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Kramatorsk – Over 40,000 residents of Ukraine’s conflict-affected Donbas region soon will benefit from nine community centres – libraries and cultural gathering spots – renovated by IOM, the UN Migrat
Vienna – IOM, the United Nations Migration Agency, has renewed its call for the protection of the rights of all people on the move, through a global compact for migration which will shape the migratio
Kyiv – IOM, the UN Migration Agency, has highlighted a disturbing lack of funds for the millions affected by conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
Dushanbe – Many thousands of Tajiks leave their country every year for jobs in Russia and Kazakhstan, but the Central Asian nation is also a transit zone for refugees and migrants from China, Uzbekist
Chisinau – Over 100,000 Moldovan children currently live overseas with their parents, who migrate from Europe’s poorest country.
Chisinau – Ten Moldovan emigrants who left the country 10 to 20 years ago returned this week (17 April) to present five public policy proposals to the Moldovan Government. The proposals aim to advance Moldova’s development agenda in justice,...
Chisinau – Ten Moldovan emigrants who left the country 10 to 20 years ago returned on 17 April 2018 to present to the Moldovan Government five public policy proposals.
Kyiv – Four years into the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, acute humanitarian needs persist. These include the basics – access to health care, food, water and employment.
Moscow – Saturday, 7 April was World Health Day, and IOM, the UN Migration Agency, used the occasion to draw attention to the health needs – and rights – of migrants.