The Asia Dialogue on Forced Migration (ADFM) builds collaborative solutions to forced migration in the Indo-Pacific.
It unites government and non-government decision makers from nine countries, along with representatives from UNHCR, International Organization for Migration, and non-government agencies.
The Asia Dialogue on Forced Migration is a forum to discuss policy and operational options for states and parties grappling with complex forced migration issues in the Indo-Pacific region.
Led by a regional Secretariat and convened by the Centre for Policy Development in partnership with policy institutes in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia, the Asia Dialogue on Forced Migration is recognised as a leading expert group, trusted by the Bali Process and ASEAN for independent and credible advice.
The ADFM has played a critical role in promoting more effective, humane responses to regional migration crises and creating safer pathways for those fleeing violence and persecution through its discussions and policy development, working in conjunction with those with lived experience of displacement.
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