Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD)
Forum mondial sur la migration et le développement
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Set up as an informal, non-binding, voluntary and government-led process, at the initiative of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN) Member States, to address migration and development interconnections in practical and action-oriented ways.
Foster practice and policy-oriented dialogue; build trust and partnerships among states; promote sharing of knowledge and good practices; reach out to the broader international community in identifying joint, coherent and cooperative responses to current and future challenges in the field of migration and development.
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No formal structure. Chair-in-Office, assisted by: Chair's Taskforce, comprised of national and, if required by the annual Chair, some international experts; GFMD Support Unit (SU), based in Geneva (Switzerland); Country Focal Points; Troika, comprising current, past, and future Chairs; Steering Group (SG), comprising 37 governments; Friends of the Forum (FOF), comprised of all GFMD States Members. Except for Support Unit, supporting framework changes with the annual rotation of the Chairmanship.
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