The European Commission-United Nations Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI) has launched a global photo and video competition to promote the positive impact of migration on development.
The competition was launched in the run up to the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) and in order to promote the work of migration and development practitioners. It will be showcased in Mauritius in November at this years’ GFMD.
About the competition
Competition entries should, in no more than a 10 minute video or one photograph, show how migrants contribute to the development of both their own country and/or their host country.
Deadline: 1 November 2012
The first prize winner will receive a paid trip to attend the GFMD in Mauritius. All participants will enjoy visibility at the GFMD in a special area reserved for you. Your pictures and videos will also be posted on the JMDI website which is visited by more than 6,000 people monthly.
For more information on the competition, please click here.
The European Commission-United Nations Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI) was launched in 2008 to support civil society organisations and local authorities seeking to contribute to linking migration and development.
The programme is funded by the European Union and represents a strategic partnership between the European Commission and the United Nations. It is implemented by UNDP in partnership with IOM, ILO, UNHCR and UNFPA.
Since 2008, the JMDI, thanks to the funding of the European Union, has supported migration and development initiatives from civil society organisations in 16 target countries, set up and reinforced networks of M4D actors, identified and shared good practices and fed this insight into policy-making on migration and development.