The Euro-African Dialogue on Migration and Development (Rabat Process), brings together over 60 stakeholders to openly discuss migration and development questions in a spirit of partnership. The Rabat Process is primarily a dialogue between national administrations and international organisations, both at political and technical levels. International and civil society organisations are increasingly involved in the dialogue due to their ability to contribute relevant expertise.

The Euro-African Dialogue on Migration and Development (Rabat Process) is a regional migration dialogue between more than 60 stakeholders, primarily African and European national administrations. It is a state-driven initiative, relying on the active participation of the National Focal Points, the strategic guidance by its Steering Committee and its Chair, as well as the support provided by the Secretariat of the Rabat Process.