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   February 2019

Dear Reader,

We’ve kicked off this year with our Migration Outlook 2019, but much more is yet to come. In our policy report “Bridging refugee protection and development”, ICMPD's experts provide recommendations on how to implement a development perspective into refugee response.
In addition, please find a policy brief on the Prague Process assessment of Ukraine’s first year since the introduction of the visa regime as well as information about our Director General’s mission to Ukraine and the signing of a Seat Agreement with Jordan and a wide range of project news. Ultimately, scroll all the way down for our latest explainogram to find out how many EU residents in the UK will be affected by BREXIT.

Happy Reading!
ICMPD Media Team

In the Spotlight: “Bridging refugee protection and development”

When it comes to responding to the needs of refugees in protracted situations and of the countries hosting them, major refugee-hosting countries face myriad challenges. ICMPD’s new report presents feasible policy options from stakeholders in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. 

Featured: ICMPD Migration Outlook 2019

What and where will be the key hotspots, events, trends and priorities for migration in and for Europe? In our outlook, ICMPD experts have compiled and analysed available data and provide a sober outlook on expected developments in 2019.


                                   _More news can be found in the ICMPD News Centre 


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