DIRECT ASSISTANCE TO THE BENEFICIARIES IN THE RECEPTION CENTRE VIZBEGOVO

Beside the renovation works done within the project “Enhancing the capacities of the Reception Centre for asylum seekers “Vizbegovo“ funded by the Council of Europe Development Bank – CEB, IOM is also providing direct assistance support to the Reception Centre beneficiaries.  Based on well-established collaboration with the Reception Centre officials, IOM has supported the beneficiaries […]

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COMMUNITY DIALOGUES AND YOUTH INITIATIVES

In September IOM Skopje has organized three day MoviEQ workshops in Studenichani, Labunishta and Lipkovo, under the project “Moving towards sustainable approaches in preventing violent extremism in the Western Balkans – Phase III” funded by the UK Government. MoviEQ is IOM’s methodology based on Integrative Complexity theory developed by IC thinking® team – Cambridge University. […]

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FIELD WORK OF THE FIVE MOBILE TEAMS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Regarding the work of the mobile teams for identification, referral and assistance to victims of trafficking and potential VoTs, that is supported by the EU funded project “Strengthening the national capacities in the area of asylum, migration and trafficking in human beings”, for the period March – September 2018 total 255 beneficiaries were contacted, informed […]

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“Focus on People” IOM Regional Director Tells Key Academic Conference in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Ohrid – With over one billion people on the move globally, and 250 million international migrants, the scale of the migration phenomenon often masks the fact that every migrant has a unique story. This was the theme of a keynote speech delivered by IOM’s Regional Director Argentina Szabados on Wednesday (05/09) at a conference organized […]

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MIXED MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

Compilation of Available Data and Information August 2018 HIGHLIGHTS   According to the compilation of available data from national authorities and IOM offices, a total of 87,776 migrants and refugees arrived in Europe between January and August 2018. Estimated 79 per cent of the overall population crossed the Mediterranean Sea (69,614), mainly using the Western […]

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