"Catastrophic" Situation on Bosnian Border - IOM Representative
The number of refugees and migrants arriving in Bosnia continues to increase and the situation is critical, especially in the north-western part of the country. IOM representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Peter Van der Auweraert, describes the main challenges. Photo Photo: Naser Ahmad/InfoMigrants
Young talented composers and musicians from Austria, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Japan, Turkey, and the US with Argentina Szabados, IOM Regional Director, Bärli Nugent, Assistant Dean and Director of Chamber Music at the Juilliard School, and Martin Nesirky, Director of UN Information Service Vienna. IOM/Lanna Walsh
Bärli Nugent, Assistant Dean, the Juilliard School, reflects on the journey that led to her curating a musical selection for a unique concert presented by the United Nations Migration Agency at the UN Vienna Headquarters on June 28
Syrian Refugee Finds Solace and Safety at Istanbul LGBTI Guesthouse
Growing up a gay man in Aleppo was hard. When Syria’s conflict broke out, Sammy was terrified by the prospect of military conscription. He knew his sexuality would make it even more dangerous for him. In 2014, he fled to Istanbul, Turkey, in search of safety and acceptance.
Facing Complex and Evolving Migration Patterns Across South-eastern, Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Global migration dynamics are becoming ever more complex, and nowhere is this truer than in the region encompassed by IOM’s Vienna Regional Office: South-eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia.