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This report – a collaboration between IOM and Samuel Hall in the framework of the Cooperation on Migration and Partnerships to Achieve Sustainable Solutions (COMPASS) programme, funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands – presents findings...
The Return Counselling Toolkit is a capacity-building instrument aimed at providing a harmonized and coherent approach to return counselling based on key migrant-centred principles. Accompanied by operational tools that can facilitate the work of return...
This handbook presents the determinants of migrant vulnerability (DOMV) model for analyzing and responding to migrant vulnerability. The DOMV model is specifically designed to address the protection and assistance needs of a specific subset of migrants: those...
This Handbook aims to provide practical guidance on the design, implementation and monitoring of reintegration assistance for returnees. While reintegration is a process taking place in different return contexts (for example following spontaneous, forced or...
These Guidelines are intended mainly for individual, non-clinical case managers providing direct support and assistance to migrants with protection and assistance needs, including children. Recognizing that case management for children requires specialized...
The Compendium of Good Practices in Enabling Access to Legal Identity for Undocumented Migrants is a tool developed by IOM to guide Member States in establishing legal identity to uphold the rights of migrants and of their children, without putting them at...
Understanding the needs of migrant workers across the labour migration life cycle, this reintegration manual offers practical guidance on designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating reintegration assistance programmes for returning migrant workers in...
This document provides guidance to support the design and implementation of effective counter-trafficking projects that fit within a cohesive approach to thematic programming across the Organization focusing on what works and what we do best to achieve greater...
La Evaluación Rápida de Evidencia Sobre Riesgos de Protección de Población Migrante en Suramérica analiza las posibles vulneraciones de derechos a las que pueden verse expuestas las personas migrantes en la región, destacando los factores que inciden en la...
There is an acute lack of quality evidence and research available to inform the development of national policies and programmes to combat trafficking in persons (TIP). This is largely due to the lack of data available to researchers and policymakers...
This Pocket Guide and its supporting materials provide all humanitarian practitioners with information on: How to support a survivor of gender-based violence (GBV) Who discloses their experience of GBV with you In a context where there is no GBV actor...
The Call to Action on Protection from Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies (Call to Action) is a groundbreaking global initiative to fundamentally transform the way gender-based violence (GBV) is addressed in humanitarian action. The aim is to drive change and...
This manual is a practical guide to providing hands-on training on countering migrant smuggling for both practitioners and those new to the thematic area. Developed by experts from IOM’s African Capacity Building Centre (ACBC), the manual is an Africa-oriented...
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Nigeria produced two manuals on strengthening law enforcement response to gender-based violence and trafficking in persons in the current humanitarian situation in North-East Nigeria. The manuals were...
There is increasing awareness that trafficking in persons (TIP) and humanitarian crises are connected, as crises can exacerbate pre-existing trafficking trends and patterns, or create conditions for new forms of exploitation to proliferate. While evidence of...
The Guidance is the product of two years of consultations between the Global Protection Cluster Task Team on Anti-Trafficking in Humanitarian Action and protection cluster colleagues and partners. The objective of the Guidance is to introduce humanitarian...
Why are migrant centres so important? Migration journeys are interrupted when people get stranded along their route without any form of protection, shelter, food or health care, and this is when situations become critical. IOM, Governments and partners have...
This booklet is based on the evaluation and lessons learnt of the programme “Supporting Young Entrepreneurs in The Gambia” (#Standing4Youth), a comprehensive entrepreneurship support project implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM)...
In 2004, a new initiative began between the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) to develop performance indicators for counter-trafficking (CT) projects. As part...
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...