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Scalabrini International Migration Network (SIMN) attends the 2014 National Migration Conference, held in Washington DC

JUL 16 2014 by SIMN
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Washington DC, July 10th - The 14th National Conference on Migration was held from July 7th to 10th, organized by the Episcopal Conference of the United States, the Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC) and the United States Catholic Charity Service (CRS).

The National Migration Conference aims to strengthen and improve the capacity of Catholic institutions in their service to migrants, refugees and victims of trafficking and to provide them with a better life, while also seeking to guarantee that their rights are respected.

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Resumen del V Forum sobre Migración y Paz

JUN 18 2014 by SIMN
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Berlín, Junio 2014 -  Integración: hacia una convivencia pacífica y democrática, fue el título del V Fórum sobre Migración y Paz que SIMN promovió entre los días 11 y 12 de junio en Berlín, en la sede de Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. 

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V International Forum on Migration and Peace Announced

JUN 18 2014 by SIMN
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New York City, May 11, 2014: Scalabrini International Migration Network is pleased to announce that its 5th International Forum on Migration and Peace, subtitled “Integration: Toward a Peaceful and Democratic Coexistence”, will be held in a month's time in the city of Berlin, Germany.

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Summary of SIMN IV International Forum on Migration and Peace

JUN 18 2014 by SIMN
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Fourth International Forum on Migration and Peace: Summary

The Fourth International Forum on Migration and Peace was held on June 20 and 21, 2013, at New York Law School in New York City. The central theme for discussion was “Human Security, Human Development and International Governance on Migration: The Commitment of Governments and Civil Society Organizations at Local, National and International Levels.” Over 200 participants attended, demonstrating the Forum’s vital importance to all those involved in migration governance.

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