Issue number 6 of the IOM Harare Newsletter updates readers on IOM’s response to a natural disaster, our outreach to youth and communities on safe migration, the ongoing health assistance provided by mobile clinics, an innovative programme on migration and development, our response to human... Read more
IOM´s Caribbean Counter-Trafficking Model Legislation and Explanatory Guidelines is a resource for stakeholders in government and civil society wishing to improve domestic legislation and policy to address the crime of trafficking in persons in the Caribbean.
The brochure marks the fifteen years of IOM’s operations in Armenia. The brochure concisely dwells on the most important points and projects of the organization’s operations in Armenia since 1993 and illustrates the main achievements in the recent years in the areas of Technical Cooperation on... Read more
The Situation Report on International Migration in East and South-East Asia covers migration dynamics in 16 countries within the region and is a collaborative effort by all the organizations that participate in the Regional Thematic Working Group on International Migration including Human... Read more
The trafficking of women for the purpose of sexual exploitation received considerable attention prior to the 2006 World Cup in Germany. It was widely suggested that this sporting event would contribute to an increase in prostitution and a sharp increase in the number of women trafficked to Germany... Read more
International Migration is a refereed quarterly review of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on current migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, and sociologists all over the world. The journal is edited at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of... Read more
IOM has had some 13 years of experience in implementing counter-trafficking activities and has provided assistance to over 14,000 victims of trafficking in all regions of the world. With a growing number of organizations, especially local non-governmental organizations, now providing or intending... Read more
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member countries are always looking for ways to improve their response to trafficking in persons. However, these efforts are being held back by a lack of relevant, reliable data on trafficking. Recognizing this problem, in 2005, the ASEAN member... Read more
This study was conducted in three provinces on Cambodia – Koh Kong, Kampong Som, and Siem Reap. The research aim for the project was to map the process and mechanisms of trafficking within Cambodia for two target groups, Commercially Sexually Exploited Women and Girls (CSEWGs) and child domestic... Read more
Migration from Nigeria to Europe has attracted considerable attention from governments and the media. This is partly because some elements of this migration flow are related to trafficking in persons and other criminal activities, and also because Nigerians have become prominent among sub-Saharan... Read more
Migration in the Americas is a quarterly newsletter that provides insight to IOM activities in the Western Hemisphere. This publication includes articles written in both English and Spanish.
Migration in the Americas March 2006 edition includes articles from the Caribbean, Colombia, Ecuador, Haiti... Read more