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Important notice: This Blog will be continued under www.gfmd-blog.com

November 10, 2011

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Dear readers and subscribers, I have realized that it is not that practical at all to maintain 2 different blogs and maybe even start another one each year the GFMD takes place. For this reason I will be continuing this blog as GFMD-BLOG under www.gfmd-blog.com which links to the address of the “original” blog http://gfmd2010.wordpress.com/ All […]

PGA and common space taking shape – no news about IAMR…

October 31, 2011

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The last of this year’s GFMD thematic meetings has just been held (a workshop on migration profiles in Manila), and it is less than a month from now that the “concluding debate” will take place in Geneva. With the program of the Civil Society Days (CSD) component of the GFMD reaching an advanced stage and […]

Who would have guessed? Mauritius will host 2012 GFMD

September 19, 2011

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After the June meeting of the “Friends of the Forum” went by without any announcements made regarding the GFMD chair for 2012, many observers were speculating about the host of next years’ meeting. Now it has been revealed: Mauritius offered to welcome the Global Forum and named three major incentives to do so:

News from the Civil Society Days: website, registration, location

August 18, 2011

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The application process for this year’s GFMD Civil Society Days (CSD)  in Geneva, Switzerland, has opened along with the unveiling of a new dedicated GFMD civil society website.  Finally, the location for the CSD meeting has been announced: