Publications

ICMC regularly produces reports, advocacy materials, and other publications on a wide range of topics linked to migration. ICMC's publications focus on refugee resettlement, reception and integration of refugees, protection of migrants and refugees at sea, and child protection.

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Brussels, 18 April 2017 - Building on the input of civil society actors, the Migration and Development Civil Society Network (MADE) has now published a second edition of the Movement Report. The new Report is based on written input from 600 representatives of civil society active in migration and development around the world.

Geneva, 11 April 2017 - Researchers at the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) produced a compelling mapping of the response of several faith-based organizations to the plights of migrant and refugee children, especially those who are unaccompanied and separated.

Brussels, 15 October 2016 - The paper aims to reflect on the impact of citizenship policies on access to the benefits and responsibilities of a given country. It examines the advances and setbacks in the Americas and how each model benefits or takes away the human rights of the individuals.

The document was released for the first time during the Shadow Meeting organized by the CMS on September 20th in New York, following the UNGA High Level Summit on Refugees and Migrations. It was then distributed during the MADE Americas Regional Event.

Rome, 4 August 2016 - During an event held in Rome last week, the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) launched a comprehensive research report on institutional frameworks allowing for the protection of labor migrants from the Philippines. 

ICMC’s publication, entitled « Labor migration between security and vulnerability: a voyage into grey zones », provides a detailed overview of the institutional and legal structures – both at the national and the international levels – which grant protection from trafficking and exploitation to the numerous Filipinos who leave their homeland to seek employment overseas.

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