MigChoice, Testing the Impact of Interventions on Migration Decision-Making in West Africa

Three online workshops will take place next week as part of an inter-disciplinary research project, MigChoice, carried out by the University of Birmingham and funded by IOM as part of the SSS II project, on migrant choices in the specific context of development, focusing on the case of West Africa. 

 

Join us! 

 

  • Tuesday 23rd March: Migration choices on the ground: evidence from the people (12-13.30h GMT) Register here.
  • Wednesday 24th March: Migration choices and development interventions: the policy space (12-13.30h GMT) Register here.
  • Thursday 25th March: Entrepreneurship, skills and mobility: guiding future decisions (12-14h GMT) Register here.

 

[Photo Credit: Monica Chiriac/IOM Niger]

"Migration is one of the key realities of our time. It cuts across communities, influences priorities, and shapes societies.
To realise the benefits of migration for migrants and host communities alike, our responses must be innovative, collaborative and designed beyond the immediate."

 

Dipti Pardeshi, Chief of Mission of the IOM UK Office