THE BLOG OF THE FIIAPP .Spanish cooperation
07 October 2013
How can we recognise the skills and training of immigrants in favour of the development of origin and destination countries? Since remittances are such an important capital flow, why aren’t systems proposed to provide incentives for people who want to invest their savings in the countries of origin?
The answers to these questions will be discussed during the Dialogue on Migration and Development in New York. It’s time to move towards a system that promotes people’s mobility while respecting their rights. How? Defining the “rules of the game” for migratory flows ...
02 October 2013
This is an opportunity to definitively incorporate migratory issues in the Post-2015 Development Agenda.
The High-Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development is an important milestone in the follow-up to the Río+20 Conference on Sustainable Development and the debates regarding the post-2015 development agenda. The first High-Level Dialogue on International Migration and...
30 September 2013
"My hat goes off to most of the experts I’ve worked with, for their ethics and hard work."
In October, the FIIAPP will have a new director. I would like to wish good luck to him and all the people I have worked with during my time at the Foundation. When you change jobs, the best thing to do is to try to learn about your new responsibilities quickly and efficiently. But when you also cha...
29 September 2013
The FIIAPP and the ICMPD organized an important meeting onSeptember 11th and 12th in Dakar, as part of the project “Supporting the third phase of the Rabat Process: the Dakar Strategy,” financed by the European Union.
High-level civil servants, key actors and experts shared their experiences and presented best practices for “strengthening political decision-making based on proven migratory data.” This topic, which is extremely important at this time, is directly relat...