Project News: MC2CM launched the second phase of the project in Vienna, Austria

From 17-18 October, the Mediterranean City-to-City Migration Project (MC2CM) launched its 2nd project phase. The event served as setting the grounds for the second phase, identifying thematic priorities and establishing the...> more

Project News: FReM II Closing Conference hosted by BAMF in Nuremberg

On 23rd October 2018 the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) hosted the Closing Conference of the Forced-Return Monitoring (FReM II) project in Nuremberg, Germany. The conference was co-organised by the...> more

Project News: EUBAM Libya and ICMPD sign Memorandum of Understanding

A strategic Partnership Memorandum of Understanding between the European Union Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM) and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) was signed to promote a long-term...> more

Press Release: Vienna Migration Conference 2018 – seeking viable options for future migration governance

In its third year, the "Vienna Migration Conference 2018" organised by the International Center for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) is dedicated to an ambitious goal: overcoming the crisis mode of today and working towards...> more

ICMPD Around the Globe: ICMPD Director General, Michael Spindelegger, participates in panel discussion at #rethinkeurope

On 12th October, Mr. Spindelegger, was invited to participate as a panel member at the #rethinkeurope conference in Passau, Germany. The conference focused on European and global development, with input from those representing...> more

Vienna Migration Conference 2018

The 3rd Vienna Migration Conference will take place on the 18th-19th October at the Aula of Sciences in Vienna. The title of this year’s conference is “From Crisis Management to Future Governance”. > more

Project News: REMINDER research results show that cross-border mobility has transformed the Austrian-Slovak and Austrian-Hungarian border regions

Along the borders between the “old“ and the ”new” EU, where sizable differences in income and economic development persists, cross-border commuting and other forms of economically based cross-border relations have become...> more

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