Global Commission On International Migration
The Global Commission on International Migration (GCIM) is an independent and non-partisan group of leaders from around the world who have come together to promote a more effective response to the challenges and opportunities posed by international migration. The commission was established in 2003 and produced a landmark report in 2005, which called for better governance of international migration and greater cooperation between countries. The GCIM works to develop practical and innovative approaches to global migration issues and to increase awareness and understanding of the complex factors that drive migration. It aims to promote policy changes that protect the rights of migrants while also addressing the concerns of host communities. Being a member of the GCIM requires specialized knowledge and expertise in the field of international migration.
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