Understanding Global   
Development Challenges


Migration as a Driver of Economic Development. Cooperation Policies and Strategies between Origin and Destination Countries.

ICID, in collaboration with Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Università degli Studi di Milano, and Centro Studi Luca d'Agliano, organizes a one-day workshop on the links between migration and development, and the crucial role of policies and strategies linking origin and destination countries.

Migration flows are a ‘bridge’ across different societies and create tangible links between origin and destination countries. Active economic development policies can influence the deep-rooted causes of migration and expand the opportunities generated by international migrants in countries of destination. This calls for a long-term global vision of immigration along with an effective cooperation strategy with countries of origin.

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Programma workshop

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The Italian Center for International Development (ICID)

The Italian Center for International Development (ICID), hosted by CEIS University of Rome Tor Vergata, is an entity that involves Centers and Departments of four Italy based public universities:

The Centre’s mission is to promote a better understanding of development challenges in an increasingly globalized world, through an inter-disciplinary approach.

ICID’s design and composition provide it with a unique capacity for state-of-the-art research addressing the many interconnected development issues facing today’s globalized world.


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