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International Women’s Day - IOM Director General Swing: 'Integrate Migrant Women into Development Agenda'

Intl Women Day tumb 152x109Geneva, 7 March 2014 - The International Organization for Migration calls today on levitra for cheap the international community to ensure that migrant women are not left behind in the ongoing discussions on the post-2015 development agenda. 

 

Observing International Women’s Day (8 March), IOM Director General, William Lacy Swing, emphasized the urgency to more systematically and thoroughly address the often unique situation of migrant women. “We have now recognized that migrant women are half of the international migrant population. However, we too often pay lip service when it comes to acknowledging and responding to their specific circumstances and needs”, stated Ambassador Swing.

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"IT’S TIME TO TAKE ACTION AND SAVE LIVES OF MIGRANTS CAUGHT IN CRISIS" – William Lacy Swing, IOM Director General

migrantsday2013Geneva 17 December 2013 - The International Organization for Migration warns today that unless the use levitra international community takes decisive action to address the causes of irregular migration, more migrant lives will be lost at the hands of people smugglers and traffickers.

 

Observing International Migrants Day (18 December) the Organization’s Director General, William Lacy Swing noted that 2013 may have been the costliest year on record in terms of lives lost, for migrants seeking to getting viagra cross international borders clandestinely.

“We will never know the true total, as many migrants died anonymously in deserts, in oceans or in other accidents,” stated Ambassador Swing. “However, our figures show that at least 2,360 migrants died this year while chasing the dream of a new life. These people are desperate – not even a very real fear of buy cheap propecia death prevents them from making their journey.”

 

INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY 2013 - http://migrantsday.iom.int/

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IOM launches 2013 World Migration Report

wmr2013-tbSeptember 2013 - The World Migration Report 2013: Migrant Well-Being and Development, launched by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Geneva, presents for the first time a global picture of the well-being of migrants.


Drawing on the findings of a Gallup World Poll, which surveyed more than 25,000 migrants in over 150 countries, the report takes a fresh look at what life is really like for migrants in the world today, whether they migrate to and between rich countries in the North, or to and between poorer countries in the South.

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Counter-trafficking campaign 2012

ct-campaign_news_fairytale_152x98IOM Helsinki launched the express cialis delivery second joint counter-trafficking campaign in cooperation with the Finnish Ombudsperson for Minorities on 3 December 2012. Themed ‘Human Trafficking is viagra discussionsdiscount priced viagra not a Fairy Tale’, the campaign aims to raise awareness within the general public about human trafficking in Finland.

 

There are hundreds of victims of best cialis 5mg prices human trafficking, even in Finland. However, identification of victims is difficult as human trafficking is a fairly unknown phenomenon in Finland. Through awareness-raising activities, this campaign aims to increase prospects of cialis 2.5 mg victim identification as well as enhance realization of victims’ rights.

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IOM organizes information campaign on Assisted Voluntary Return in Helsinki – week 44
poster_5_152x105From 29 October to 4 November 2012, IOM Helsinki publishes the information campaign “Different destinations, different points of departure” in the center of Helsinki. Six different campaign posters at bus stops across the city will draw attention to the varying life situations of persons returning voluntarily from Finland to their countries of origin with IOM.

Four of the posters display quotes in Finnish from actual returnees assisted by IOM, while two posters show the campaign title, “Monta lähtökohtaa, monta kotimaata”
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