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The exhibition opus consists of 20 photos featuring lost and forgotten migrant children toys.

The photo exhibition “Memories left behind“ opened in Belgrade

8 October 2018 - The citizens of Belgrade have been presented the photo exhibition „Memories left behind” at the plateau of the Faculty of Philosophy. The exhibition opus consists of 20 photos featuring lost and forgotten migrant children toys that were found in Serbia, thousands of kilometres far from their homes.

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Under the EU funded project: “EU  support to Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia in managing the migration/refugees crisis / Balkan route”, IOM invites all stakeholders and interested legal entities to submit an offer for ... read more

In 2017, 72,176 migrants benefited from IOM’s assisted voluntary return and reintegration (AVRR).

Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration – 2017 Key Highlights

In 2017, 72,176 migrants benefited from IOM’s assisted voluntary return and reintegration (AVRR). When it comes to sex distribution, 68% are male and 32% are female.

Germany is the country from where most AVRR beneficiaries returned – 29,522. Some 46,000 returnees received reintegration assistance.

Every year, millions of migrants are trafficked within and across borders and find themselves trapped in forced labour.

With Public and Private Sectors at Odds, Traffickers Win. Let’s work together to protect its victims.

The world’s workforce has never been more mobile—from the gardener in California to the banker in Singapore. Whether it’s the dishwasher in Rome or the designer in London, we recognize human ambition is on the move, everyone—skilled or unskilled, with work permits or without—is seeking an identical goal: how to deploy their talents in those markets that reward them best.

Text of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration was finalized on Friday, 13 July 2018.

UN agrees first-ever Global Compact on migration

After more than a year of discussions and consultations among Member States, local officials, civil society and migrants themselves, the text of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration was finalized on Friday, 13 July 2018.