The Mixed Migration Centre will launch its flagship annual report virtually on December 6, 2022 from 12:00 to 17:00 CET.
On the back of the impact of the war in Ukraine as well as the socio-economic legacy of the Covid-19 pandemic that are being felt profoundly across the world, the Mixed Migration Review 2022 will reflect on recent events and emerging trends affecting refugees and migrants globally, attempting to document, analyse, and suggest solutions.
The annual report of the Mixed Migration Centre (MMC) first published in 2018, will see this year’s edition debating and discussing some of today’s most pressing mixed migration issues globally with experts, journalists and academics. There will also be a debate on borders and mixed migration, followed by a panel discussion on two topics: ‘solutions to mixed migration challenges’, and ‘mixed migration as a solution to contemporary global challenges.’ The engaging sessions which will include interviews with critical thinkers and practitioners in the sector will end with a Q&A with the audience.
“Mixed migration” refers to cross-border movements of people, including refugees fleeing persecution and conflict, victims of trafficking, and people seeking better lives and opportunities, according to the MMC.
The annual report offers a deep analytical dive into the world of mixed migration, using the mixed migration lens to offer a critical and necessary framework to understand and respond to the complex characteristics and protection imperatives that define contemporary human mobility.
The MMC is a global network and leading source for independent and high-quality research, analysis and expertise; engaged in data collection, research, analysis, as well as policy and programmatic development on mixed migration, with regional hubs hosted in DRC regional offices in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America, and a small global team in Geneva.
MMC aims to increase understanding of mixed migration, to positively impact global and regional migration policies, to inform evidence-based protection responses for people on the move and to stimulate forward thinking in public and policy debates on mixed migration.
Edited by: Theresa R. Fianko
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