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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.

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
2009

Caring for Trafficked Persons: Guidance for Health Providers

  

 

 

For many trafficked persons, the physical and psychological aftermath of a trafficking experience can be severe and enduring. Health providers may come into contact with victims of trafficking at different stages of the trafficking process and at different stages of their recovery. For health practitioners, diagnosing and treating trafficked persons can be exceptionally challenging.
IOM, eds. Cathy Zimmerman, Rosilyne Borland
2008

Migration in Georgia: A Country Profile 2008

  
“Migration in Georgia: A Country Profile 2008” is part of a series of migration profiles produced by IOM Budapest within the “Black Sea Consultative Process on Migration Management” project, funded from IOM’s 1035 Facility. Georgia is primarily a country of origin of migrants with flows directed mainly towards the Russian Federation, United States, Greece, Germany, Turkey, Austria, and a number of other EU member states.
IOM
2007

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Migration Profile 2007

  
The Migration Profiles in South-Eastern Europe were created partly in reaction to the EU Council Conclusions of June 2007 on Extending and Enhancing the Global Approach to Migration, based on the Commission Communications of May 2007 on applying the Global Approach to migration to the Eastern and South-Eastern regions neighbouring the European Union and on circular migration and mobility partnerships, which particularly calls for drawing up country-specific migration profiles.
IOM
1997

Ecological Migrants in Belarus: Returning Home after Chernobyl

  
This report presents the results of a feasibility study regarding Chernobyl-related migration issues in Belarus. The study seeks to determine the roles necessary to support and strengthen the country’s medical infrastructure dealing with the consequences of the Chernobyl accident, in order to ensure that persons who were displaced by the accident and who are again returning to the affected areas will have improved access to health services.
IOM

Risk Analysis on Return Migration and Challenges in Central Asia

  
The aim of this analysis is to validate the research findings of the 2017 IOM CA/Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Nazarbayev Center)/ USAID Dignity and Rights Regional Field Assessment
IOM

Migration and Border Management in SEEECA

  
Brief of RO Vienna strategy and priorities in SEEECA
IOM