The 4th European Migration Forum – the dialogue platform on migration, asylum and migrant integration – took place on 6 March and was organized around the theme “Towards a more inclusive labour market for migrants: Seizing the potential by addressing the challenges”.
The EMF is a platform for dialogue between civil society and the European institutions, on issues relating to migration, asylum and the integration of third-country nationals. It brings together, at least once a year, representatives of civil society organisations, local and regional authorities, Member States and EU institutions.
The aim of the EMF is to enhance coordination and cooperation between key players involved in the multilevel European governance of migration. The EMF aims at providing more information on the latest policy developments but also to gather information on how European policies are implemented at regional, local and grass-root levels; it should help improve the understanding of the main challenges that civil society organisations and social partners face in the field and identify ways to better support them in their efforts to address migrants’ needs.
We are pleased to announce that during last week’s forum, UNITEE’s President Adem Kumcu was elected as the new European member of the European Migration Forum Bureau.
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