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Belarus - ‘Act.Learn.Share’, a summer camp for young adults, kicked off yesterday (17/07) just outside of Minsk, the capital of Belarus. Participants came from across the nation, all united in their desire to learn about and put...
Ukraine - On Wednesday (12 July), the Government of Ukraine adopted a new State Migration Strategy, which will inform national migration policy for the next eight years.
Ukraine Business Fair Showcases UN Migration Agency Support to Conflict-affected and Trafficking SurvivorsJun 27, 2017
Ukraine – Over the weekend, a market sprung up in the centre of Ukraine’s capital city. Traders came to Kyiv from all over the country. Their wares ranged from soap to honey, from toys to furniture – but everyone had one thing in...
Albania – A new centre for Registration and Temporary Accommodation for irregular migrants was opened last week, in Gerhot, Albania, close to Kakavija Border Crossing Point with Greece. The new facility was established by IOM,...
Turkey - On 15 June, the Turkish Coastguard (TUR CG) received in Antalya two search and rescue vessels.
Thousands of Georgian Youngsters at Risk of Substance Abuse Reached with IOM’s “Life is Better” CampaignJun 16, 2017
Georgia - In response to high rates of substance abuse among Georgian youth, the UN Migration Agency (IOM) has implemented a pioneering information campaign on prevention of substance abuse among inte
Turkey - Today (06/06), the UN Migration Agency (IOM) handed over medical equipment worth nearly a quarter of a million Euro to Turkey’s Saraykent Migrant Health Training Centre to provide medical ser
Georgia - Substance abuse by children is a growing problem in Georgia, particularly among migrant populations.
Turkey - Millions of migrants and refugees have passed through or settled in Turkey in recent years, with over one million making the sea journey to Greece since 2015.