How Changing Behaviour is Beating Malaria in Thailand

A malaria Behaviour Change Communication campaign that uses combinations of multilingual comic books, posters, flip charts, board games and radio broadcasts has reached almost 170,000 beneficiaries over the first two years of the campaign.

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Helping Syrian refugees reach the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

IOM transports Syrians who recently crossed the Turkey-Iraq border to four camps in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). More than 70 buses were deployed and two or more convoys per day were conducted to accommodate the displaced. 

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Missing Migrants Project
Migrant Fatalities Worldwide: Almost 40,000 Since 2000

“Our message is blunt: migrants are dying who need not. It is time to do more than count the number of victims. It is time to engage the world to stop this violence against desperate migrants.” - IOM Director General William Lacy Swing

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Slavery Doesn’t Look Good on You: “Fashioned for Freedom”

An awareness-raising fashion show celebrating brands that ensure nobody is exploited in the creation of their products took to the catwalk at St. Mary’s, Bryanston Square in London’s Marylebone.

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IOM’s new global social media campaign #MigrationMeans continues

What does migration mean to you? Contribute your own stories and participate in a global dialogue on migration!

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