Welcome to the website of the Budapest Process Secretariat and ICMPD's Regional Coordination Office for the Silk Routes Region. Here we cover the work of the Budapest Process: an inter-regional dialogue on migration and the concrete actions implemented under its umbrella through the projects Improving Migration Management and Integrated Border Management in the Silk Routes Countries.
Dhaka and Cumilla, Bangladesh: We are delighted to announce that our Migrant Resource Centre (MRC) in Bangladesh now has 30,000 Facebook followers. This significant landmark has been achieved thanks to the service that it is providing citizens, and its importance and traction continues to grow.
Kabul, Afghanistan: We are delighted to announce that our Migrant Resource Centre (MRC) in Afghanistan now has 20,000 Facebook followers. This milestone has been reached thanks to the valuable information that it is providing citizens, and its popularity continues to grow.
The Budapest Process is an inter-regional dialogue on migration stretching from Europe to the Silk Routes region (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq and Pakistan) also covering Europe's Eastern neighbours, the Western Balkans and Central Asia.
Founded in 1993 the Budapest Process is Europe's leading and longest-standing dialogue on migration. We have built up a far-reaching network among participating and observer states as well as a wide thematic coverage. The Budapest Process also offers practical support to countries within the Silk Routes Project by offering a platform for learning and training between peers as well as for facilitating concrete project development and cooperation.
The unique value of the Budapest Process is that we bridge the gap between theory and practice. Today we provide a platform for dialogue and operational cooperation for 55 governments as well as 17 regional and international organisations.
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