Get Involved

There are many ways you can support IOM UK’s work and assist us in our mission to raise awareness on migration issues. By getting involved in our campaigns, attending our events, joining our Facebook and Twitter discussions, you’ll provide a valuable contribution to the migration dialogue we aim to raise. From diaspora community members to private and public organisations, there are numerous ways to collaborate.


  Training                                                                              i am a  migrant  I  i am a refugee

                                              

If you are interested in learning more about human trafficking and feel you would benefit from training on the identification of victims of trafficking, please contact us at ctuk@iom.int.                                                                                                                                              

Contact Stronger Together here if you are a supermarket supplier and require training for your staff to learn more about human trafficking  within supply chains.

                                                                                                                           

i am a migrant  I  i am a refugee is about humanising migrants and refugees' stories of migration and providing a platform to present their narratives in their own words. This project can help change the lengs through which people view migrants and migration. Share your own story here

                            Diaspora engagement                                                              

                                             

IOM UK conducts research, focus group discussions, and surveys on 
specific diaspora issues. As and when diaspora engagement projects 
come up, we would love to hear from you and get your valuable 
opinion. We are currently working on a Somalia diaspora engagement
 project, but if you are a member of another diaspora, please contact 
us on iomuk@iom.int for future engagement. To find out more about 
IOM UK’s projects in diaspora engagement, click here.

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