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The 5th African Union-EU Summit has failed to identify a strategy for a systematic management of migratory flows

According to the Italian Centre for International Development (ICID), the 5th African Union-EU Summit has failed to identify a strategy for a systematic management of migratory flows

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The impact of migration on Europe (video)

On Friday, October 13, at 3:00 pm EST, ICID’s director of research Furio Rosati attended a public panel discussion on the impact of migration on Europe, hosted by the Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS) in collaboration with the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS). Read here a recap of the panel or watch it all.

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The impact of migration on Europe - ICID joins the Center for Strategic International Studies to talk about a sustainable approach to migration

On Friday, October 13, ICID's director, Furio Rosati will join the Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS) and the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS) in a public panel about the impact of migration on Europe. The event takes place at CSIS headquarters in Washington DC,  during the week of the IMF - World Bank Annual Meetings.

 

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"Moving upstream the “relevant” migration frontier. Strategic priorities to turn the migration challenge into a development opportunity"

Laura Frigenti* and Furio C. Rosati**

Migration is one of the most pressing issues on the international political agenda. Despite its current immediate emergency, however, migration is the result of long-term factors and very likely to last for many decades ahead. This calls for a new and more integrated approach to international migration, deeply rooted in sound empirical evidence of the complex dynamics driving people global mobility and emphasizing the key role of countries of origin as the centre of gravity of current and future migration policies and interventions to turn the migration challenge into a development opportunity for both origin and destination economies.

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The 5th African Union-EU Summit has failed to identify a strategy for a systematic management of migratory flows

According to the Italian Centre for International Development (ICID), the 5th African Union-EU Summit has failed to identify a strategy for a systematic management of migratory flows

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"Towards sustainable migration. Interventions in countries of origin". If proactively and effectively managed, the migration challenge can be transformed into an opportunity both for Europe and for origin countries.