Regardless of where they are born, people can contribute to making our communities better places for us to live and call home. To mark Refugee Week 2021, we celebrate the strength and resilience of refugees by telling their stories of hardships overcome, lives rebuilt and dreams fulfilled.
London – The COVID-19 pandemic, and the various measures the government has taken to combat it, has changed almost every aspect of life for people living in the UK, including the country’s diverse migrant community.
Refugee Week 2020: IOM UK Again Joins with Together Productions in Support of Migrants and Refugees, Combat Xenophobia
London – IOM UK is proud to be partnering with Together Productions for the fourth year, joining this common mission to unite people from different backgrounds, combat xenophobia and showcase new music celebrating the strength and resilience of refugees and migrants.
We are approaching Refugee Week a bit differently this year, and we would love you to join us in celebrating the resilience of refugees and host communities all around the world. The stories of their courage can be more than ever a guiding light for many of us during these challenging times.
IOM UK is offering a webinar, available on multiple dates, targeting frontline staff working on the COVID-19 response at a community level, to provide an overview of engaging migrant communities, diaspora leaders and migrant-led community organisations in a partnership approach to develop and communicate successful response measures.
London – IOM will provide practical support to UK Nationals who may find it harder to complete all their residency applications to secure and maintain their residency rights in EU.
IOM Launches Guidance to Improve Protection and Assistance for Migrants Vulnerable to Violence, Exploitation and Abuse
Geneva – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is launching today (20/02) a new suite of publications to support the identification of vulnerabilities associated with migration and improv
London, Brussels – During the height of arrivals of refugees and migrants to Europe in 2015, more than 90,000 unaccompanied migrant children sought asylum on the continent.
Brussels – Refugees resettling to the European Union (EU) bring diverse skills, and the majority want to find work and improve their language skills, according to a new report launched today (12/07) in Brussels at the closing event of an International Organization for Migration (IOM) project, to improve the integration of resettled refugees.
Bristol – Cities are at the forefront in managing the benefits and the challenges migration and inclusion can bring.
To mark Refugee Week 2021, IOM UK invites you to join this webinar with award-winning photographer Robin Hammond.
To mark Refugee Week 2021, watch "The Man Who Fell From the Sky" and join us for panel discussion on the complex reasons behind migration decision making and risky journeys.