Global Migration Policy Associates (GMPA) is an international association of recognized experts working together to address international migration from a truly global, multidisciplinary and rights-based perspective. Our concept note provides a detailed profile of GMPA; see a short summary about GMPA.
This website features documentation produced by GMPA and member Associates to support and improve migration governance, policy, and practice. More than 100 research papers, policy briefs and other documents on main migration topics are posted. More are constantly added.
Materials on this site have informed and shaped laws, policies and practices of governments, international organizations, social partners, NGOs and other stakeholders in all world regions. These documents demonstrate the knowledge, experience and skills of our Associates; please contact GMPA if we can be of service!
- recent! 9 December 2015: GMPA issued a "reasoned commentary on causes and consequences: recent attacks and escalating warfare" in response to the sequels to horrific attacks in Paris and Beirut, bombing of a Russian airliner and unabated carnage in Syria and Yemen.
- 17-21 October 2015: GMPA participated in the 133rd IPU Assembly preparing briefing notes and providing staffing for the information booth on the main theme of the Assembly: The moral and economic imperative for fairer, smarter and more human migration; and the launch of the IPU-ILO-OHCHR Parliamentarian Handbook on Migration, Human Rights and Governance (available both in English and French).
- newly posted ! Challenges of Post 'Arab Spring' Warfare, Repression and Intervention in Context of Globalized Migration
- newly posted ! ECOWAS Protocols Free Movement-Nigerian Domestication Assessment
- newly posted ! ILO C-181 Employment Agencies-Nigerian Domestication Assessment
- newly posted ! ILO C-189 Domestic Workers-Nigerian Domestication Assessment
- A brief note for the IV International Parliamentary Forum, Moscow, October 2015
- Mainstreaming Migration in Development Agendas: Assessment of South Asian Countries
- SASPEN brief: Extending Social Security to Migrant in Southern Africa