Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (GAMM) update report
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The Commission Services together with the EEAS (European External Action Service) have produced the latest: GAMM update (LIMITE doc no: 6363-19, 43 pages, pdf):
"GAMM UPDATE: 11 February 2019
This document provides an updated overview of the main external migration dialogues and processes implemented in the framework of the EU Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (GAMM). The document is compiled for the information of the EU High Level Working Group on Asylum and Migration by the responsible European Commission services, in association with the EEAS..."
The GAMM Annex covers dozens of meetings and events:
Part 1 - The regional processes
A. Prague Process
B. Eastern Partnership Panel on Migration and Asylum
C. Budapest Process
D. Africa-EU Migration and Mobility Dialogue
E. Rabat Process
F. Khartoum Process
G. ACP-EU Migration Dialogue
H. Valletta Summit Follow-up
I. EU-CELAC Migration Dialogue
Part 2 - The bilateral dialogues
B. Southern Mediterranean countries
C. Eastern Partnership countries
E. African countries
F. Asian Countries
I. Global Forum for Migration and Development
The first initiative was set up in December 2005 at an Informal Summit at Hampton Court Palace as: "The Global approach to migration: Priority actions focussing on Africa and the Mediterranean". This later became the: "Global Approach to Migration and Mobility" (GAMM) and saw migration as a prominent effect of globalisation and called for dialogue, cooperation and tackling the "root causes of migration", for example by the "eradication of poverty in regions of origin."
See: Statewatch Analysis: Migration policy: from the "carrot and stick" to the "stick" (November 2018, pdf)
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