With over 244 million international migrants globally and over 65.6 million people displaced mainly by conflicts, displacement and migration are among the most pressing topics on the international agenda for policy makers today. Issues surrounding global displacement and migration processes cross manifold intellectual boundaries. Understanding the issue demands insights and methods from a broad array of specialties.
CGP’s Displacement and Migration Program is therefore a multi-disciplinary program that aims to study the root causes/drivers of displacement and migration and offer expert advice and research, to states, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders on innovative policy formulation to meet these evolving challenges. The program is therefore working on a number of projects to facilitate this by engaging with members of the U.S. Government, policymakers in international organizations including the OIC and UN, and individuals directly impacted by forced migration and genocide.
Kashmir Policy Group
The Kashmir Policy Group aims to lead policy discussions on how to understand and best address the ongoing problems in Kashmir. The group intends to commission new research, publish regular policy briefs, and hold public events.
Rohingya Legal Forum
The Rohingya Legal Forum project brings together a group of jurists who are experts in the matter of the Rohingya in order to foster collaboration & efficiency in developing applicable ideas to address the situation at hand in order to bring more awareness & effective policy change to the situation.
Uighur Scholars Working Group
More than three million Muslim Uighurs in China are believed to be interned in Chinese prisons. Considering the situation this group of experts has been formed to…