International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)
Centre international pour le développement des politiques migratoires
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Established following an initiative by the governments of Austria and Switzerland. The Centre enjoys full diplomatic status with privileges and immunities in accordance with the Headquarters Agreement signed in 1999 with the government of Austria, and the Agreement entered into force in 2000. Headquarters agreement signed with Belgium, 2008.
Strive for comprehensive, sustainable and future-oriented migration governance based on solid evidence and in partnership with all relevant stakeholders at national, regional and international levels.
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Policy Steering Group; Operational programmes: General Affairs and Research; Financial Resources. Headquarters in Vienna (Austria); mission in Brussels (Belgium) since May 2007. Local representatives in: Albania; Bosnia-Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Georgia; Lebanon and the Middle East; North Macedonia; Moldova; Montenegro; Serbia; Tunisia and Maghreb region. Field project offices in: Ankara (Turkey); Beirut (Lebanon); Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan); Brasilia (Brazil); Chisinau (Moldova); Kiev (Ukraine); Pristina (Kosovo); San Salvador (El Salvador); Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina); Skopje (North Macedonia); Tbilisi (Georgia); Tunis (Tunisia).
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