• Vienna Migration Conference 2017 welcomed 350 participants From 23–24 October, the Vienna Migration Conference took place for the second time. Based on the outcomes of last year’s Vienna Migration Conference, this year the main focus was “partnership” – one of the “three Ps”, partnerships, protection and prosperity, identified last year. The Director General introduced five partnership priorities, which were discussed by three panels.  read more

    Vienna Migration Conference 2017 welcomed 350 participants

    From 23–24 October, the Vienna Migration Conference took place for the second time. Based on the outcomes of last year’s Vienna Migration Conference, this year the main focus was “partnership” – one of the “three Ps”, partnerships, protection and prosperity, identified last year. The Director General introduced five partnership priorities, which were discussed by three panels. read more
  • Expert Voice Series: UN Global Compacts for Migration and for Refugees – Thematic Sessions & Discussions Both the Global Compact for Migration and the Global Compact on Refugees will be elaborated through a state-led process of intergovernmental negotiations. The process leading to the adoption of the Compacts is structured by a consultative phase, a stocktaking phase and intergovernmental negotiations. The consultative phase has kicked off and will be commented by our experts in an ongoing series of expert voices. read more

    Expert Voice Series: UN Global Compacts for Migration and for Refugees – Thematic Sessions & Discussions

    Both the Global Compact for Migration and the Global Compact on Refugees will be elaborated through a state-led process of intergovernmental negotiations. The process leading to the adoption of the Compacts is structured by a consultative phase, a stocktaking phase and intergovernmental negotiations. The consultative phase has kicked off and will be commented by our experts in an ongoing series of expert voices. read more
  • Recommendations for the Global Compact for Migration  The main overarching purpose of the Global Compact for Migration (GCM) should be to improve global migration governance and support states in achieving this aim – putting forward concrete measures to improve the safety of migrants, ensure their human rights are respected, and promote regular migration channels, while discouraging irregular ones.Read here our recommendations.read more

    Recommendations for the Global Compact for Migration

    The main overarching purpose of the Global Compact for Migration (GCM) should be to improve global migration governance and support states in achieving this aim – putting forward concrete measures to improve the safety of migrants, ensure their human rights are respected, and promote regular migration channels, while discouraging irregular ones.Read here our recommendations.read more

News

Project News: ICMPD Supports Turkey on development of a Legal Migration Strategy
ICMPD’s UK funded DGMM III project, which focuses on strengthening the strategic and operational capacity of the Directorate General of Migration Management of Turkey (DGMM) held an expert workshop on Residence Permits and Procedures on 23-24 November 2017, in Antalya.

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ICMPD around the Globe: Contribution to the SHADE MED Forum 2-2017
Upon the invitation of EUNAVFOR MED Op. SOPHIA, ICMPD DG Michael Spindelegger delivered a keynote speech at the fifth Shared Awareness and De-confliction in the Mediterranean (SHADE MED) Forum, which took place in Rome on 23-24 November 2017.

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Project News: Launching of the main phase of ‘MIMAK’
ICMPD, in close cooperation with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Swiss Cooperation Office in Kosovo*, launched the main phase of the project ‘Strengthening Migration Management Authorities in Kosovo (MIMAK)’ on the 8th November 2017.

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Project News: ADEPT first General Assembly in Brussels
Wednesday 8th November 2017 saw the first annual General Assembly of the independent Africa-Europe Diaspora Development Platform (ADEPT) in Brussels. The assembly was attended by over 30 organisations active in African diaspora and development activities across Europe, representing ADEPT’s membership.

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