The past decades have witnessed an expansion of inter-governmental and other initiatives to develop joint approaches to migration. IOM’s International Dialogue on Migration (IDM) has held a pioneering role in bringing together all migration stakeholders, at a global level, for free and open discussions on the opportunities and challenges which migration presents.
The IDM is IOM’s principal forum for migration policy dialogue. Founded in 2001 and rooted in IOM’s Constitution and Strategy, the IDM is open to IOM Member and Observer States, as well as international and non-governmental organizations, migrants, and partners from media, academia or the private sector. The IDM provides a space to analyse current and emerging issues in migration governance and to exchange experiences, policy approaches and effective practices.
Every year, the IDM is guided by an overarching theme selected by the IOM membership through a process of informal consultations. The annual theme is elaborated during workshops bringing together migration policymakers and practitioners from around the world.
OVERLAPPING GLOBAL CRISES: THE IMPACTS OF FOOD INSECURITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE ON MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT
The General Assembly, in the Resolution A/RES/73/195 on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, paragraph 52, invites the IDM “to contribute to the International Migration Review Forum by providing relevant data, evidence, best practices, innovative approaches and recommendations as they relate to the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.”
Three months ahead of the first International Migration Review Forum, and building on past IDMs, IOM will dedicate the first International Dialogue on Migration (IDM) session in 2022 to a discussion on a few specific GCM objectives and their implementation, to identify successes, challenges, best practices, and to address gaps. The session aims at seeking to support IOM member states, stakeholders and partners to discuss concretely how the GCM supports positive change toward better migration governance on global, regional, .national and local levels
HAMI AT THE FIELD OF DIALOGUE ON MIGRATION
due to the international strategies for immigration HAMI association despite of the difficult economical problems tries to take its role in migration implementation for Afghan society in Iran.
in this regard we face Successes, Challenges and Innovative Approaches we tried to re-establish coordinated and effective studies with other social groups and governmental bodies to implement migration policies.
We believe that can achieve a lot more when we work together, much more than any single actor can achieve alone.