Source/Publisher: 
International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)
Author(s): 
Bernhard Perching
Date of Publication: 
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Description: 

Project implemented by ICMPD, funded by the European Union, in partnership with IMI. Analyses the roles and best practices, which different stake-holders can adopt in disaster and crisis management, with regard to supporting migrants coping with crises. The paper starts with the discussion of the key concepts of vulnerability and resilience in order to set a frame for stakeholder involvement. Resorting to stakeholder theory, it defines migrants as “dormant stakeholders” in crisis and disaster management, which need to be involved into crisis management in order to make use of their capabilities. Analysing the main challenges of the involvement of migrants, it defines main areas of stakeholder involvement in the different phases of a crisis. Based on examples from the dialogue meetings within the MICIC framework, it further outlines key areas of action and develops suggestions for improving stakeholder inclusion into crisis and disaster management and mitigation.

Type of Resource: 
Research & Analysis
Publication Year: 
2016
Status: 
Free
Language: 
English