Wednesday, February 24th, 2016 - World Summit on Migration Control

Adelaide’s World Summit on Uncontrolled Migration. The Answer: March 8-9th

“I am simply exhausted.  I can’t predict my future.  Our journey has been so difficult.”

The forced mass migration of millions of humans across hundreds of countries and borders will not be solved by politicians. The answer will be found in the hearts of humanitarians, refugee advocates and migration specialists. The best, of which, are coming to Adelaide on March 8-9, 2016. 

Adelaide’s World Summit on Migration Control is flying up to 20 of the world’s compassionate hearts and minds to Adelaide - in a first collaboration of its kind - to stop a global human disaster that will be worse than World War II.

One of the Summit’s foremost guest speakers, Dr. Demetrios G. Papademetriou, the President of Migration Policy Institute (MPI) Europe, will be sharing his organisation’s perspective and ideas. The MPI is confronting the unfolding disaster on behalf of many countries, head on.

Ms. Julia Onslow-Cole is another eagerly awaited Summit speaker. As both Partner and Head of Global Migration with Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) UK, Ms Onslow-Cole will be presenting her insights in her ‘Global Human Capital – Migration & Economics’.?

An Australian guest speaker - with his own amazing refugee story, and viral campaign - will be Australia’s Sudanese refugee ‘Gem’, Deng Thiak Adut, the star of Western Sydney Universities now-famous brand campaign, as featured and applauded on ABC TV’s Gruen.

What’s more, 369 of the world’s most caring Universities will be interacting in a live collaborative circle broadcast, where global academia will put forward their ideas. And, as we speak, one of the world’s highest profile humanitarian couples, Amal and George Clooney have been actively negotiating, one-on-one, with world leaders including Germany’s Chancellor, Angela Merkel.

Why an Adelaide Summit? On the other side of the planet, away from civil war zones, Adelaide is globally acknowledged as one of the friendliest, accepting and safe cities on the planet. The perfect environment for guest speakers to put their case forward… to find the answer to save millions of desperate, fellow human beings.

Together we can do this.

We are looking for the success stories of our own refugees. 

Who do you know, that might know someone who was a refugee who is now considered to be very successful in the activities that they undertake?  We want to know there stories. 

Please forward stories or the name and city of the subject to [email protected]

Media Interviews with Speakers are allowed and organised through:

Mark Ryan - +61 411060632

To help support or for interviews on Adelaide’s World Summit on Migration Control, contact:

Mark Ryan, Executive Director World Summit on Migration Control
on 0411 060 632 / +61 411060632

or [email protected]

World Summit on Migration Control. Adelaide 8-9th March 2016.

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