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Information Campaign on Safe Migration Intensifies

Nov 20, 2006

An IOM information campaign designed to counter misconceptions
about migration and life abroad has been launched to alert young
Georgians to the risks of irregular migration.

HIV and STI Prevention Among Migrant Communities

Nov 13, 2006

Government representatives, international health and migration
experts, members of the civil society and of the UN theme group on
HIV and AIDS are meeting today in Chisinau to discuss strategies to

Migration Data and Information Exchange

Oct 26, 2006

The lack of an efficient and systematic mechanism for sharing data
and information on migration in Europe and in particular a lack of

Conference on Cooperation between Source and Destination countries on Human Trafficking

Oct 23, 2006

A two-day international conference takes place this week in the
Belarus capital, Minsk, on strengthening cooperation between source
and destination countries in combating human trafficking.

More Migration Services for Georgians

Oct 19, 2006

A fourth IOM migration resource centre has opened in Georgia which
will provide potential migrants with crucial information on the
realities of going abroad, on opportunities for legal migration and

Reintegration Assistance for Victims of Trafficking

Oct 16, 2006

The IOM office in Moscow is launching a new programme to provide
reintegration assistance and shelter services to victims of
trafficking.

Border Guard Training Centre Opens

Oct 12, 2006

IOM this week opened a new training centre for Tajik and Afghan
border guards in Korogh in Badakhshan province bordering
Afghanistan.

First Reintegration Centre for Trafficking Victims Opens

Oct 09, 2006

A reintegration centre for victims of trafficking, the first of its
kind, has recently opened in the Serbian capital, Belgrade.

IOM Awarded for Helping Vulnerable Communities

Oct 05, 2006

The success of an IOM programme aimed at reducing the vulnerability
of communities in Southern Kyrgyzstan to natural disasters has been