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IIMAD was formed during a period of tough challenges to global mobility and displacement. It is the culmination of years of hard work, rigorous training, and multi-disciplinary research in migration studies by exemplary scholars. It is my dream that IIMAD can set the stage for the next generation of scholars, policymakers and administrators to rise to the demands of a future of high mobility and the spirit of humanitarianism.
IIMAD was founded with the vision to be a prominent voice and catalyst in improving the lives of migrants and their families all over the world. We are committed to our mission of providing the highest-quality data and analyses in migration studies, and pledge to grow with a philosophy founded in hard work, knowledge, experience, migrant-centrism and sustainability. Our dream is to become an inclusive and diverse community of migration practitioners that can stimulate safe, orderly, and productive migration both regionally and globally, and assist governments in building mobile regimes for the 21st century.