• First Migrant Resource Centre opened in Afghanistan Drawing on its extensive experience with setting up and operating such Migrant Resource Centres (MRCs) in Pakistan, the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) was able to set up the first such centre in Afghanistan in a joint endeavour with the Afghan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriations (MoRR). Its fundamental goal is to provide clear and understandable information on possibilities for orderly migration, as well as rules and regulations, including relevant pre-departure information, to potential migrants. read more

    First Migrant Resource Centre opened in Afghanistan

    Drawing on its extensive experience with setting up and operating such Migrant Resource Centres (MRCs) in Pakistan, the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) was able to set up the first such centre in Afghanistan in a joint endeavour with the Afghan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriations (MoRR). Its fundamental goal is to provide clear and understandable information on possibilities for orderly migration, as well as rules and regulations, including relevant pre-departure information, to potential migrants. read more
  • Launch of new mobile app – the Tunisian Customs’ innovative approach to public communication  The "Smart Traveler" application, developed under the supervision of a working group of the General Directorate of Customs, in coordination with the ICMPD Bureau in Tunis, contains a large amount of information and practical recommendations involving the procedures and customs regulations that affect travelers or that they must follow, including for Tunisians from abroad, when they enter and stay in Tunisia, and whenever they leave the country. read more

    Launch of new mobile app – the Tunisian Customs’ innovative approach to public communication

    The "Smart Traveler" application, developed under the supervision of a working group of the General Directorate of Customs, in coordination with the ICMPD Bureau in Tunis, contains a large amount of information and practical recommendations involving the procedures and customs regulations that affect travelers or that they must follow, including for Tunisians from abroad, when they enter and stay in Tunisia, and whenever they leave the country. read more
  • ICMPD welcomes two new member states at the Southern Borders of the EU  With Malta and Turkey both joining ICMPD in May 2018 ICMPD is happy to welcome two new member states. ICMPD has now 17 member states all across Europe. read more

    ICMPD welcomes two new member states at the Southern Borders of the EU

    With Malta and Turkey both joining ICMPD in May 2018 ICMPD is happy to welcome two new member states. ICMPD has now 17 member states all across Europe. read more
  • ICMPD’s Annual Report presents "The era of migration - the next 25 years"  ICMPD celebrates 25 years since its foundation. On this occasion our directors Lukas Gehrke and Martijn Pluim wrote an article, first published in ICMPD’s annual report, where they connect the dots of the past with the present and the future of migration. read more

    ICMPD’s Annual Report presents "The era of migration - the next 25 years"

    ICMPD celebrates 25 years since its foundation. On this occasion our directors Lukas Gehrke and Martijn Pluim wrote an article, first published in ICMPD’s annual report, where they connect the dots of the past with the present and the future of migration. read more

News

Press Release: First Migrant Resource Centre opened in Afghanistan - Migrant Resource Centre being set up and run in Kabul by ICMPD and the Afghan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriations
Afghanistan is second only to Syria in the number of refugees originating from within its borders in recent years. Officially, about 2.5 million refugees have left Afghanistan in the almost four decades of this country being marked by hostilities and terror. The unofficial figure for the number of people who have fled exceeds six million. The...

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Project News: 9th phase of the BOMCA programme extended for 18 months
The 9th phase of the Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA 9) has been extended and will run until 14 December 2019. The decision was taken by the European Commission and supported by all five Central Asian States. The European Union allocated an additional amount of 1.6 million EUR for the extension period and all five Central...

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ICMPD Around the Globe: ICMPD's Director General receives Award by NIDO EUROPE
On 28 June, the Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation Europe (NIDO EUROPE)* awarded ICMPD’s Director General Michael Spindelegger for his outstanding achievements. The award was granted to him during the Nigeria Austria Business Forum on 28 June.

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Project News: Academics and government officials discuss the state of play of research on migration issues in Libya and the Mediterranean region
The Academia Conference on “Promoting Knowledge for Evidence-based and Sustainable Migration Governance in Libya - The Mediterranean Perspective” took place in Tunis from 25 to 27 June 2018. This event was co-organised by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), the EU Delegation to Libya and the Libyan Government of...

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