Radio Programmes Where Migrants Are Messengers
World Radio Day gives us an opportunity to show how radio can have a determining role in the present migration context.Enter
Managing Bangladesh's Sprawling Rohingya Refugee Settlements
With close to a million refugees living in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, managing the sites is an essential part of the humanitarian response to the crisis. Watch here
Geneva (IOM) – Every Olympian, in their way, is a migrant—undertaking a life-changing journey towards their goal of athletic perfection.
“A client called at night and ordered a girl. I was sleeping when suddenly I was told to go to the client. He was already drunk and aggressive. I was scared to stay with him. He made me drink and I had to obey."
Geneva – Around the world, brave women (and some men) have been breaking the silence surrounding sexual harassment and abuse committed by those in positions of power. Their courage is paving the way for others to speak out about their own experiences.
In 2017 alone, more than 442,000 people were forced to leave their homes and livelihoods in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) eastern North Kivu due to clashes between militia, counter efforts to neutralize militia and atrocities agains
Helping improve internally displaced people’s living conditions.
We met Mamadou, 23, last year at IOM’s transit centre in Niger. Exhausted and traumatized after his journey, Mamadou couldn’t wait to go back to Guinea-Conakry and reunite with his mother.