Accession to the EU is expected to bring about changes in migratory routes and destinations, as well as social changes in future member states. How will new migration trends affect society in these countries? How will countries characterized by emigration in the 90’s cope with rising immigration... Read more
The psychosocial assistance provided to victims of trafficking in a Transit Center has to deal with the trauma provoked by past experiences and the expectations for life in the future and its accompanying problems.
The objectives of this research was to examine the legal framework in Ireland for addressing the prosecution of perpetrators of trafficking in minors; describe the institutions and services for the protection of unaccompanied minors who are victims of trafficking and their reception into the care... Read more
Romania is one of the main countries of origin in South Eastern Europe for victims of trafficking, most of whom are trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation. The number of trafficking cases and their dynamics in Romania over the last few years speak of a reality that has already settled... Read more
The publication is a collection of the articles presented at the seminar on "Orderly and Humane Migration: An Emerging Development Paradigm" and the seminar proceedings held under the joint auspices of the Institute of Bangladesh Studies (IBS), Rajshahi University and International Organization for... Read more
Human trafficking should be seen against a wide range of trafficking acts and outcomes that involve several stages, the important ones being associated with the organization of the supply of people vulnerable to exploitation and harm; the process of movement and the demand for the service or labour... Read more
Through an analysis of the existing literature and national policies, interviews with key informants, and a survey of target mobile populations identified as potentially vulnerable, the study revealed the following:
The Minimum Standards presented in that booklet, recognize the fact that a significant number of trafficked persons are traumatized by their experiences, and psychological scars often take much longer to heal than physical scars. These Minimum Standards aim to provide a guiding tool for all types... Read more
Return migration has in recent decades emerged as a critical element of many governments' migration policy - an integral part of effective migration management, alongside strong border management and timely and fair asylum processes. It is seen by many as the cornerstone of any successful strategy... Read more
The emigrant population has certain emotional, social and cultural requirements, which they fulfil by maintaining a certain degree of relationship with their origin country. This in many cases result in strong economic, social and cultural interactions. Because of these links, Bangladesh along with... Read more
Romania is one of the main countries of origin in South Eastern Europe for victims of trafficking, most of whom are trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation. The number of trafficking cases and their dynamics in Romania over the last few years speak of a reality that has already settled in... Read more
IOM Moldova has released the first comprehensive assessment of migration management structures conducted in Moldova - a country where one third of the working age population is working abroad, many illegally.
The 53-page assessment, funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency... Read more