Mixed Migration Centre
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The Mixed Migration Centre (MMC) was established in February 2018. It brings together various existing regional initiatives – hosted or led by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) – engaged in data collection, research, analysis and policy development on mixed migration issues into a new global network of mixed migration expertise.

What is MMC’s vision?

The MMC is a leading source for independent and high quality data, information, research and analysis on mixed migration. Through the provision of credible evidence and expertise, the MMC aims to support agencies, policy makers and practitioners to make well-informed decisions, to positively impact global and regional migration policies, to contribute to protection and assistance responses for people on the move and to stimulate forward thinking in the sector responding to mixed migration. The MMC’s overarching focus is on human rights, protection and assistance.

Where does MMC work?

The MMC focuses on seven core regions: Europe, West Africa, North Africa, East Africa and Yemen, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean. The 38 global and regional staff members of MMC are based in Amman, Copenhagen, Dakar, Geneva, Nairobi, Tunis, Bogota and Bangkok, where it works in close cooperation with regional partners, stakeholders and donors. Through the Mixed Migration Monitoring Mechanism Initiative (4Mi) a network of over 100 monitors is collecting data on mixed migration in over 20 countries across different migration routes globally, conducting over 10,000 in-depth interviews with refugees and migrants on the move annually.

Twitter account:@Mixed_Migration

Links

  • 2mdev

    Migration and development

    Migration and development are deeply intertwined. Development can be a driver of migration, granting people access to resources which enable them to move. At the same time, migration can...

    View Migration and development
  • 5asy

    Asylum and forced displacement

    Asylum is a fundamental human right guaranteed universally by the 1951 Geneva Convention. The European Union’s Common European Asylum System (CEAS) set up common procedures to ensure fair...

    View Asylum and forced displacement

Additional Info

Spatial Coverage Africa ; Asia ; Europe ; Latin America and the Caribbean ; Middle East
Outputs
  • Data collection
  • Analysis
  • Mapping
  • Knowledge
  • Policy
  • Programming

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