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@IOM_Somalia: Women living in displacement sites across Somalia are saying NO to violence against women and girls. #16Days of Activism against gender-based violence is an opportunity to make a difference for the better. Let’s stand together in solidarity! #OrangeTheWorld @w_participation https://t.co/5rI8KDGHdA
@UNmigration: The World Migration Report 2022 was launched today by @IOMchief! Read and download the report here: https://t.co/2wmlbXbPnK #WMR2022 https://t.co/iHs4PKCawU
@immigrationIRL: Did you know? Immigrant Council provides free, confidential advice to migrant women in situations of domestic violence. Our team of Community Navigators are trained to provide info & advice in areas of domestic violence & the immigration system: https://t.co/wvbSQLd1Th #16Days https://t.co/rcK1sTmyYr
This week, we had the opportunity to meet with representatives from the Embassies of Malawi, D.R. of Congo, Mauritius, Bolivia and Zimbabwe, in London, to discuss new and more effective ways to assist migrants in need. Looking forward to future collaborations. https://t.co/2j2iuyUqyR
@immigrationIRL: Join the Immigrant Council for the launch of our TRIPS #AntiHumanTrafficking project country report & toolkit created for frontline service providers supporting survivors of trafficking. This is an online event taking place Thurs 9 Dec 9.30am. Register: https://t.co/f43YJ0NFRD https://t.co/kaWskopx77
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Our Campaigns

  • I am a migrant

    I am a migrant is about humanizing migrants’ stories of migration and providing a platform to present their narratives in their own words.This project can help change the lens through which people view migrants and migration.

  • IOM X

    IOM X is the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) innovative campaign to encourage safe migration and public action to stop human trafficking and exploitation.

  • Protect Project

    PROTECT – Preventing sexual and gender-based violence against migrants and strengthening support to victims.

  • SURE- Sustinable Reintegration in Brazil

    The SURE project sets up a referral and coordination mechanism
    that promotes a more sustainable reintegration for returning migrants in Brazil.