Publications

PARIM Diaspora Mapping Report

Study

Published October 2021

Pakistan

Outward and upward mobility - How Afghan and Syrian refugees can use mobility to improve their prospects

Policy Brief

Published October 2021

Publication

Published October 2021

Publication
Publication

Leveraging migration information campaigns for state and migrant security

Policy Brief

Published September 2021

MC2CM DAYS: Local authorities improve migration governance 20-24 September 2021 in Brussels (EU quarter)

Speech

Published September 2021

Extract

On 20 September 2021, ICMPD Director General Michael Spindelegger opened the “High-Level Dialogue on Renewed partnerships and migration governance” 

Migration of Palestinian refugees from Lebanon Current trends and implications

Study

Published September 2021

Lebanon

Trend Assessment Long-Term Care Provision Current trends and the impact of Covid-19

Study

Published August 2021

Immigration narratives in the Euro-Mediterranean region: what people believe and why

Study

Published July 2021

#Migration Dialogues #Migration Narratives and Public Opinion

Extract

This report draws on recent scholarly advances to better specify what narratives are and to explain variation in their popularity before considering how their effects on immigration policy preferences varies. The study then considers the popularity of eight simple migration narratives — four positive, four negative — in eight countries across the Euro-Mediterranean region today using recent World Values Survey data. Finally, the extent to which belief in each of these narratives affects one’s preferred immigration policy is tested.

The EU Strategy on Voluntary Return and Reintegration: Summary and Analysis

Policy Brief

Published June 2021

Extract

Discussions on how to increase the number of returns (including voluntary ones), while conducting them in a humane way, and achieving sustainable reintegration are high on the agenda of  both Turkey and the European Union (EU). In April 2021, the European Commission took a step toward with the creation of a common EU return system, releasing its first Strategy on Voluntary Return and Reintegration. This Strategy aims to increase the number of voluntary returns, but also to improve EU Member States’ coordination on their respective Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) programmes and make reintegration in origin countries more sustainable. To achieve these objectives, the EU needs to secure cooperation with countries of origin and transit, such as Turkey. Voluntary return and reintegration may be one area where there are tangible opportunities for Turkey and EU/EU Member States to build on some converging goals.

Authors

Revisiting EU-Turkey Cooperation on migration: Roadmap for an enhanced partnership

Policy Brief

Published June 2021

Turkey

“Humanitarian Approach Towards Refugees and Migrants” Antalya Diplomacy Forum 2021

Speech

Published June 2021

Turkey

Extract

ICMPD's Director General Mr Michael Spindelegger gave a speech from 18-20 June 2021 at the Antalya Diplomacy Forum

Vienna Migration Conference Report 2020

Document

Published June 2021

Conference "Enhancing Cooperation with Business Diaspora in Austria, Switzerland and Germany"

Speech

Published June 2021

Serbia

Extract

On 16 June 2021, ICMPD Director General Michael Spindelegger opened the LinkUp Serbia conference

The Promise of an EU approach to Community Sponsorship

Policy Brief

Published June 2021

Belgium

Impact of Public Attitudes to migration on the political environment in the Euro-Mediterranean Region – First Chapter Europe

Study

Published June 2021

EU

Extract

The report forms part of the Phase III Euromed Migration Communications Study. This chapter considers how and why these dramatic changes in the importance of the issue, or salience of immigration, occurred in European politics. It combines findings from various scientific sources to produce a theoretical framework that explains how salience affects electoral outcomes, both in terms of turnout and results, and ultimately public policy via emotional activation, exposure to information and evaluation of politicians.

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