Association of European Migration Institutions (AEMI)
1989, Ålborg (Denmark), as Association of Scandinavian Migration Institutions. Enlarged 1991, Bremerhaven (Germany) to an European organization, when current title was adopted. Statutes amended 1995, Liverpool (UK). Current statutes carried out 28 Sep 1996, Krakow-Przegorzaly (Poland).
Provide its members with an international forum through which they may advance the knowledge of European migration, including, but not limited to the initiation and pursuit of common research projects, arrangement of meetings, international symposia and multinational events and dissemination of knowledge supplied by members acting individually or in concern through all appropriate media.
Events28 past events available with paid subscription only.
General Assembly (annual). Executive Board, comprising Chairman, Secretary-Treasurer and a representative.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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