International Catholic Migration Commission - Europe (ICMC - Europe)
Commission Internationale Catholique pour les Migrations - Europe (CICM - Europe)
1994-06 Brussels Belgium
Statutes adopted, June 1994. A separate legal identity acting as the European office of B-XB1457 - International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC).
Act as European liaison office of ICMC; coordinate advocacy actions, cooperation and humanitarian assistance programmes in third countries; follow EU policy-making in asylum and migration and advocate for human rights of all migrants regardless of their status; implement networking, capacity-building and multi-stakeholder collaboration programmes, particularly in areas of refugee resettlement, mixed migration, integration, human trafficking, and migration and development.
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EU policy and programme office, situated in Brussels (Belgium), representing ICMC at European level.
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