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The CARIM thematic session on 'Gender and Migration' was held in Florence from 18th to 19th October, with an opening dinner on 17th October. Around 70 participants attended this Session which brought together more than 45 experts from the SEM and SSA countries as well as keynote speakers and discussants to examine preliminary data and findings on key factors determining the relationship between gender and migration in the region.
This session was aimed at examining and discussing the data and the preliminary conclusions on the key factors determining gender migration in the Region. Different high-level personalities took part in the CARIM Meeting; among the others His Excellence Guelengdouksia Ouaidou, President of the Parliamentary Assembly of Chad; Aicha Belarbi, former Secretary of State at the Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Ministry in Morocco; and Mickael Kagan, Asylum Access.
CARIM has launched the new research topic: "Gender and Migration". Click here for more details and information on related events.
CARIM is currently publishing papers following research into Highly-Skilled Migration into, through and from the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean and Sub-Saharan Africa. Click on the link to view the papers in the series.
CARIM Migration Profiles provide an overview of demographic, economic, legal and sociopolitical aspects shaping migration in the country.
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CARIM has published 36 papers as a result of research into Irregular Migration in Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries.
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CARIM has published 38 papers as a result of research into Circular migration in the Euro-Mediterranean area. Click on the link to view the papers in the series.
CARIM has just published 10 papers on Iraqi Refugees in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Turkey. Click on the link to view the papers.