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ICMPD around the Globe: Contribution to the SHADE MED Forum 2-2017

11/24/2017. Michael Spindelegger delivered a keynote speech at the fifth Shared Awareness and De-confliction in the Mediterranean Forum.

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World Migration Report 2018

December 2017. This World Migration Report 2018 is meant to better contribute to increase the understanding of current and strategic migration issues throughout the world

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3rd meeting of the Central Mediterranean Contact Group

13/11/2017. The Central Mediterranean Contact Group facilitates the exchange of information among European and African countries affected by migration via the Central Mediterranean route.

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UN examine human mobility in an era of climate change

11/08/2017. The number of disaster displacements amounted to 25.3 million, according to figures released by the Norwegian Refugee Council.

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Refugees pay price when governments ignore asylum rules

10/05/2017. Some politicians cast aside humanity in favour of short-term political gains.

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UNHCR welcomes commitments made at the Paris meeting

08/28/2017. Statement by Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees on the Paris meeting

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Libya's migration crisis is about more than just security

09/11/2017. There’s no shortage of news on Libya’s migration crisis, but there is a serious dearth of policy solutions.

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Global Views on Immigration and the Refugee Crisis

09/15/2017. Three in four (75%) in 25 countries around the world believe that immigration has increased in their country over the last five years, according to new data from the Ipsos Global @dvisor survey.

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Why We Need a Global Business Council for Refugees

06/28/2017. As the largest wave of human displacement since World War II continues to unfold, an all-hands-on-deck response is required and must be scaled up.

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Forced displacement worldwide at its highest

06/19/2017. The UN Refugee Agency's annual Global Trends study found that 65.6 million people were forcibly displaced worldwide at the end of 2016.

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