Az IOM munkatársai a Ne hagyd! kampány kapcsán újra megkezdték a vidéki kitelepüléseket, ezúttal Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg megye különböző településeit látogatták meg.
The 2nd transnational meeting of the SUMIGRE project was held in Prague on 16-17 April 2018. The project's Czech partner, Schola Empirica hosted the meeting which focused mainly on the finalised draft of the 1st intellectual output of the project, the Migration Report. It will be accessible on the project website by the end of June, 2018.
The meeting focused mainly on the aims, objectives, project financing, project management & monitoring tools, the outputs, planned activities and the expected outcomes to understand the project background, the criteria which will ensure the success and understand the tasks and responsibilities etc.
Partners of the SUMIGRE project, including the representative of IOM Hungary, met in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands to evaluate the progress of their efforts.
IOM has launched a campaign to raise awareness and to prevent victimization through human trafficking in Hungary.
IOM Budapest, in cooperation with its partners, organized the last round of capacity building trainings for OIA professionals in Szeged and in Budapest.
Training session organized within the framework of IOM’s regional child protecton project for child protection professionals
IOM Budapest, in cooperation with the Office of Immigration and Asylum (OIA), the Cordelia Foundation for the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and UNHCR, organized its seventh and last capacity building training session of the year within the framework of IOM’s regional child protecton project.
After almost 4 years apart three Cameroonian children, aged 10, 16 and 17, were reunited with their mother, Nina, who has been living in Hungary for 2 years now and was granted refugee status last year.