Geneva – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) today is calling on the international community including the European Union to find an alternative safe disembarkation mechanism for...
Bangui - Forced displacement is undoubtedly a life-changing event. While the often-traumatic experience of displacement cannot be undone, the possibility to return to locations of origin in a safe, dignified and sustainable manner can bring hope and alleviate suffering after displacement.
Picture the scene.
It’s a typical IOM conference in a hotel in a distant city. You walk into the elevator, press the button to go outside for some fresh air and after the elevator doors close, everything suddenly turns to black.
In the busy town of Maputsoe, in Lesotho on the border with South Africa, a hairdresser recounts how her engagement with an IOM change agent led to important shifts in her knowledge about family planning, provided pivotal counselling, and helped f
The annual Global Entrepreneurship Week (GFW) campaign raises awareness of and promotes entrepreneurship initiatives.
Information is power, runs the popular adage. However, being informed about the risks he would endure along the migration routes was not enough to keep Rex home.