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The Abu Dhabi Declaration, which was adopted by ministers from 20 countries of origin and destination recognizes that properly managed temporary contractual mobility will benefit both countries of origin and destination and improve the well-being of temporary contractual workers.
Num. 25 - Trafficking in MigrantsTemporary Resident Permits: A New Way to Protect Trafficking Victims?
Compiling and analysing information from the media, governments, inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations, Trafficking in Migrants aims at improving the exchange of information on migrant trafficking. Published quarterly by the International Organization for Migration (IOM),… Read More
Migration, climate change and the environment present a complex set of cross-cutting issues that are of growing importance for all of IOM’s activities. Since 2000, more than 750 projects have been funded and implemented worldwide in the context of IOM’s response to environmental migration. These… Read More
Addressing HIV and mobility fits well within the mandate of IOM, the only international agency to deal with the entire spectrum of migrant and mobile populations during all phases of mobility. Through its HIV programme, IOM works to prevent and counter the misinformation, misunderstanding, and… Read More
Les processus consultatifs régionaux sur la migration (PCR) sont d’importants mécanismes de dialogue informel et non contraignant destinés à favoriser la coopération et les partenariats sur des questions de migration entre les Etats. La présente fiche d’information présente succinctement leurs… Read More