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U.S. Bishops Urge Administration to Favor Humane Asylum Policies at the U.S.-Mexico Border

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) once again raised serious concerns about the ongoing use of Title 42,...
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ICMC Joins International Discussions To Fight Wage Theft

ICMC President Ms. Christine Nathan participates in regional expert discussions on action to fight wage theft and uphold the rights...
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Statement of civil society organizations attending the International Labour Conference

December 1, 2022

ICMC joins civil society organizations that attended the International Labour Conference to highlight common global objectives and call for for an expanded civil society role in future ILC meetings.

More than Seven Million Lives at Stake in Ethiopia's War

More than Seven Million Lives at Stake in Ethiopia’s War

Catholic Bishop in northern Ethiopia calls for an end to ‘genocidal war and siege’ that has raged for nearly two...
ICMC Co-Organizes Workshop on the Long-Term Expansion of Community Sponsorship for Refugees

ICMC Co-Organizes Workshop on the Long-Term Expansion of Community Sponsorship for Refugees

On 26-27 September, ICMC and the Canadian Embassy to the Holy See co-organized a hybrid workshop on the community sponsorship of...
Exchanging Expertise to Ensure Strong and Sustainable Community Sponsorship for Refugees

Exchanging Expertise to Ensure Strong and Sustainable Community Sponsorship for Refugees

ICMC and the Canadian Embassy to the Holy See co-organize a hybrid workshop on ensuring the long-term viability and expansion...
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Shaping Migration in a Humane Manner

The German Bishops’ Conference, ICMC’s national member, and the Council of the Protestant Church in Germany release the English-language version...
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Need to move beyond basic relief in Ukraine, ICMC says

July 26, 2022

In a European Parliament session on the humanitarian response in Ukraine, ICMC says there is a need to tend to hearts and minds for the people suffering from the war, beyond food and shelter.

USCCB welcomes the end of so-called ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

Source: US Conference of Catholic Bishops

The US Supreme Court on June 30th ruled that the US Secretary of Homeland Security has the authority to terminate the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), which forces some migrants to remain outside the US until their asylum cases can be heard. The decision paves the way for the MPP to be formally ended.

Statement

NGOs Urge EU States to Renew Commitment to Refugee Protection

June 23, 2022

ICMC Europe and six other NGOs call on EU Member States to show renewed leadership on resettling refugees. While welcoming support given to those displaced by war in Ukraine, the NGOs stress the urgency to meet other global protection needs by expanding resettlement and complementary pathways.

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ICMC Calls for Access To Decent Work for Refugees and Migrants at the International Labour Conference

In a statement delivered at the 110th session of the International Labour Conference in Geneva, ICMC called for more sustainable...
“We Must Ensure Governments Remain True to Their Commitments Under the Global Compact for Migration”

“We Must Ensure Governments Remain True to Their Commitments Under the Global Compact for Migration”

ICMC Director of Policy Stéphane Jaquemet reflects on the first International Migration Review Forum, held in New York on 17-20...
Statement

The Centrality of Work for Sustainability

June 16, 2022

At the 110th session of the International Labour Conference, ICMC calls for sustainable and equitable work, increased humanitarian assistance, and renewed multilateralism. A human-centred approach to work is essential to create a socially and environmentally sustainable economy.

ICMC Joins Expert Panel on Global Migration Governance at the International Migration Review Forum

ICMC Joins Expert Panel on Global Migration Governance at the International Migration Review Forum

ICMC Director of Policy Stéphane Jaquemet participated in an official IMRF side event on the contribution of Regional Consultative Processes...
Statement

Faith-Based Organizations’ Statement before IMRF

May 16, 2022

Representing faith-based organizations at a multistakeholder meeting ahead of the International Migration Review Forum, ICMC Director of Policy Stéphane Jaquemet deplored States’ efforts to build walls rather than affirm migrants’ dignity.

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