EU Funding Programme

International Centre for Migration policy development

Migration

The ICMPD is a European organization that deals with the global phenomenon of migration. It has as its purpose the promotion of innovative, comprehensive and sustainable migration policies and to function as a service exchange mechanism for governments and organizations. ICMPD has vast experience in bridging the gap between theory and practice. According to that ICMPD provides policy makers and politicians with necessary groundwork to take decisions. Furthermore ICMPD is present on the ground, with its capacity building activities in various areas of migration management.

Their work is based on a three-pillar approach – Policy & Research, Migration Dialogues and Capacity Building. Through these three pillars, ICMPD is able to support its Member States and partners in a variety of areas related to migration. Each research and capacity building activity as well as each migration dialogue focuses on one or more of the seven thematic areas listed below:

  • Border management and security
  • Irregular migration and return
  • Trafficking of Human Beings (THB) and related forms of exploitation
  • Asylum and international protection
  • Legal/ labour migration/ immigration
  • Social cohesion
  • Migration and development
  • legend
  • NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS
  • FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS
  • INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
  • NATIONAL PUBLIC BODIES
  • LOCAL PUBLIC BODIES
  • VARIOUS
  • EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
  • SOCIAL PARTNER
  • NATURAL PERSON/S
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            [post_content] => MPs offer a framework for an enhanced and tailor-made policy dialogue and operational cooperation with third countries in a wide range of fields related to migration and mobility. So far, MPs have been concluded with nine countries: Moldova, Cape Verde, Georgia, Armenia, Morocco, Azerbaijan, Tunisia, Jordan and Belarus.

CAMMs are an alternative framework for bilateral dialogue and cooperation, notably in cases where one side or the other is not ready to enter into the full set of obligations and commitments implied by a MP. So far, three CAMMs have been signed with Nigeria, Ethiopia and India.

The overall objective of the call is to identify and award actions that will further promote and support the preparation and implementation of MPs and CAMMs through targeted, flexible and tailor-made assistance provided to partner countries
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Deadline December 3, 2020

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