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Vienna – Far too often we see sensational headlines where migration is portrayed in a negative light.
IOM’s latest Flow Monitoring Survey in Turkey shows that a majority of migrants and refugees leaving their countries of origin have reported Turkey as their intended destination at the time of departure from their country of origin, especially...
Kyiv – “Ukraine is the largest displacement crisis in Europe since the Balkan wars,” according to Argentina Szabados, IOM, the UN Migration Agency’s Regional Director for Southeastern and Eastern Europe and Central Asia. “Now in...
Chisinau — In the first three months of 2018, Moldovan authorities registered 44 cases of trafficking in persons, which involved 108 victims including 22 children.
Baku – Today (12/06) in Baku, IOM and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) formally begin a new humanitarian initiative in Azerbaijan.
Over 500 tablet computers have been distributed by IOM and the EU to Georgia's Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA). The equipment will strengthen capacities in developing intelligence-led policing and crime prevention in the country, streamlining...
Chisinau — After being downgraded last year in the influential US Department of State Trafficking in Persons (TiP) Report, IOM, the UN Migration Agency and the Government of the Republic of Moldova ha
“See a child begging? Call the police!” UN Migration Agency Calls on Ukrainians to Fight Child ExploitationMay 22, 2018
Kyiv – We see them in the metro. We see them in pedestrian tunnels. We see them in the streets. Every day we see begging children, but usually we just ignore them.
Facing Complex and Evolving Migration Patterns Across South-eastern, Eastern Europe and Central AsiaMay 22, 2018
Vienna – Global migration dynamics are becoming ever more complex, and nowhere is this truer than in the region encompassed by IOM’s Vienna Regional Office: South-eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, and C