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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.

2015

Addressing Migration of Unaccompanied Minors from and through the Western Balkans

  
This report analyses the findings of six WB country reports, which are based on data collected through desk research and interviews with stakeholders between May and July 2015.
IOM, Zana Vathi
2015

Extended Migration Profile of Albania 2012-2014

  
This analytical report presents a follow-up of the process initiated in 2007 by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) for the drafting of the first Migration Profile, followed by Migration Profile 2008, 2009 and 2010 prepared by the Albanian Government.
IOM
2015

Labour Mobility as a Factor of Development in South-East Europe: Regional Overview

  
The Regional Overview report “Labour Mobility as a Factor of Development in South-East Europe” is a result of a joint cooperation effort between the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC). Prepared in support of the implementation of the South-East Europe 2020 Strategy, the report features a socioeconomic overview of current labour mobility trends in the region written by an expert team under the RCC’s coordination.
IOM
2015

Migration Facts and Trends: South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia

  
The document identifies 12 key trends observed in the region over the last 20 years that are expected to shape the regional migratory landscape in the years to come. The highlighted trends concern the directions, key driving forces, composition, modes and types of migration flows in the region.
IOM
2015

Migration Management Gaps Analysis, Republic of Moldova, 2015

  
The “Strengthening Migration Management and Cooperation on Readmission in Eastern Europe” (MIGRECO) Project, financed by EU, aims at improving migration management by carrying out a study focused on identifying and analyzing the exiting gaps in the respective area.
IOM, Diana Cheianu-Andrei, Adriana Barilov
2015

Fostering Labour Mobility and Human Development: Showcase of Projects 2015

  
The dialogue surrounding labour mobility and its links to development in South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia (SEEECA) is centred on three key themes, which are also core areas of IOM’s work within its Labour Mobility and Human Development (LHD) portfolio.
IOM
2015

Strengthening the Fight against Trafficking in Persons and Migrant Smuggling in the Western Balkans

  
Results and recommendations from the IOM project "Strengthening the Fight against Trafficking in Persons and Migrant Smuggling in the Western Balkans"
IOM
2014

2015 - 2020 Strategy for South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia

  
This document presents a forward-looking Regional Strategy for IOM’s engagement in South-Eastern, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
IOM
2014

Needs Assessment: Human Trafficking in the Western Balkans

  
In September 2013, through the support of the IOM Development Fund, a seven-month needs assessment on the human trafficking situation in the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina [BiH], UNSC resolution 1244-administered Kosovo, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) was commissioned. The purpose was to collect and summarize stakeholder views of the mechanisms and resources available to combat TIP in the region.
Research Communication Group, Jacqueline Berman, Donatella Bradic, Phil Marshal
2014

R.E.A.D.M.I.T Training Manual on Readmission

  
The READMIT Training Manual on Readmission is designed to provide a toolkit for practitioners who face the challenge of improving the capacity of their country to manage migration. The Manual explores theoretical issues of readmission, focusing on implementation in the Republic of Armenia, and examines related areas of migration management forming the framework where the readmission process functions.
Sergey Brestovitsky
2014

Central Asia Operational Strategy, 2014-2019

  
The strategic vision of IOM Central Asia for 2014-2019
IOM
2013

Handbook on European Non-discrimination Law and its Update including the Manual on the Anti-discrimination Legal Framework and Referral Mechanism in Azerbaijan

  
The Manual seeks to enhance awareness of legal practitioners such as judges, prosecutors and lawyers, as well as law-enforcement officers on the non-discrimination principles and to contribute to promoting their full-fledged understanding and practice on human rights protection. Manual is available in both English and Azerbaijani languages.
IOM
2012

Environmental Degradation, Migration, Internal Displacement, and Rural Vulnerabilities in Tajikistan

  
As part of the IOM project on “Building Coordination, Training and Research Capacities of the Government of Tajikistan to Manage Migration”, this report was released in May 2012. IOM collaborated with the national Research Centre “Sharq” in the production of the report which based its finding on qualitative and quantitative surveys in four districts with various types of environmental degradation and migration concerns.
Saodat Olimova and Muzaffar Olimov for IOM
2012

Targeted Initiative for Georgia (TIG) Project “Support Reintegration of Georgian Returning Migrants and the Implementation of the EU-Georgia Readmission Agreement”

  
The Targeted Initiative for Georgia (TIG) project “Support reintegration of Georgian returning migrants and the implementation of the EU-Georgia readmission agreement” is being implemented with financial assistance from the European Union as a leading project of the cooperation betweenGeorgia and EU Member States defined in the Mobility Partnership Declaration signed in November 2009.
IOM, TIG
2012

Caring for Trafficked Persons: Facilitator's Guide

  

 

 

Digər zorakılıq formalarında olduğu kimi insan alveri fiziki və psixoloji zərərlə bağlı olduğundan səhiyyə işçiləri tərəfindən ciddi sağlamlıq riski kimi qəbul edilir.
IOM, eds. Cathy Zimmerman, Rosilyne Borland
2011

Migration and Development in Central Asia

  
IOM is committed to the principle that “humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society”. Within this framework, IOM has a large role to play in supporting the efforts of states to manage labour migration, in particular short-term movements and circular migration.
IOM
2011

Assessment of Labour Market Potential in Armenia

  
The study aims to assess the supply of the labour market in Armenia and the potential labour force Armenia can offer countries with a demand for workforce. To get the complete picture of the workforce potential, the qualifications of the potential migrants were explored, their length of experience in their professions were identified, as well as information was collected about their additionally obtained specializations with the availability or lack of a documented certificate.
IOM
2010

Moldovan Migrants' Health, Impact of the Socio-Economic Welfare

  
A study on health implications of the socio-economic welfare of Moldovan migrants.
IOM, WHO, UNAIDS, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Moldova
2010

Maximizing the Development Impact of Migration-Related Financial Flows and Investment to Bosnia and Herzegovina

  
The hypothesis of this study is that a key migration-related objective of many BiH long-term migrants is to build up a certain level of financial capital during migration - often combined with other important skills and contacts.
IOM, IASCI
2009

Labour Migration Patterns, Policies and Migration Propensity in the Western Balkans

  
The Western Balkan countries remain an area of interest to those with a stake in migration issues. Despite the region’s common recent history, the Western Balkans are very diverse as regards migration issues: some are plagued by poverty and high unemployment rates that generate large outflows of migrants, while others already attract immigrants to fill the labour shortages in certain booming sectors of their economy.
IOM, Marek Kupiszewski, Anna Kicinger, Dorota Kupiszewska, Frederik Hendrik Flinterman, Ilse Pinto-Dobernig