Enhancing cooperation among the Prague Process states
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The new July-September  issue of the Prague Process Quarterly Review is now availiable for download in English and Russian. This issue features migration-related, high-level meetings organised under the Austrian EU Presidency and within the CIS. It also takes a closer look at the Summer School organised in Azerbaijan back in July and brings an expert opinion on this topic. An article on the second edition of the Migration Media Award highlights the role of the media in shaping the public discourse on migration. Following an interview with the first intern of the Prague Process Migration Observatory, the Review presents some latest migration policy developments from the Prague Process region.

To see all issues please go to the section "Quarterly Review" under News & Events.

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October 2018 News from the Prague Process Region

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On 8 November, the Prague Process supported the Republic of Moldova in organising a seminar aimed at discussing and validating the Extended Migration Profile (EMP) for 2015-2017. The meeting took place in Chisinau and gathered all actors involved in the drafting of the Statistical Compendium of the EMP and members of the designated inter-agency technical working group. The participants discussed the current data and how the EMP could best contribute to using the evidence available for improving national policies. The EMP elaboration process is guided by the  Bureau for Migration and Asylum under the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The aim is to present a comprehensive overview on recent and ongoing migration trends, assessing the various effects and arising risks of migration in order to issue policy recommendations and thereby enhance the identification of effective policy responses.

 

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The Workshop on Gathering, Analysis and Sharing of Migration Data, held in Skopje on 2-3 October 2018, gathered approximately 80 participants representing 23 countries, as well as international stakeholders such as IOM, UNHCR, EASO, World Bank, Frontex, Eurostat, ICMPD and others.

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September 2018 News from the Prague Process Region

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July / August 2018 News from the Prague Process Region

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The new issue of the Prague Process Quarterly Review, covering the period from April till June 2018, is now ready for download. This issue features the first activities organised in the framework of the Prague Process Migration Observatory and Training Academy, developments on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, priorities of the Austrian Presidency of the EU Council, as well as important policy developments in Uzbekistan in the employment sphere. The new issue of the Quarterly Review is available for download in English and in Russian. To see all issues please go to the section "Quarterly Review" under News & Events.

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The Research Coordination Meeting held on 28-29 June in Vienna brought nine experts from non-EU participating states of the Prague Process together with the members of the Prague Process Secretariat. The meeting provided a first opportunity to introduce the Migration Observatory (MO) concept to the experts present and get their feedback on this initiative. Secondly, the selected experts were invited to present their intended research as per their previous agreement with the Secretariat while also providing feedback on the research outlines of their peers.

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June News from the Prague Process region

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On 5-7 June, the “Advanced Training for High-Quality Asylum Procedures” gathered over 40 state representatives working in the asylum field in Rome. The three trainers – Anna Bengtsson (Swedish Migration Agency), Judith Gleeson (Upper Tribunal Judge, Immigration and Asylum Chambers, United Kingdom) and Gabor Gyulai (Hungarian Helsinki Committee) - had previously engaged in the asylum trainings organised within the Prague Process. They also majorly contributed to the development of the Guidelines “Quality in Asylum Decision-Making - Using Jurisprudence and Multidisciplinary Knowledge for Training Purposes”, which served as a basis for this training.

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