The High Level Panel on Migration (HLPM), established by the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the African Union Commission (AUC) and launched last June, held its first inaugural meeting in Monrovia. Chaired by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the panel will identify and articulate key issues that form the African migration story, challenges and priorities that will form the basis of their work. Read more. More on the Economic Commission for Africa in this BRIEFING.
ECA's Songwe Urges High Level Panel to Help Tackle Africa's Migration Challenges
Economic Commission for Africa, 16 January 2018
Members of the High Level Panel on Migration (HLPM), which was launched last June, held their inaugural meeting in Monrovia Monday to identify and articulate key issues that form… Read more »
Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Vera Songwe in Monrovia urges the High Level Panel on Migration (HLPM) to lead discussions and create an environment conducive to encouraging mobilization and effective utilization of political, financial and intellectual resources of migrants for the development of Africa.
High Level Panel On Migration to Meet in Monrovia
Members of the High Level Panel on Migration (HLPM), which was launched on 6 June 2017, will be meeting in Monrovia, Liberia, on 15 January for their first working session under… Read more »
Members of the High Level Panel on Migration (HLPM) launched last June, held their inaugural meeting in Monrovia to identify and articulate key issues that form the African migration story, challenges and priorities that will form the basis of their work
High Level Panel On Migration Launched With Liberia's Sirleaf As Chair
Economic Commission for Africa, 6 June 2017
"Just last week, some forty young men and women died of thirst in the Sahara Desert, while trying to reach Europe. More than a thousand have perished in the Mediterranean Sea since… Read more »
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