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Past events

The Jornadas Migratorias represent a space of reflection and discussion of the Chilean civil society on the challenges brought by the redaction, configuration and presentation of a new Migration Bill in the country. This year’s content will be focused on the way the local governments and civil society organizations are organizing themselves to keep working for the protection of migrants rights while the right public policies are still absent.

The Colombo Process is a Regional Consultative Process on the management of overseas employment and contractual labour for countries of origins in Asia. The Fifth Ministerial Consultation will take place on 25 August 2016 and the Fourth Senior Officials' Meeting on 24 August 2016.

The goal of the WSF 2016 in Montréal, Canada is to gather tens of thousands of people from groups in civil society, organizations and social movements who want to build a sustainable and inclusive world, where every person and every people has its place and can make its voice heard.

ADEPT’s Fifth Diaspora Development Dialogue (DDD5) will take place in Nairobi, Kenya and will focus on: ‘Actions Needed to Reduce Remittance Costs in Africa’. DDD5 is organized in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kenya and the African Institute for Remittances (AIR).

The High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development will be held from 11 to 20 July in New York.

Register here to join us for a webinar on 11 July in preparation for the September UNGA Summit on Refugees and Migrants
 

The World Social Forum on Migrations (WSFM) was born as a key feature of the World Social Forum, and was first held in Porto Alegre in 2005. This year, São Paulo in Brazil will be hosting the forum from 7 to 10 July 2016 under the slogan “Migrants: building alternatives to disorder and the global capital crisis“.

On June 30th, 2016, 15.30 h GMT +1, MADE and its MADE Americas partner International Network on Migration and Development (INMD) will host a webinar to show how non-state actors could work together around the world to link the non-binding with the binding and the global to the local to oblige states to better protect migrants’ rights, sharing the experience of networks and the UN offices in Mexico. 

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