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Within the framework of the project, Understanding and Managing Internal Migration in Mongolia (UMIMM), a study on employment was conducted to improve evidence-based policymaking on internal migration.
Labour Market Assessment: Identifying Opportunities for Vulnerable Vietnamese from Selected Provinces of Viet Nam
Under the project Tackling Modern Slavery in Viet Nam funded by the UK Home Office, IOM Viet Nam conducted a labour market assessment in five key target provinces in Viet Nam (Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Quang Binh).
Vulnerabilities and Risks of Exploitation Encountered by Vietnamese Migrant WorkersA qualitative study of returnees’ labour migration experiences
The qualitative research explores vulnerabilities and risks of exploitation faced by Vietnamese migrant workers during recruitment, employment at destinations, and upon return to Viet Nam.
Migration has become a key aspect of the development discourse in Nepal. Nepal is a major country of origin for labour migration, with more than half of all Nepali households having at least one family member engaged in international or internal migration or living in Nepal as a returned migrant.… Read More
The region covered by the Regional Office in Vienna features diverse economic, environmental, demographic, political, social and migration contexts and trends. Issues and challenges include demographic shifts, skills and labour gaps, human trafficking and stranded migrants, inadequate access to… Read More
The IOM Regional Strategy for Asia and the Pacific identifies the key migration trends and patterns in the Asia-Pacific region and offers comprehensive strategies to address each core issue. Recognizing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in the region, the regional strategy aims to cater… Read More