Rey Koslowski delivered a speech on “Global Implications of the Mobility of People” the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Symposium on Machine Readable Travel Documents (MRTDs), Biometrics and Security, which was held at ICAO headquarters in Montreal on September 21-23. The symposium had over 400 participants including government officials from 66 countries. Prof. Koslowski presented new concepts and research findings from his MacArthur Foundation-funded project on Global Mobility Regimes, which analyzes the economic, political and security dimensions of global human mobility (that encompasses international migration and short-term international travel) and contributes to a better understanding of existing international cooperation on migration and the potential for global mobility regime formation. He also suggested a global mobility data collection project to the international organizations and member states present as well as a diplomatic initiative for international cooperation to address the problem of breeder documents used in travel document fraud, both of which were well-received. Koslowski’s Global Mobility Regimes project is also featured in an interview published in the ICAO MRTD Report, Vol 4, No 3 (2009).