Rapport du forum – L’employabilité des jeunes au Liban : le rôle de la formation professionnelle et de l’entrepreneuriat
Seminar conclusions – Youth employability and the role of VET and entrepreneurship in Lebanon
[Webinar] National Policies for an International Challenge: Improving Refugee Integration Policies
Jul 16, 2015 / Highlight
As record numbers of refugees attempt dangerous Mediterranean crossings to escape instability and poverty in parts of Northern Africa and the Middle East, countries in Europe and North America have struggled to craft helpful policy responses –from the role of nations within a global protection system to the mechanics of asylum seeker processing...
International Portability of Social Benefits for Migrants
Jun 23, 2015 / Highlight
June 15, 2015 – Marseille, France
The International Labor Mobility Program team organized a discussion group on “International Portability of Social Benefits for Migrants.” The objective of the meeting was to gather experts for a final consultation on the bilateral social security agreements (BSSAs) report before its formal...
Economic Transitions in the Mediterranean: Response to the European Union Consultation for Defining a New European Southern Neighbourhood Policy
Jun 18, 2015 / Highlight
The CMI has responded to the European Union consultation for the defining of a new European Southern Neighbourhood Policy.
At the initiative of intellectuals from the two sides of the Mediterranean who are convinced that there is a common destiny uniting the nations and peoples of this region, a working group met to reflect on the transitions...
Launch of a Joint Initiative on Urban Migrant Inclusion in Policy and Practice
Jun 09, 2015 / Highlight
May 8, 2015, Toronto, Canada
The CMI, the World Bank, Ryerson Global Diversity Exchange, and the Bertelsmann Foundation organized a launch of a joint initiative entitled “Opening Doors and Minds: Urban Migrant Inclusion in Policy and Practice.” The initiative will result in a publication tackling migration issues from policy...
Global Skill Partnerships: A proposal for technical training in a mobile world
Migration and Skills: The Experience of Migrant Workers from Albania, Egypt, Moldova, and Tunisia
Creating Valuable Skills - A New Framework for Migration as Development
Migration, Territories and Development: In Search of a New Model for Interactions
Apr 14, 2015 / Blog entry
[EPISODE 8] Extending the Concept of Communities for Shared Development to the Rest of the World
By Jacques OULD AOUDIA*
What are we going to discuss? International migration, diasporas, development, migrants’ territories of origin, host countries…and links that migrants forge each day involving all these elements. We will discuss these issues...
Dismantling Mediterranean Myths: Arab Youth and Migration
Apr 07, 2015 / Library
“Dismantling Mediterranean Myths” is the Center for Mediterranean Integration’s new blog series. Using facts and statistics, it confronts misconceptions about the region. By opening up barriers, the series hopes to reframe, refresh and advance the thinking on Mediterranean issues.
This issue focuses on the myth of Arab youth and migration...
Shaping the Future: A Long-Term Perspective of People and Job Mobility for the Middle East and North Africa
Report - Labor Migration from North Africa: Development Impact, Challenges and Policy Options
Briefing Note No. 2: Temporary Labor Migration Programs
A Knowledge Platform on Migration and Global Development: A Global Public Good, Otaviano Canuto, Dilip Ratha, Hans Timmer , World Bank
The potential for EU-MENA labor arbitrage The migration of MENA health workers Building effective behind the border systems Making Bilateral Labor Agreements work
Synergies between Migration and Development. Policies and programs: Moldova, Diana Hincu, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, Republic of Moldova
Migration, Development and Evaluation: Where We Stand Today and Why, Frank Laczko, Head Migration Research Division, IOM, Geneva
Making Bilateral Labor Agreements work
Experience de l’aneti en matiere de l’emploi a l’international, Mohamed Mani, Directeur, Analyse des données du marché de l’emploi, Tunisia - French only
Building effective behind the border systems
Agenda - Climate Change and Migration: Evidence from the Middle East and North Africa
Towards a National Policy on International Migration and Development for Jamaica, Toni-Shae Freckleton, Planning Institute of Jamaica
The Egyptian Migrants in Numbers, Wael Farrag, Egypt
Climate change and Migration: Evidence from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) - Minutes of the Meeting
Measuring Results for Effective Policymaking, Stefanie Brodmann, Yann Pouget, World Bank
Inventory of Impact Assessment of International Migration: Projects/Programmes Carried Out by GMG Agencies, Ann Pawliczko, United Nations Population Fund
Current Approaches to Migration Policy Evaluations, Laura Chappell, International Organization for Migration
Briefing Note No. 1 : Monitoring and Evaluation