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EUROMED Migration V

17.03.2022

EUROMED Migration V (2020-2023) is a programme funded by the European Union and implemented by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) with a  budget of €5 million. It supports EU Member States and the European Neighbourhood Instrument Southern Partner Countries (ENI SPCs) in establishing a comprehensive, constructive and operational dialogue and co-operation framework on migration, with a particular focus on reinforcing instruments and capacities to develop and implement evidence-based migration policies.

This programme aims to foster right-based migration governance systems by consolidating and expanding cooperation between European Neighbourhoods Instrumental South Partner Countries (ENI SPC) and European Union Member States (EU MS) as well as among ENI SPCs themselves. It sets out to do so through three distinct complementary components, aligned and integrated to enhance and reinforce one another, namely dialogue knowledge and Communications.

Together, these three components contribute to reinforcing the coherence, operational scope, and resilience of cooperation on migration in the Euro-Mediterranean region as well as to enlarge the common base of national government systems. As a result, through exchange and enhanced coordination, the potential for conflict and /or inconsistent policy-making will be significantly reduced. Importantly the capacity of ENI SPCs and EU MS to manage and address migration challenges, and the intersectionality between the roles as places of origin, transit, and destination of migration will be enhanced this will bring about the capacity to reap the benefits and social outcomes of people’s mobility throughout the region.

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Key Resources Description

The study titled “What policy communication works for migration? Using values to depolarize” provides a summary of key recommendations from existing best-practice guides for migration communication and policymakers. The aim of the study is to understand what values-based policy communication is and how they can communicate policies that are concordant with the values of their audiences in order to elicit sympathy.

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  • Author: Dr. James Dennison
  • Year: 2019

Features:

  • Language(s): English
  • Number Of Pages: 28
  • Type Of Document: Publication

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