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Assessing the Evidence: Climate Change and Migration in the United Republic of Tanzania Executive Summary (Swahili)Kutathmini ushahidi: Mabadiliko ya tabia nchi na uhamiaji katika jamhuri ya muungano wa Tanzania
This summary brief in Swahili accompanies the English-language publication Assessing the Evidence: Migration, Environment and Climate Change in the United Republic of Tanzania and is intended for use by policymakers and practitioners.
Setting up System of Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration in Armenia (Armenian)Կամավոր վերադարձի & վերաինտեգրման աջակցության համակարգի ներդրումը Հայաստանում
The present report forms part of the EMERGE project ‘Enhancing Migrants’ Rights and Good Governance in Armenia and Georgia’, funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This initiative aims to strengthen national capacities in the fields of migrants' rights and migration governance in... Read More
Skills Mapping Through Big Data: A case study of Armenian diaspora in the United States of America and France (Armenian)
Armenia has one of the largest and oldest diasporas in the world. Its diaspora has been a driving force for the country’s economic survival and development over the past few decades, primarily by providing humanitarian support and remittances, as well as by implementing philanthropic and... Read More
Governments around the world increasingly see their diasporas not as “lost talent” but as established assets. Notable success stories facilitating establishment of new sectors, emergency aid relief, academic partnerships and others are explored in this report, extracting best practices and... Read More
Migration Data in the Context of the 2030 Agenda: Measuring migration and development in Armenia (Armenian)
On 25 September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, along with a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and accompanying 169 targets designed to guide development initiatives until 2030. For the first time, migration has been... Read More
The aims to strengthen the institutional capacities of the Armenian National Security Service and the Border Guards Troops to respond to migration crises and enhance their role in inter-agency cooperation. The report provides an introduction to the concept of Humanitarian Border Management (HBM),... Read More
The study aims to promote awareness raising among Armenian labour migrants through provision of pre-departure information, which will let the potential migrants make their migration project more successful and will contribute to reducing risk of exploitation, labour trafficking and unfair labour... Read More
Over the last half decade, IOM has implemented many counter-trafficking actions in Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan. Although there have been major improvements in efforts to combat trafficking in human beings (THB) within these countries, as the modes of operation of traffickers continue to evolve... Read More
The “Analysis of Armenian Migration Legislation and Practice as Compared to EU Standards” was conducted by the IOM under the auspices of the Armenian Ministry of Justice and aims to study if and how the national legislation on migration is aligned with EU legislation.
Needs Assessment of Special Accommodation Centres for Foreigners in the Republic of Armenia (Armenian)
The report contains the main findings of the needs assessment of Special Accommodation Centres for Foreigners in Armenia. It addresses the following issues: Policy and Legislation; Detention Management; Detention in the Operational Context; Establishing a Central Migrant Accommodation Centre.
Profile of Potential Labour Migrants: Analytical Report on a Sample Survey Conducted in Armenia (Armenian)
The needs assessment was administered to 300 potential migrants in Armenia to measure the demographic characteristics, social description of potential migrants, their migration preferences, as well as to identify the sources of information for the migrants. The findings of the needs assessment... Read More
The study is the final product of the comprehensive review of migration management in the Republic of Armenia, which was initiated by the Government of the Republic of Armenia and conducted by the International Organization for Migration and the Swedish Migration Board.
The Report follows up on recent reforms of migration management in Armenia and is an update on the 2008 Review of Migration Management in Armenia.
Labour Migration in Armenia: Existing trends and policy options. Report on Needs Assessment of Labour Migration Management in Armenia (Armenian)
This report studies the management of labour migration (both immigration and emigration) in Armenia and suggests solutions for regulating various aspects of labour migration, such as protection of migrant worker's rights and interests, labour market trends and strategies, facilitated arrangements... Read More
Enhancing Migration Data Collection, Processing and Sharing in the Republic of Armenia: Needs Assessment and Gap Analysis Report (Armenian)
It is vital that migration policy is based on credible and comprehensive data and statistics.
Technical Border Needs Assessment: Armenia (Site Visits to Bavra BCP and Zvartnots International Airport) (Armenian)
The Technical Needs Assessment of border crossing control points addresses the border infrastructure available at the time of the assessment. The assessment was conducted within the framework of IOM’s "Capacity building for the Border control detachment of the Border guards troops under the... Read More
The report assesses the relevant laws, policies, services and infrastructures available in Armenia for returning migrants with acute health problems and their degree of implementation. It identifies the gaps in health care system for migrants and returnees with medical problems and suggests... Read More
The study aims to assess the supply of the labour market in Armenia and the potential labour force Armenia can offer countries with a demand for workforce. To get the complete picture of the workforce potential, the qualifications of the potential migrants were explored, their length of experience... Read More
The study was conducted within the framework of IOM’s " Socioeconomic Reintegration Programme for Mine Victims in South Caucasus" Project funded by the Austrian Development Cooperation through ITF and Save the Children’s “Livelihood Improvement through Fostered Employment (LIFE) for People with... Read More
The research studies and assesses irregular migration in Armenia with a focus in immigration, which makes it the first such study. The methodology included desk review, qualitative interviews and survey among immigrants.
The study assesses the state of the arts of migration management in Armenia through the prism of migrants’ human rights.
This survey is the most comprehensive specialized survey on migration in Armenia. It captures 7890 households, a sampling which provides data representative not only on the national level but at the level of administrative units of Armenia. The survey addresses not only internal and external... Read More