Italy, UNOPS and Tunisia signed an agreement for the creation of micro enterprises for young people in the governorates of Medenine and Tataouine.
IOM this week launched an Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) programme in cooperation with Iceland’s Directorate of Immigration.
Over 23,000 migrants received the legal residency status offering them access to the labor market and basic services, such as health and education.
Human trafficking is an issue affecting many countries of Africa. In the last years some local administration became aware of it and try to do something to stop it.
Many European countries faced with the growing migrant flow are building walls and fences to “secure their borders”. But it seems the need for walls is spreading all over the world.
What happens to the drowned migrants? Where will end the bodies collected by search and rescue missions? A Visit to the square of the migrants in the main cemetery of Catania.
The migrant camp known as “The Jungle”, on the outskirts of Calais, France, is being dismantled amidst the protests of migrants, city residents and truckers.
In the first week of July 2016, IOM organized two training sessions on entrepreneurship for 40 returned migrants in Dakar and Touba in Senegal.
During the dangerous travels of migrants, infants, although less numerous, are the more exposed to death,
© photo: Letemps.ch Tension mounts in Como, a city in northern Italy. Hundreds of migrants stranded at the border with Switzerland, which prohibits them from crossing the country in transit to Germany, are trapped in this small town. Since mid-July, migrants of different origin (mainly eastern Africa) stopped at the Chiasso border crossing connecting northern Italy with […]