Project News: Comprehensive Migration Policy for Afghanistan presented in Kabul, Afghanistan

Following a MoU signed between ICMPD and Afghanistan’s Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation (MoRR) in July 2017, a Comprehensive Migration Policy (CMP) for Afghanistan was developed during a two-year process. On 24 June, the...> more

Project News: ICMPD expert panel at the 2019 European Development Days

The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) organised an expert panel to discuss inequalities in the context of migration during the 13th edition of the European Development Days in Brussels on 18 June 2019.> more

Expert Voice: In search for a vision of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS)

In October 2019, the first multiannual framework kicking off the development of the Common European Asylum System, the Tampere Programme, celebrates its 20th anniversary. Since then, three further multiannual programmes followed:...> more

Project News: How does youth work contribute to integration? Regional meetings in three federal provinces, Austria

Between 18 and 27 June, ICMPD is co-organising three regional meetings in different Austrian federal provinces. The meetings focus on the intersections of integration and youth work and bring together stakeholders from both...> more

Project News: “Strengthening Migration Dialogues between the EU and Africa” panel moderated by Ralph Genetzke

On June 6th, Mr. Ralph Genetzke, ICMPD Director and Head of Mission in Brussels, moderated a panel on “Strengthening Migration Dialogues between the EU and Africa” during a seminar entitled “EU-Africa Cooperation: Looking...> more

Project News: “MIgration EU eXpertise” (MIEUX) publishes 2018 Annual Report

One of ICMPD’s flagship programmes, MIEUX, publishes its Annual Report for the year 2018, describing its main achievements in 26 countries and the special events held to celebrate ten years delivering capacity building on...> more

Project News: Combatting irregular migration and cross border crime through document fraud detection.

From 1-6 April 2019, sixty officers of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) were trained and certified on Document Fraud Detection at the basic level. This training and certification was conducted within the framework of the...> more

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