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International Conference on Migration

“Mobility Patterns of Cambodian and Other Nationals in the South-east Asia Region” The North-East Research Group (NERG), composed of six Non-Governmental aid and development organizations (NGOs) in Cambodia (Chab Dai Coalition, COSECAM, IOM, Oxfam Quebec, The Asia Foundation and UNIAP) is organizing an International Conference in Phnom Penh, co-hosted by the Royal Government of Cambodia, between March 31st and April 2nd 2010 on: MOBILITY PATTERNS OF CAMBODIANS AND OTHER NATIONALS IN THE SOUTH-EAST ASIA REGION

The purpose of this conference is to bring together stakeholders to discuss the merits of the works and studies in order to develop safe migration guidelines for Cambodians mobile and migrant populations and other Nationals against labour exploitation and human trafficking in South-East Asia. Researchers and practitioners are invited to make presentations on issues and interventions to address migration and human trafficking in the GMS region. The presenters also will join the end-of-day plenary panel to respond to questions. Hence, NERG is now calling for researches or case studies and examples of project interventions to be presented at the conference, with a more comprehensive paper to be written and printed in the conference book for later dissemination

Themes & Topics of the conference
Day 1: Situation of Migrants (context and background) – Assess the situation of migrants in their destinations (in-country as well as abroad) – Provide new information using an academic approach.

Day 2: Challenges of Migration (case studies on problems migrants face)- Describe the challenges faced by migrants in their destination (in-country as well as abroad). – Provide new information using a practitioners’ approach.

Day 3: Tomorrows Opportunities (approaches and interventions)- Identify solutions for safe migration and reduced human exploitation in South-east Asia.

Interested presenters should submit an abstract paper (300 words) before February 21, 2010 to:

Selected presenters will be contacted by the end of February 2010.

For more information, please visit or call at (+855) (0)12-864402 (Mr. Phally) or (0)12-434979 ( Mr. Sothun).

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