All posts tagged in Migration & Integration

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Migration and Local Authorities

Face to Face: 01/11 - 12/11

Local solutions for large movements of refugees and migrants Course Introduction: The world is currently witnessing the highest levels of human displacement on record. […]

14 March 2020

A Local Governance Perspective to Migration

Earlier this month, The Hague Academy organised a new open training course on the topic of Migration and Local Governance. With record levels of […]

29 March 2019

Migration and Local Authorities

Face to Face: 24/02 - 06/03

Local solutions for large movements of refugees and migrants Course Introduction: The world is currently witnessing the highest levels of human displacement on record. […]

02 March 2019

Local Solutions for Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants

The world is currently witnessing the highest levels of human displacement on record. According to the latest figures of UNHCR, an estimated 68.5 million […]

26 November 2018

Local Elections Result in Two Belgian Mayors with Migrant Backgrounds

Pierre Kompany and Mohamed Ridouani will become the first mayors with migrant backgrounds to assume office in Belgium after receiving most votes following local […]

17 October 2018

Past Training: Migration and Local Governance

Face to Face: 04/03 - 08/03

Local solutions for large movements of refugees and migrants Course Introduction: The world is currently witnessing the highest levels of human displacement on record. […]

22 April 2018

A Mobile Approach to Support Refugees

One of our staff, Dayana al Alam, co-authored a publication on the experiences in Lebanon with a mobile approach to service delivery for refugee women and girls.

10 October 2016

Trained diaspora organisations design own advocacy action plans

Ten representatives from different diaspora organisations took part in a training on lobby and advocacy which was organised together with the African Diaspora Policy Centre. They learned about how to use power, how to design an advocacy strategy and worked on their own advocacy action plans.

13 September 2016

Lobby and advocacy strategies for diaspora organisations

This week ten people from different diaspora organisations learn how to design and implement a lobby and advocacy strategy. The participants orginally come from Sierra Leone, Ghana, Tanzania, Zambia, South-Sudan, Uganda and Ethiopia.

16 April 2015