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The 6th Pan-African Forum on Migration (PAFoM 6)

The 6th Pan-African Forum on Migration (PAFoM 6)

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September 11, 2021 to September 12, 2021

 

Theme: ‘’Strengthening Labor Migration Governance in Africa in the context of a pandemic for accelerated socioeconomic development and continental Integration”

From 11th to 12th September

 

The African Union Commission is organising the 6th Pan-African Forum on Migration (PAFOM6). The meeting will be preceded by senior officials from 25 AU member states and relevant partners and other stakeholders. It is anticipated that there will be a number of side events in the meeting that will be related to the theme of the event.

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RWTp6ZxcRyO-rhtrtjTnSg

 




For further information:

1. Gamal Ahmed A. Karrar | Senior Communication Officer | Information and Communications Directorate, African Union Commission | E-mail: OchiengJ@africa-union.org

2. Sarah Abdel-Mohsen Elsayed | Communication Officer | Department of Health, Humanitarian affairs and Social Development | African Union Commission | Email: Elsayeds@africa-union.org

3. Babacar Ba | Technical Adviser | Government of Senegal | Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Email: babacarsane.ba@diplomatie.gouv.sn

 

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