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Team the Unit B.3 posted Information 22 June 2012

The UN defines a migrant as an individual who has resided in a foreign country for more than one year irrespective of the causes, voluntary or involuntary, and the means, regular or irregular, used to migrate. However, there is no universally accepted definition of migration.

Julien Frey posted Information 7 January 2011

Here you can find the main documents guiding EU external action in the field of Migration and Asylum for further referece

Julien Frey posted Information 7 January 2011

We have been organising several roundtables with representatives from EU institutions, Eu Member States, Thrird Countries, Academcis and NGO's. Although those documents are not to be considered as EU policy documents, they can represent food for thought.

Ummuhan Bardak posted Information 18 October 2013

"Migration and skills in Armenia, Georgia and Morocco: Comparing the survey results" is the last comparative analysis of the ETF survey results in the three countries.

Team the Unit B.3 posted Information 22 June 2012

The ‘Arab Spring’ of 2011 was accompanied by significant migration movements and a drastically changed context for regional migration governance. Since the beginning of 2011, the following flows have been observed:

Jo De Backer posted Information 27 October 2015

Finance Ministers of the Vulnerable Twenty (V20), representing close to 700 million people threatened by climate change and spanning world regions, held their inaugural meeting on 8 October 2015 in Lima, Peru.

Vincent Chasteloux posted Information 14 August 2013

Cette étude vise à cerner les atouts et les contraintes de la protection sociale des migrants sénégalais en Gambie et en Côte d’Ivoire au travers d’une analyse des cadres institutionnel, législatif et réglementaire notamment en matière d’entrée, de séjour et de travail des migrants.

Jo De Backer posted Information 22 July 2015

Papua New Guinea - The consequences of climate change are becoming increasingly evident in the Pacific Region and especially in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Migration caused by changes in the environment is prevalent, but often overlooked.

Margherita Sofia Zambelli posted Information 24 April 2017

The Global Campus of Human Rights continues the development of its Open Learning Series with a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on