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29 Sep 2015

Migration, Development and Poverty Reduction

IOM and the African Capacity - building Foundation (ACBF) organized a workshop in Dakar on Migration, Development and Poverty Reduction, attended by representatives of over 20 countries. The discussions centred on the potential contribution of migrants to development and various ways to strengthen their impact. The discussions resulted in a series of proposals for the High-level Dialogue, held at UN Headquarters in New York, in September 2006.

  • Introduction
  • Synopsis of Proceedings
  • Presentations of the Three Working Groups in Session Six
  • Possible Actions and Recommendations
  • Common Position
  • Annexes
  • Welcoming Remarks
  • Opening Speech
  • High Level Dialogue: Bringing a Regional Dimension to the Global Debate – the Perspectives of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA)
  • Migration and Development in Africa: Reconciling two Policy Agendas
  • Migration and Poverty: How to Turn Migration into a Microeconomic Goal
  • Migration, Growth, Poverty Reduction and Millennium Development Goals
  • Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers and Migration
  • A National Programme for Food Security, Job Creation and Good Governance, 2005-2007
  • Joint Development and Poverty Control