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IOM Missions in South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the Regional Office in Vienna produce several publications at the regional, sub-regional and local level, covering a range of thematic areas and interests. Here you will find a selection of works available to researchers and the public, in several languages of the region. For more publications, see IOM Online Bookstore.

2018

Europe — Mixed Migration Flows to Europe Monthly Overview (October 2018)

  

According to the available data from national authorities and IOM offices, a total of 122,947 migrants and refugees arrived in Europe betwee January and October 2018. Estimated 81 per cent of migrants and refugees arrived by sea (99,174).

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2018

DTM Turkey - Flow Monitoring Surveys:Migrant Vulnerabilities Analysis

  

According to the DTM Flow Monitoring Surveys Analysis male respondents were more likely than female respondents to report having experienced situation described in one of the four vulnerability indicators (worked/performed activities without getting the expected payment, been forced to work,...

Analysis focuses on the set of questions on individual and witnessed experiences of human trafficking and other exploitative practices. DTM/MPM team interviewed 3,173 surveys in 14 provinces in Turkey
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2018

Turkey - Migrants Presence Monitoring (October 2018)

  

Majority of 3,9 million foreign nationals present in Turkey seeking international protection are Syrian nationals (3,591,714) with granted temporary protection status.

According to the latest available figures from the Turkish Directorate General for Migration Management (DGMM) there were more than 3,9 million foreign nationals present in Turkey seeking international protection.
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2018

DTM Turkey - Baseline Assessment Report Round 2

  

According to the findings from the Baseline report, across the ten provinces assessed, the Baseline 2 recorded presence of 195,849 migrants, 14 per cent less than the 229,419 recorded in the Baseline 1.

DTM team conducted Baseline 1 and 2 Assessments in 10 Turkish provinces between April and June 2018.
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