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A female migrant engages in a tapestry MHPSS activity on International Women Day 2023. © IOM 2023/Eva SIBANDA
On 22nd February 2024, the Migrant Protection Platform hosted the public webinar "Mental Health and Psychosocial Perspectives on Migration, Return and Reintegration , based on programmatic examples from the East and Horn of Africa and the West and Central...
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Launch of the Migrant Protection Platform at the IOM Auditorium on 29 January 2024
The Migrant Protection Platform has officially launched on 29 January 2024.
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Frederic, 26.  Informatic Teacher © International Organization for Migration
As 2023 draws to a close, the Migrant Protection Platform reflects on this year’s accomplishments.
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Happy migrated from Malawi to South Africa in search for better opportunities to sustain his family.© International Organization for Migration 2022
IOM commemorates International Migrants Day on December 18th, recognizing the invaluable contribution of migrants worldwide.
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A mobile user from the International Organization for Migration is seeking assistance. © International Organization for Migration
On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December), the Migrant Protection Platform joins the global community in reflecting on inclusivity, reinforcing its commitment to fortify its accessibility.
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Migrants in Ethiopia boarding an IOM bus to reach a temporary camp. Credit: IOM, 2022.
The award-winning IMPACT study was an impact evaluation of the ‘EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration in the Horn of Africa’, a flagship programme to save lives, protect and assist migrants along key migration routes in Africa.
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Participants of the Central and North America peer learning exchange on return, readmission and sustainable reintegration
The United Nations Network on Migration organized the first peer learning exchange between Central American countries and Mexico on safe, dignified and rights-based return and readmission of migrants and their sustainable reintegration.
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IOM committed to advance gender-sensitive reintegration
During a two-day workshop in Ghana, IOM and BMZ regionally presented the research study “Gendered Reintegration Experiences and Gender Sensitive / Responsive / Transformative Approaches to Reintegration”.
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Unaccompanied migrant children eat a meal together at IOM's Migration Response Centre where they are being cared for as they wait to be returned home. IOM conducts family tracing for unaccompanied children. IOM/Olivia Headon 2018  © International Organization for Migration 2018
The webinar aims to present the research findings and recommendations to a wide interagency audience and provide a platform for questions and discussion on child trafficking, ahead of some relevant key events planned for the remainder of 2023.
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Migrants receiving information from IOM
On September 18 at 3.30pm (CEST) the Return and Reintegration Platform hosted the public webinar "Migration, Gender and Protection: Working Towards Transformative Approaches”. Simultaneous interpretation was available in English, French and Spanish.
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Sandra, a returnee assisted by IOM and the local municipality to reintegrate into Guazapa through professional training and a seed capital to set up a microbusiness © IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022
IOM and the Government of El Salvador organised the second edition of the Specialised Workshop on Journalism and Migration.
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ICAT Webinar Series 2023 on Data Gathering, Analysis and Visualization | 01 June 2023
The Interagency Working Group against Trafficking in Persons’ (ICAT) is organizing the Webinar Series 2023 on Data Gathering, Analysis and Visualization. The first webinar will take place on 1 June 2023 at 10 am and 4 pm CET.
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Happy, a Malawian returnee, was introduced to a local agricultural cooperative and attended business trainings. IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022
The event presented the findings and case studies from latest reports released by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and produced by Samuel Hall.
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Participants follow proceedings at the Regional Stocktaking workshop in Nairobi (Kenya) on the evidence on migrant protection and reintegration in the Horn of Africa. The workshop was organized  by IOM Regional Office for the East and Horn of Africa. Photo: Kenneth Odiwuor/IOM/2023
The IOM Regional Office for the East and Horn of Africa hosted (11-13 of April) a Regional Stocktaking workshop in Nairobi (Kenya) on the evidence on migrant protection and reintegration in the Horn of Africa.
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Natia migrated to Belgium to seek better opportunities for her family but had to return to Georgia to closely support her son. Credit: IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022
The Platform takes steps towards the fulfilment of international accessibility standards and recognizes the rapid evolution of digital ecosystems and tools.
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Kateness migrated from Malawi to South Africa in search for better opportunities when she saw her cousin taking that same path. However once there, she didn't found what she hoped for. Having reached out to IOM, she was assisted with return and reintegration support. Credit: IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022
During the event, the World Bank, IOM and partners provided insights on the methodology, as well as on the recommendations used to conduct longitudinal studies.
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Happy and another community member, walking in an agricultural field. Happy was assisted with IOM's support to return and reintegrate in Malawi. CREDIT IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022
These improvements specifically targeting the accessibility have been implemented while recognizing the rapid evolvement of the digital ecosystems and tools, and therefore the need to consider them as part of a continuous work in progress.
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Beneficiary of IOM’s integrated approach to reintegration in the Philippines | IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022 © International Organization for Migration 2022
The EU-IOM Knowledge Management Hub (KMH) hosted the public event "Building evidence and harmonizing approaches on reintegration: lessons from KMH", bringing together experts, practitioners and policymakers.
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An IOM staff in El Salvador visiting a returnee's barber shop, opened as part of a reintegration programme. IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022 © International Organization for Migration 2022
The EU-IOM Knowledge Management Hub (KMH) has made available the package of tools  for the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of return and reintegration programmes in three languages, English and French and now also Spanish.
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Migration Forums, established in the framework of the Prottasha project in Bangladesh    © IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022
Invitation to the Prottasha project closure event “Prottasha – Hope for Migrants” on 13th December 2022 from 9.30 am to 7.00pm (UTC +6).