International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC)
Commission internationale catholique pour les migrations (CICM)
Comisión Católica Internacional de Migración
Commissione Cattolica Internazionale per le Migrazioni
Founded 1951, in the wake of the human displacement caused by the Second World War. Statutes approved by the Holy See. Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.
Serve and protect uprooted people - refugees, internally displaced persons and migrants - regardless of faith, ethnicity or nationality; respond to the challenges of people on the move and their communities; implement and advocate rights-based policies and durable solutions through membership, and alongside government and non-governmental partners.
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Council, comprising 18 nominees of Catholic Bishops' Conferences and equivalent bodies working specifically with migration and refugee issues. Council elected President who convenes and chairs both Council and Governing Committee meetings. Governing Committee, comprising members selected by regionally based voting. Secretary-General, appointed by Governing Committee. Secretariat located in Geneva (Switzerland). Affiliated offices: E-XE2443 - International Catholic Migration Commission - Europe (ICMC - Europe), Brussels (Belgium); US Liaison Office, Washington DC (USA); Development Office, Boston MA (USA).
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