– 7 Jul
Qakh, Azerbaijan: ICMPD/MOBILAZE/ENIGMMA2
International Summer School on Migration Studies
9 Jul
Yerevan, Armenia: ICMPD/MIBMA
MIBMA 5th Steering Group Meeting
10 Jul–12 Jul
Yerevan, Bagratashen BCP, Bavra BCP, Armenia: ICMPD/MIBMA
IBM Assessment Mission to Bagratashen and Bavra BCPs

News

Project News: Kick-Off Event of the project "Swiss Support to Integrated Border Management in Lebanon (Phase 2)"
On Monday, 11 March 2019, ICMPD launched the project Swiss Support to Integrated Border Management in Lebanon (Phase 2), funded by the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration (SEM), at the Central Military Club in Manara in Beirut. The event was attended by more than 60 guests.

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ICMPD Around the Globe: ICMPD’s Director General speaks at a roundtable, hosted by the National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria
On 12 March 2019, ICMPD's DG Michael Spindelegger was invited to participate in a roundtable discussion organised by the Committee on Internal Security and Public Order, National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria, in Sofia. The theme of the roundtable was “Migration Management in the Context of the European Elections”.

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Project News: New study on “Resilience and Vulnerability to Trafficking and Other Abuses among People Travelling along Migration Routes to Europe” presented during international conference
On the occasion of the publishing of the new study on 6th March, ICMPD hosted an international Conference in Athens, Greece. The conference hosted over 70 participants, and was opened by ICMPD’s Director General Michael Spindelegger. The new research looks how to protect refugees and migrants from human trafficking and other abuses on the...

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Project News: 6th Budapest Process Ministerial Conference adopts the "Istanbul Commitments"
The Budapest Process held its 6th Ministerial Conference on 19-20 February 2019 in Istanbul, Turkey. It gathered 46 participating countries, the European Commission, European institutions and 10 regional and international organisations. The event was hosted by Turkey and chaired by H.E. Süleyman Soylu, Turkish Minister of Interior.

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