Migrations est une publication trimestrielle de l'Organisation internationale pour les migrations (OIM) et présente les activités en cours de l'Organisation dans le monde entier. OIM Infos est disponible en anglais, français et espagnol.
The Workshop on Migration and Development, held in Geneva on 2-3 February 2005, was organized in cooperation with the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The main objectives of the workshop were to examine why migration should be... Read more
This compilation summarises the most relevant EU acquis documents relating to migration. It provides an overview of the relevant legislation and policy developments.
The EU acquis concerning the short-term entry and admission and departure of third-country nationals is determined to a large extent... Read more
Published several times a year by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Migration is an update on the Organization's activities around the world. Migration is available in English, French and Spanish.
This report seeks to study the process of the return of migrants in the three Republics of South Caucasus and to assess the impact of the return on the migrants' families and communities. The study was based on a sample of 3 categories of returnees: those who returned with the assistance of IOM;... Read more
There is a new willingness in a growing number of European countries to adopt a more innovative approach to returning rejected asylum-seekers and irregular migrants, through trying more explicitly to link return with reintegration and development assistance. Some countries, such as France, the... Read more
In the experience documented in this volume, history represents the important component of a more complex interdisciplinary intervention, one where the principal prospective was, and still is, the psychological recovery/support of a community. In what way does history and its guarantors fit into... Read more
Based on in-depth statistical research, this study analyses the main patterns of resettlement of over 4 million migrants in the Russian Federation since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Among other issues, the report examines regional preferences of returning refugees and forced migrants and their... Read more