An excellent way to network and enhance knowledge in M&D is to attend M&D events. In this section, the JMDI gathers all M&D related events happening globally to keep the M4D Community up to date on events, including JMDI own events.
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Live discussion on the power of migration narratives: Government of Canada and City of Montreal
In 2020, iDiaspora coordinated three global exchanges with members of the diaspora responding to the pandemic. Through these virtual dialogues, different actors involved in the development of diasporic initiatives in America, Europe, Africa, and Asia were able to learn and share relevant experience to better include their members when responding to the global health crisis.
The lessons we have learned from this pandemic must not go to waste. We must work together so that human mobility can have positive development impacts in our communities. Join us on 10 June to find out how.
The 2021 Global Exchanges aim to gather experts on these topics to provide information on how to overcome common challenges faced by stakeholders engaging in transnational initiatives. By providing concrete strategies on how to build trustworthy relationships, find resources and funding and develop long-term strategies, stakeholders will be able to boost their transnational initiatives.
In 2020, iDiaspora coordinated three global exchanges with members of the diaspora responding to the pandemic. These three global events contributed to the better understanding of diaspora engagement on three different levels. First, as a result of these events, it was possible to identify the different ways that transnational communities responded to the global pandemic through prevention, protection, relief, and recovery interventions.
IOM Tunisia and the National Institute of Labor and Social Studies (INTES) are organizing the sixth edition of the Summer School on Migration from March 15 – 19, each day from 9am – 5pm (Tunisia time).
La adopción de la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible en 2015 representa un compromiso renovado en alianza mundial para combatir los desafíos persistentes que enfrenta la humanidad. Esto involucra a países desarrollados y en desarrollo por igual. Todos sus objetivos y metas de este instrumento benefician a la sociedad en su conjunto debido a su naturaleza integral e indivisible; esto equilibra los componentes económicos, sociales y ambientales del desarrollo sostenible.
Diasporas are powerful agents of change and sustainable development. The iDiaspora platform helps migrants and diasporas connect, learn, and contribute to their communities - economically and socially with their skills, networks, remittances, new ideas, and diverse perspectives.
How have diasporas and transnational communities been catalyzing change over the last 2 years, especially during COVID-19? How can we support them to accelerate their engagement? Find out at the global conference on 16 November 2020 at 15:00 (CET).
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What role do migrant workers play in systematic resilience to COVID-19?
Migrants are essential members of our communities and directly contribute their skills and resources to the emergency and recovery phases of COVID-19. The upcoming online conference will explore how.
The Geneva Cities Hub, UNECE and the UN Habitat’s Office in Geneva invite you to join Geneva-based international organizations, civil society and local government representatives in a “glocal” conversation on the role of cities, local communities and urbanization, as they address many challenges and opportunities highlighted in the World Cities Report 2020 to be released on UN World Cities Day 31st October 2020.