• 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
  • Budapest Process - 25 years of intergovernmental dialogue  On 19-20 November 2018, the Budapest Process held its 3rd Preparatory Meeting ahead of the 6th Ministerial Conference, at Senior Officials’ level. This meeting was an opportunity to also commemorate 25 years of dialogue and partnership. read more

    Budapest Process - 25 years of intergovernmental dialogue

    On 19-20 November 2018, the Budapest Process held its 3rd Preparatory Meeting ahead of the 6th Ministerial Conference, at Senior Officials’ level. This meeting was an opportunity to also commemorate 25 years of dialogue and partnership. read more

ICMPD Events

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28 Aug– 7 Sep
Multiple locations in Lebanon : ICMPD
Dog Handling Search Training
5 Sep– 7 Sep
Tblisi, Georgia : ICMPD/MICIC
Consular Crisis Management Training for Diplomatic Academies
11 Sep
Tripoli, Libya: ICMPD/Libya rights-based migration
Conference presenting the findings of the first phase of the institutional and legal assessment

News

Project News:Combatting migrant smuggling through cross-border cooperation
Migrant smuggling remains one of the most profitable and widespread criminal activities for organised criminal networks worldwide. The migrant smuggling business is a large, lucrative and sophisticated criminal market, with document fraud being one of the main activities of the groups. To tackle the challenges ahead, cooperation frameworks...

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Project News: JEMPAS & MICIC conduct Joint Training on Expatriate Engagement and Consular Crisis Management
From 11-14th February 2019, the EU-funded JEMPAS and MICIC projects was facilitating a joint training taking place at the Dead Sea, Jordan. The theme of the training was “Expatriate Engagement and Consular Crisis Management”. It was conducted with 36 embassy- and consular staff of Jordanian Embassies abroad and organised in close collaboration...

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Project News: ICMPD launches “Forced Return Monitoring III” (FReM III) project with partner countries and organisations
On 12 February 2019 the Federal Ministry of the Interior of Austria hosted the 1st project steering group (PSG) meeting in the framework of the Forced-Return Monitoring III (FReM III) project. During this meeting the focal points from each partner country and organisation jointly launched the project and confirmed its objectives and foreseen...

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Expert Voice: Bridging refugee protection and development
In terms of global protracted displacement, it is major refugee-hosting countries within the region of conflict who shoulder the majority of the responsibility for responding to the needs of refugees. Such countries have development challenges of their own, and the international community should support them in maximising the potential...

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