World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

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António Vitorino Director General, Director General IOM

The images are unforgettable. Desperate families in sweltering shipping containers and rickety boats. Bodies washed up on shores and beaches following failed voyages. Human beings scarred and broken from years of abuse and exploitation.

29 Jul 2019

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Return and Reintegration: IOM Releases 2018 Highlights

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Geneva – Today (19 July), the International Organization for Migration is releasing the 2018 Return and Reintegration Key Highlights, which provides trends and figures – as well as key initiatives – on the number of migrants assisted to return, voluntarily, to their countries of origin, as well as efforts IOM has made to assist and reintegrate these returnees into their communities during the past year.

23 Jul 2019

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Annual Report IOM the Netherlands 2018 in Seven Key Topics

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In our Annual Report we summarize our activities in the Netherlands in 2018, including key facts and figures.

Last year we expanded our activities and strengthened our position in three fields: Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration, Migration and Development, and Resettlement, Relocation, Family Reunification and Labour Market Integration.

9 Jul 2019

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Selection ED4D Participants

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The results of the ED4D selection have been announced to the selected entrepreneurs. After a competitive process, 20 have been chosen for Ghana and another 20 for Ethiopia.
The business ideas have been reviewed by a jury in the Netherlands (composed of IOM and PUM experts) and a parallel jury in Ghana (IOM and Ghana Investment Promotion Centre) and Ethiopia (IOM and Ethiopian Investment Commission).

5 Jul 2019

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One Child Every Day: Lack of Data Leaves Most Vulnerable Group At Risk - UN Migration Report

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Berlin – A new report from the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC) highlights the need for better data on migrant deaths and disappearances, particularly those of missing migrant children.

28 Jun 2019

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