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Migrant children have lower learning outcomes when they are not given adequate support.Photo: UNHCR/Socrates Baltagiannis

IOM, UNHCR and UNICEF Urge European States to Boost Education for Refugee and Migrant Children

Brussels/Geneva, 11 September 2019  – Three UN agencies are calling on European States to increase resources and practical support for their school systems to ensure all refugee, asylum-seeking and migrant children can access and stay in quality education.

Andrey Zhukov, a famous Belarusian sound-producer and sound-designer, was used as slave labour to made a recording studio.

Press release on the occasion of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

Geneva - The images are unforgettable. Desperate families in sweltering shipping containers and rickety boats. Bodies washed up on shores and beaches following failed voyages. Human beings scarred and broken from years of abuse and exploitation.

“CLOSE(D)“ is a 40-minute documentary showcasing migration issues in Serbia, focusing on migrants from Asia and Africa.

Premiere of the documentary “CLOSE(D)“

“CLOSE(D)“, a 40-minute documentary showcasing migration issues in Serbia, focusing on migrants from Asia and Africa, was premiered on Thursday 18 July 2019 at 8 pm in the movie theater of Jugoslovenska kinoteka in Belgrade.

The panel discussion has been organised  in the framework of the project “Enhancing Social Protection for Migrants in Vulnerable Situation in Serbia“.

Panel discussion “Experiences and good practices in supporting and protecting migrants in a vulnerable situation in Serbia“

Panel discussion „Experiences and good practices in supporting and protecting migrants in a vulnerable situation in Serbia“ took place on Thursday, 20 June 2019 in the premises of Media center in Nis.

The presentation was followed by discussion among the participants from various civil society as well as international organizations.

Training program for improving the quality of provision of psycho-social support services presented

Presentation of the training curriculum for improving the quality of provision of psycho-social support services (PSS) to migrants in vulnerable situation in Serbia took place on 6 June 2019 in the premises of the Republic Institute for Social Protection (RISP).