IOM Moldova ran 5 km for the Victims of Human Trafficking
Back on track: a new US funded project will strengthen Moldova’s capacitates to tackle trafficking in persons after a set back
To get the country back on track after being downgraded last year in the US Department of State Trafficking in Persons Report, the Moldovan authorities together with IOM Moldova launched today (29 May) an innovative counter-trafficking project called
Promoting Mobility for Development
Today, the International Organization for Migration – UN Migration Agency – took part in the European Village organized and observed annually by the European Union.
Moldovan children in the diaspora will learn Romanian by a Government approved programme
Over 100,000 Moldovan children live in the diaspora and the number increases every year. Moldovan economic emigrants take their children along to their countries of destination and fully integrate them into the hosting society.
IOM, UNDP, SDC and Moldovan Government cooperation puts migration first on their agenda
Today, IOM, UNDP, SDC and representatives of the Moldovan Government discussed the results of six years of cooperation in the field of mainstreaming migration into national development strategies. The six years count for two phases of an SDC-funded country programme with the same name.
The first study of Transnistrian diaspora was presented in Tiraspol
On 13 December 2017 in Tiraspol was presented and discussed the Transnistrian Diaspora Mapping. The study was commissioned by IOM Moldova and conducted by Ms. Ala Ostavnaia, IOM during 2016-2017 in six countries: Russia, Germany, Italy, Israel, Portugal and United Kingdom.