Regional and interregional consultation mechanisms on migration, of various kinds and under various labels, have received and continue to receive considerable attention by policymakers and practitioners and are an increasingly important element in the formulation of international migration policy and practice. The lack of a global binding framework on migration governance increases the motivation for pursuing common perspectives and practical arrangements at the regional level and across migration areas that span geographic regions. This factor, coupled with the general rise in importance of migration in public policy and international relations, has undoubtedly influenced the proliferation in number and kind of regional and inter regional consultation and cooperation mechanisms addressing migration.

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