As part of the official programme of the 11th Global Forum on Migration and Development Summit, the Republic of Moldova and the joint EU-ICMPD MIgration EU eXpertise Initiative will co-host the side event “What role for capacity building in turning the Global Compact on Migration into action?” on Friday 07 December at the
As a pioneering global capacity building facility on migration set up in 2008, MIEUX can feed inspiration and know-how to the future global capacity building mechanism by drawing from its experience in managing close to 100 interventions, mobilising over 400 migration experts and cooperating with over 120 governments over the last ten years.
Taking the 23rd objective of the GCM as the starting point for this discussion, MIEUX’s side event will explore the key elements, success factors and challenges in establishing, delivering and monitoring capacity building facilities; analyse which the most suitable approaches to engage with partners in creating enabling environments; and overall, discuss the role of capacity building in relation to the implementation and review of the GCM.
The event will be moderated by
- The Rabat Process Migration Dialogue, represented by H.E.
Mr.Paul Robert Tiendrebeogo, Minister of African Integration and Burkinabé Abroad, Burkina Faso, Chair of Rabat Process
- The National Institute of Migration of Mexico
- The city of Rabat, represented by Souad Zaidi, Deputy Mayor for International Cooperation and Member of the Parliament, Morocco
The event is open exclusively to registered participants to the 11th Global Forum on Migration and Development Summit taking place in Marrakesh on 5-7 December 2018. ICMPD cannot organise registration for the Summit nor grant access to anyone that has not registered previously through the GFMD’s official registration procedure.
If you are attending the Global Forum on Migration and Development, join us on Friday 07 December at 08.30am to discuss the role of capacity building in turning the Global Compact on Migration into a sustainable mechanism to reinforce international cooperation and link migration with sustainable development.