Part 2: Children of Peace
Providing safe and quality education support to conflict-affected children in MindanaoEnter
je suis migrant est une campagne et une plateforme. Nous créons un endroit pour partager les histoires personnelles des réfugiés et des migrants. Nous voulons nous élever contre les stéréotypes anti-migrants et contre le discours...
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. Through its site management teams, IOM, the UN Migration Agency helps new arrivals settle and also ensures equity of services across the settlements it manages. Watch here
“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.
By Varvara Zhluktenko, IOM Ukraine
Cox’s Bazar — Jamalida, 18 years old, lives with her sisters and mother in a makeshift settlement in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Wilson, a 25-year-old Honduran, had recently started his journey towards the United States. On the night of September 7, Wilson was staying in a shelter for migrants in Ixtepec in southern Mexico.
Johora, 60, came to the IOM-supported community clinic in Kutupalong, Ukhiya sub-district, with Shajeda, her 20-year-old daughter-in-law, who is in her eighth month of pregnancy and expecting her first child.