The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), established in 1993 by Austria and Switzerland, is an international organisation that works in migration-related fields. Although ICMPD has a European basis, it carries out its activities throughout the world, including in Europe, Africa, Central Asia, the Middle East and South America. Through its six Competence Centres, ICMPD provides its 18 Member States and numerous partners with in-depth knowledge and expertise in dealing with the phenomena of migration. It does so through using a holistic 3-pillar approach: research, capacity building and migration dialogues.
International Centre for Migration Policy Development, in the framework of EU funded project ENIGMMA 2, in close cooperation with Public Service Development Agency (PSDA) and Public Service Hall launched cascade trainings for the staff of Public Service Hall and Community Centres on the amendments introduced in the Georgian Law “On the Legal Status of Aliens and Stateless Persons” entered into force on 12 May 2021.
On 22-23 April 2021, a two-day training on personal data protection in migration area was organised by ICMPD in the framework of EU-funded ENIGMMA 2 project in close cooperation with State Inspector’s Service. The aim of the training was to discuss the issues related to data protection standards and brainstorm on the implementation practicalities with the representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia.