UNHCR Syrian Refugee Portal Infographic: Jordan
Mediterranean Update: Migration Flows Europe- Arrivals and Fatalities
Libya Situation-Operational Update
Jordan Response Platform for the Syria Crisis 2016-2018
Migration EU eXpertise 2009-2015 : advancing Migration Cooperation with Partner Countries through Demand-Driven, Peer-to-Peer Expertise
2015 in review: how Europe reacted to the Refugee Crisis
Economic Development and Employment - Shaping Migration
Frontex Migratory Route Maps
Joint Manual on Principles, Procedures and Standards on Integration Policies
Regional Refugee and Migrant Response Plan for Europe
Managing the Refugee Crisis: Western Balkans Route Progress Report
Migration Initiatives 2015 - Middle East and North Africa
An Effective Asylum Responsibility-Sharing Mechanism
Managing the Refugee Crisis: Italy Progress Report
3RP Regional Guidance Kit for Planning 2016
Right to a Future-Joint Agency Briefing Paper
Heat, Light and Power for Refugees
Overview: 2016 Syria Humanitarian Response Plan & 2016-2017 Regional Refugee Resilience Plan
Targeting Vulnerabilities-The Impacts of the Syrian War and the Refugee Situation on Trafficking in Persons: A Study of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq
Strengthening the Global Response to Forced Displacement
Mar 15, 2016 / Blog entry
With the refugee crisis gaining the world’s attention since war broke out in Syria, many ideas have been raised to address forced displacement, both in the Middle East and in countries around the world. Displacement has emerged as a critical development challenge, one that affects not only the people displaced but also the communities hosting them...
Economic Transitions in the Mediterranean
TV Debate on Syrian Refugees Crisis
Oct 08, 2015 / Library
Special trilingual TV debate on the Syrian Refugee crisis, in Arabic, French and English.
Driss El Yazami, President of Moroccan Human Rights Council
Amna Guellali, Director of Human Rights Watch Tunisia
Ahmed Moawia, Coordinator of Greek Migrants Forum
Wafik Moustafa, Chairman, British Arab Network
Mediterranean Debates on Refugee Crisis - Main Points Discussed
Oct 01, 2015 / Library
This document compiles the main points discussed during the trilingual TV show on the Syrian Refugee crisis. The show was co-produced by France24, the Center for Mediterranean Integration and the MuCEM. It included three separate discussions, one in Arabic, one in English and one in French with four panelists each. It was recorded and broadcasted...
La Mediterranee en debats depuis le MuCEM a Marseille
[Mediterranean Debates TV Show] A Mediterranean Graveyard for Migrants?
TV Debate: A Mediterranean Graveyard for Migrants?
Sep 16, 2015 / Highlight
France 24, the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCEM) and the Center for Mediterranean Integration bring you a special Mediterranean debate from Marseille.
Every day, thousands risk their lives crossing the Mediterranean in an attempt to reach Europe. The news is full of the migrants' tragic stories; of makeshift crafts...
“Mediterranean Debates” TV Show on Migrations
Sep 01, 2015 / Highlight
The CMI is partnering with France 24 TV channel and the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations (MuCEM) for the co-production of new trilingual TV debate show series: “The Mediterranean Debates”.
The first edition will be dedicated to a key issue that is on everyone’s agenda: refugees and migration across the Mediterranean.
Improving Refugee Integration Policies: National Policies for an International Challenge
Aug 26, 2015 / Library
As record numbers of refugees attempt dangerous Mediterranean crossings to escape instability and poverty in parts of Northern Africa and the Middle East, countries in Europe and North America have struggled to craft helpful policy responses –from the role of nations within a global protection system to the mechanics of asylum seeker processing...
Disease, Cure, Prescription: Do We Need a Rethink on Migration of the Skilled?