International Migration Review Forum (IMRF)​

​Public IMRF Debrief

Feel free to listen to the public debriefing of the first IMRF held on 05 July 2022 via ZOOM. We were joined by the following panelists:

  • Fernando de la Mora, Coordinator for Economic, Social, Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs at the Permanent Mission of Mexico to the United Nations, USA
  • Helena Olea Rodriguez, Associate Director for Programs, Alianza Americas
  • Jonathan Prentice, Head of Secretariat, United Nations Network for Migration
  • Elana Wong, Co-Global Focal Point for the Migration Youth & Children Platform


People's Road to the IMRF​

Join People’s Migration Challenge in a series of weekly reflections on the IMRF’s Progress Declaration and on migration policy. The next few weeks are crucial since negotiations and revisions of the Progress Declaration are happening. As the Progress Declaration is further developed, hear reflections from government representatives, civil society, academe, experts, and migrant rights’ advocates.

People's Forum: A People's Migration Challenge Parallel Event to the IMRF​

The People’s Migration Challenge is convening to mobilize a parallel event to the IMRF to drive practical and much needed action to assess the GCM implementation. Following the reflection series and regional consultations under the auspices of PMC, the People’s Forum aims to provide space for civil society to engage in a grounded and meaningful discussion on migration policy.

Mark your calendars and join us through a hybrid format in New York and online on 16 – 20 May 2022!

Look forward to the following sessions in the tentative program agenda. Final program agenda will be released soon.


Program Agenda

Location Map

Call for Side Events

The People’s Migration Challenge is calling for side events to the People’s Forum from 16 – 20 May. This Call is open to all who are planning to organize a side event around the IMRF week.


Click the link for more details and to join. Deadline is on 6 May.