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Migration and development

  • The Road Ahead?
  • Trygve G. Nordby
  • European Migration Network
  • Oslo 18 June 2012
the discourse
The discourse
  • Does less development lead to more migration?
  • Does more development lead to more migration?
  • Can migration stimulate development?
  • Or is the M&D nexus ruled by the Doris Day principle: “Que sera sera” (whatever will be will be)?
  • More migration than development and more development than Human Rights
the international process on m d
The international process on M&D
  • General scepticism against wider intl. debate
    • Sovereignty and lack of institutions and arenas
  • Global Commission on Intl. Migration 2005
  • High Level Dialogue in UNGA 2006
  • Global Forum on Migration and Development, Bru 07, Man 08, Hel 09, Mex 10, Gen 2011, Maur 12
  • THP Global Hearing on Ref. and Mig. 2012
  • New High Level Dialogue, UNGA 2013
  • Sweden 2014, Turkey 2015
trends 2012 hague global hearing on refugees and migration
Trends(2012 Hague Global Hearing on Refugees and Migration)
  • Migration will increase - due to demography, economic disparities, climate change, conflict and poor governance
  • Migration has become more complex – blurred distinction between legal-illegal and forced-voluntary
  • Migration is more temporary and circular than before
  • South-south migration is increasing
trends continued
Trends (continued)
  • Migration is increasingly an urban phenomenon
  • New technological opportunities
    • Communication, Biometry, etc.
  • More public debate on migration
  • New stakeholders more assertive in the debate: business, big cities
  • But also: Increased negative public mood towards migration
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“Our approach to migration can make us stronger or weaker”

  • “Migration is an opportunity”
  • Cecilia Malmström, EU Commissioner
operationai opportunities i
OperationaI opportunities I
  • Financial support to diasporas' development projects in countries of origin.
  • Better conditions for effect of remittances
  • Training programs designed to prevent negative brain drain
  • Strengthening of migration management structures in countries of origin
  • Facilitating and securing sustainable development in context of return
operational opportunities ii
Operational opportunities II
  • Increased research and build up of evidence based competencies on M&D
  • Increased cooperation with NGOs, business and diasporas
  • Legal reforms to facilitate increased mobility and circle migration
  • Establishing more bilateral agreements
  • Strengthening of Migrant Rights
when no m d synergy appear
When no M&D synergy appear
  • Conflict of interest between domestic ministries (control, readmission) and development ministries (altruism, country of origin focus)?
  • Difference in professional cultures?
  • Conflict of interest between sending and receiving countries (export of labour vs. control of borders)?
  • Human Rights vs. economic exploitation
  • General xenophobia?
assumptions i
Assumptions I
  • M&D needs to be defined by migration as well as development actors as a joint program area.
  • Governments need to establish and resource cross departmental Task Forces
  • Need for more evidence based competence on Migration and Development
  • Research institutions, NGOs and diasporas need to be fully involved
assumptions ii
Assumptions II
  • The transnational nature of M&D needs to be fully accepted – politically and legally
  • M&D cannot be advanced by narrow domestic motives of reducing immigration or increasing return to certain developing countries. This may evenditch the process.
  • Migration and development is not a quick fix. This has to be done in a very long term perspective
beyond discussion
Beyond discussion
  • Great potential for enhanced M&D efforts and results in countries of origin and destination
  • Lack of sufficient institutions in countries of origin and destination
  • Lack of internal coherence
  • Great need for evidence based policymaking
  • Insufficient rights regimes to meet the vulnerability of many migrant workers
  • Room for private and social movement actors
up for discussion
Up for discussion
  • Will the concept of “increased mobility” rather than “increased migration” lead to less focus on integration and migrant rights?
  • Could a new UN agency for migration help focus and implementation of M&D?
  • Could biometry give assurance of state control andopen up for increased migration?
  • Highly skilled vs. low skill labour migration
  • Who should pick up and throw the dices?