GDISC - General Directors of Immigration Services Conference

GDISC is an informal network to facilitate practical cooperation between Immigration Services in Europe. GDISC has the aim and ambition of:

  • Being a network in principal for General Directors or Directors General of Immigration Services throughout Europe;
  • Initiate, co-ordinate and improve practical co-operation between Immigration Services responsible for the implementation of migration and asylum issues in Europe;
  • Provide a flexible response to changing migration patterns in Europe;
  • Being a platform for exchanging experiences, best practices and building up networks of experts.


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    Legal migration and integration

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    Asylum and forced displacement

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    International migration governance

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Additional Info

Spatial Coverage Europe
Accessed On 2022-09-01
Organisation Type expert network
  • information sharing
  • General Directors or Directors General of Immigration Services throughout Europe

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