Kigali is this week hosting a weeklong meeting on the adoption of an African Union procedure on Migration, Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons, seen as a step closer to achieving the continent’s goal on free movement of persons.
The forum, which opens today, will see participants deliberate on the setting up of key framework policies and legal instruments to allow for free movement of people across Africa.
The meeting will be attended by cabinet ministers and experts in the areas of migration, refugees and forced displacement matters. Read more. Source | New Times