The 19th IMISCOE Annual Conference, entitled Migration and time: Temporalities of mobility, governance and resistance will be held in Oslo from 29 June – 1 July 2022.
The International Labour Organization (ILO), International Organization for Migration (IOM), and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) join forces to host a conference on 27-29 June 2022 showcasing new research findings on child labour, forced labour, and human trafficking.
Caritas Europa is organising this webinar to create a space for dialogue on the EU’s response to people fleeing the conflict in Ukraine and to reflect on inconsistent practices, and policy options for improving the reception of all refugees. More info here.
Join CERC Migration for an international workshop convened by Anna Triandafyllidou, Younes Ahouga and Richa Shivakoti (all CERC Migration) and Binod Khadria (Jawaharlal Nehru University and CERC Migration Scholar of Excellence, opens in new window.) Practitioners extolled the adoption of the Global
As climate- and weather-related disasters increase in frequency and intensity, peoples’ lives are negatively impacted by the destruction, trauma, and resource scarcity, and affecting peoples’ physical and mental health.
The UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration included for the first time the role of ethical advertising in confronting intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants.
This side-event to the International Migration Review Forum will be hosted by Talent Beyond Boundaries (TBB) and Fragomen on behalf of the core members of the Global Taskforce for Refugee Labour Mobility (GTF).
The Side event aims to solidify the importance and necessity of community-based work with the best practices of The Turkish Red Crescent.
LAUNCH OF THE CONTINENTAL DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME FOR AFRICA Meeting to present pillars of the Continental Diaspora Engagement Framework Programme developed by theAUC, IOM and UNDP Zoom Link: https://bit.ly/3L64NdP
This side event will highlight and discuss the role of children and youth in the implementation of the Global Compact for Migration, and the importance of consulting, collaborating, empowering and engaging them as change agents in ways that enhances their ability to participate in innovation and
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