Geneva, July 30, 2017 – Today, The International Оrganization for Мigration (IOM), the United Nations Migration Agency marks the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, aiming to put in the center the suffering of the vast number of victims of trafficking who are confronted with sexual exploitation, forced labor, slavery, organ trafficking.
It is believed that millions are currently victims of trafficking in persons around the world. It is almost impossible to think about each one of those numbers as individual human beings and it can feel like an insurmountable problem.
Signing of donation agreement between the International Organization for Migration and the Ministry of the Interior
Within the framework of the project “Special Measure Supporting the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to Manage its Southern Border in the Context of the European Migration Crisis”, funded by the European Union, the International organization for migration donated equipment to the Ministry of Interior for strengthening of the border police in the management of the migrant crisis
Switzerland – Today (11/07), IOM, the UN Migration Agency, reported that they helped 98,403 migrants return home voluntarily in 2016.