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CMR lecture 22 May by Martin Geiger (Lezing)

Datum
dinsdag 22 mei 2012Plaats in agenda
Tijd
vanaf 15:30
Locatie
6.01.01
Organisator
CMR
Spreker
Martin Geiger (IMIS)
Beschrijving

From Migration Governance to Migration Management.

International Organizations and the Regulation of Migration in the
Eastern European Neighborhood

Migration management is a shift from traditional, mostly unilateral
and purely state-driven forms of migration ‘government’, as well as
more multilateral-intergovernmental modes of migration ‘governance’ to
more technocratic, tool-based approaches to migration. These
approaches are founded on the principle that international migration
should be allowed and promoted as long as it is regulated as an
orderly, lawful, humane, safe and for all stakeholders (receiving and
sending countries plus migrants) ‘beneficial’ process. In recent
years, intergovernmental organizations, including the International
Organization for Migration(IOM) have become key players in the
elaboration and provision of national, regional and global instruments
to regulate cross-border movements of people. My presentation will
focus on the role of these organizations in managing migration in the
Eastern and Southeastern ‘Neighborhood’ of the European Union.

Contactpersoon
Karin Zwaan
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