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Migration Governance Indicators Profile 2021 | Republic of Tajikistan (Tajik)НИШОНДИҲАНДАҲОИ ИДОРАКУНИИ МУҲОҶИРАТ ҶУМҲУРИИ ТОҶИКИСТОН ПРОФИЛИ 2021
Лоиҳаи Нишондиҳандаҳои Идоракунии Муҳоҷират (НИМ) хулосаи соҳаҳои хуб рушдёфтаи идоракунии муҳоҷират дар Тоҷикистон ва инчунин соҳаҳои дорои рушди минбаъдаро, ки тавассути НИМ арзёбӣ шудааст, пешниҳод мекунад. НИМ маҷмӯи тақрибан 90 нишондиҳандаи стандартӣ буда, ба кишвар дар арзёбӣ намудани… Read More
The manual was prepared with the aim to inform the secondary school teachers and students about human trafficking and exploitation. This third edition was updated by IOM taking into account the changes in the legal and institutional frameworks to combat human trafficking in the Republic of Armenia.
The “Analysis of Armenian Migration Legislation and Practice as Compared to EU Standards” was conducted by the IOM under the auspices of the Armenian Ministry of Justice and aims to study if and how the national legislation on migration is aligned with EU legislation.
The brochure contains messages on the risks of human trafficking and promotes safe migration behaviour. It also contains contact information of relevant State Agencies in the referral mechanism for the prevention of trafficking as well as assistance to trafficked persons, including the national… Read More
The factsheet accounts on IOM’s programme activities and operations in Armenia. It describes IOM’s main achievements in Armenia in the following fields: Technical Cooperation on Migration, including policy reform and Capacity Building in Migration Management; Labour Migration; Combating… Read More
The Student’s book is part of an education kit prepared by IOM for schoolchildren aged 15-17. The kit comprises “Human Trafficking: Students Book”; “Human Trafficking: Teacher’s Book”; “Human Trafficking: Booklet for Parents;” pocket-size info card; poster; educational video and PSA. The Student’… Read More
The manual is intended for students and lecturers of higher educational institutions. It can be instructive for sociologists, educators, journalists, psychologists and other professionals who deal with human trafficking issues. Its key objective is to provide lecturers and educators with the… Read More
The handbook summarizes and systematizes IOM’s experience in direct assistance to VoTs. IOM recognizes that each victim is unique and requires and desires different assistance. As well, the nature of trafficking is different around the world and is ever evolving, requiring changing responses.… Read More
For health-care providers, trafficking in persons is best understood as a serious health risk because as with other forms of violence, it is associated with physical and psychological harm. Health providers may come into contact with victims of trafficking at different stages of the trafficking… Read More
Caring for Trafficked Persons brings together the collective experience of a broad range of experts from international organizations, universities and civil society in addressing the consequences of human trafficking.
The Teacher’s book is part of an education kit prepared by IOM for schoolchildren aged 15-17. The kit comprises “Human Trafficking: Students Book”; “Human Trafficking: Teacher’s Book”; “Human Trafficking: Booklet for Parents;” pocket-size info card; poster; educational video and PSA. The Teacher’… Read More
This booklet was prepared with a mission to inform the public at large about human trafficking consisting in the exploitation of persons and prevent the rates and consequences of this crime which is today at the center of growing public attention worldwide. This booklet was published in the… Read More
As part of a campaign on preventing human trafficking, the IOM and its partner NGO-s (the Armenian UN Association; Education for Sustainable Development Foundation and Helsinki Citizens Assembly) organized an Essay Competition on Trafficking issues with involvement of junior Journalist clubs. In… Read More
International Migration Law N°28 - Laws for Legal Immigration in the 27 EU Member States. Volume 1 (Armenian)
International Migration Law N°28 - “Laws for Legal Immigration in the 27 EU Member States.
International Migration Law N°29 - Laws for Legal Immigration in the 27 EU Member StatesVolume 2 (Armenian)
International Migration Law N°29 - “Laws for Legal Immigration in the 27 EU Member States.
This booklet was prepared as a guide on counter-trafficking for consular officers from the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stationed throughout the world. Prepared within the framework of the “Capacity Building for the Consular Personnel in Counter-Trafficking: Armenia” Project funded by the… Read More
Processing Readmission Cases in Armenia: Guide and Training Materials for Officials of the State Bodies Mandated to Process Readmission Cases (Armenian)
Presented in orderly fashion, this manual contains useful information on the readmission process, as well as detailed references to the Agreement signed between the Republic of Armenia and the European Union on 19 April 2013. The manual also spells out individual articles of the Agreement,… Read More
The study is the final product of the comprehensive review of migration management in the Republic of Armenia, which was initiated by the Government of the Republic of Armenia and conducted by the International Organization for Migration and the Swedish Migration Board.
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
The Report follows up on recent reforms of migration management in Armenia and is an update on the 2008 Review of Migration Management in Armenia.
Thе guide is aimed to inform temporary migrants about their rights and obligations in Sweden, about the threats of labour exploitation and possible trafficking in humans.
The research studies and assesses irregular migration in Armenia with a focus in immigration, which makes it the first such study. The methodology included desk review, qualitative interviews and survey among immigrants.
The study assesses the state of the arts of migration management in Armenia through the prism of migrants’ human rights.