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Migration 4.0 - Digitalization & New Technologies
The world around us is becoming more and more digital. Migration is no exception. Migrants look for information online, governments explore new technologies to manage migration more efficiently and experts delve into new data sources to understand migration processes and the future of migration. Digitalization provides new opportunities but also raises new questions about data protection, privacy and ethics. Digitalization is transforming the field of migration at a dizzying speed. This discussion forum keeps track of recent developments, events, projects and key resources on the digitalization of migration, new data sources and innovative methods. More importantly, it aims at creating a community of practice, providing a space for exchange.
Initiated by the German Ministry of Interior’s work programme ‘#migration4.0’ as part of the German EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2020, this discussion space is hosted by the Connection Hub of the UN Network on Migration as one of its new communities of practice. The Connection Hub will enable the discussion to be sustained beyond the German EU Council Presidency and ensure that all stakeholders globally can participate.
Now, welcome and enjoy. We look forward to your inputs, questions and comments!
Please note that the views and opinions shared through this platform do not necessarily reflect those of the UN Network on Migration, its Secretariat, or its constituent parts, nor of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany.
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