European Committee on Migration (CDMG)
Comité européen sur les migrations
1979, by the D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE), as Special Representatives Advisory Committee -- Comité des conseillers du représentant spécial (CAHRS), subsequently Steering Committee on Intra-European Migration -- Comité directeur sur les migrations intra-européennes. Also referred to by acronym as CDMG. Was responsible directly to E-XE8838 - Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. As of Jan 2011, ceased to exist.
Develop European cooperation on migration, on the situation and social integration of populations of migrant origin and refugees and on community relations, especially on the situation of Rome/gypsies; prepare Conferences of European Ministers responsible for Migration Affairs and ensure follow-up to them; cooperate with other steering committees or ad hoc committees on matters of common interest in the implementation of projects involving several fields of activity.
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Committee comprises a senior official responsible for migration and integration policy from each Council of Europe member state.
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