Return Migration in Austria is the contribution of the National Contact Point (NCP) Austria to the third European Pilot Study on Return Migration in the EU Member States, which is compiled by the European Migration Network (EMN).
Besides the Austrian NCP, country studies will be compiled by the... Read more
The report, “Managing Migration in Ireland: A Social and Economic Analysis”, prepared by IOM on behalf of Ireland’s National Economic and Social Council (NESC) shows that while immigration has largely had a positive effect on the Irish economy, the country needs to have a long-term immigration... Read more
The presentation of this report reflects the topics on the agenda of a conference with the same title organized jointly by the Ministry in charge of the Moroccan Community Residing Abroad and IOM, which was held in Rabat, Morocco, on 5-6 December 2005. The meeting explored the role of religion in... Read more
The research clarifies the issue of smuggling of migrants, distinguishes it from trafficking in persons and irregular migration and elaborates on its link to human rights. General trends and patterns of smuggling of migrants are analysed before addressing the issue in Central Asian context. Three... Read more
El estudio "La trata de personas en Paraguay", describe y analiza desde un abordaje cualitativo, las causas económicas y culturales que dan origen a este fenómeno y las especificidades que adquiere a nivel local tipificando el perfil de la víctima, el victimario y su modus operandi.
Identifica las... Read more
Estas memorias son la recopilación del intercambio de experiencias entre los gobiernos de Estados Unidos, República Dominicana y Colombia en la lucha contra la Trata de Personas que ocurrió en Bogotá - Colombia del 12 al 16 de julio de 2004.
Human trafficking has become a global business, reaping huge profits for traffickers and organized crime syndicates, generating massive human rights violations, and causing serious problems for governments. Despite the magnitude of the problem, however, it has only recently seized policy makers’... Read more
Human trafficking has become a global business, reaping huge profits for traffickers and organized crime syndicates, generating massive human rights violations, and causing serious problems for governments. Despite the magnitude of the problem, however, it has only recently seized policy makers'... Read more
In 2004 IOM launched a policy research series on interstate cooperation on migration in order to address this gap in research. With the generous support of the Swiss Foundation for Population, Migration and Environment, IOM commissioned five research papers for presentation at the Second Conference... Read more
The IOM Technical Cooperation Centre for Europe and Central Asia in Vienna published the report “Fertile Fields: Trafficking in Persons in Central Asia” by Professor Liz Kelly. The report maps out the regional patterns of trafficking in persons in Central Asia, outlines the links to labour... Read more