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At the Geneva Centre, we echo the IOM’s words that migration is “not a problem to be solved, but a human reality to be managed”. We believe that through effective partnerships, the world community will be better able to aid migrants, and to ensure social inclusion.

During the events and debates hosted we aim to address the interplay between the causes and consequences of the forced and involuntary displacement of people on the move. Together with our partners and through joint endeavours, the Geneva Centre addresses the plight of refugees and migrants worldwide. To raise awareness regarding the complex situations pushing people to leave their countries and communities of origin, we bring to scrutiny the adverse impact of cross-border movement resulting from conflict-related insecurity, economical struggles, climate change and environmental degradation.

OUR EVENTS

2504, 2019

MIGRATION AND HUMAN SOLIDARITY

2019, April 25th|

The Geneva Centre organized a debate and book presentation entitled Migration and Human Solidarity to officially launch its latest publication on the causes and consequences of migration today, including refugees and internally displaced persons, entitled The Unprecedented Rise of People on the Move in the 21st Century. Panellists: • Monsignor Robert J. Vitillo, Secretary-General of the International Catholic Migration Commission.

1412, 2017

MIGRATION AND HUMAN SOLIDARITY

2017, December 14th|

The panel debate was organized on the challenges and opportunities related to the protracted migrant and refugee crisis affecting Europe and the MENA region. The debate entitled “Migration and human solidarity, a challenge and an opportunity for Europe and the MENA region” was held at the United Nations Office in Geneva.

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