Regulating Migration

 

IOM’s work in the area of regulating migration and migrant assistance is aimed at preventing the abuse and exploitation of migrants, particularly at points of transit and destination where they are often most vulnerable; protecting and empowering migrants who have been trafficked or who may otherwise have experienced abuse or exploitation; providing assisted voluntary return and sustainable reintegration assistance; undertaking data collection and research activities; and building the capacity of states and civil society institutions to respond to the needs of vulnerable migrants.

IOM in Hungary focuses its work on the following areas:

  • Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR)
  • Counter-trafficking of Human Beings (THB)
  • Unaccompanied Migrant Children (UMC)
  • Immigration and Border Management (IBM)
  • Data Collection and Management
  • Movements Support
  • Distribution of Non-Food Items

Contact
Mr Balázs Lehel
blehel@iom.int
+36 1 472 2500

Mr Dániel Bagaméri
dbagameri@iom.int
+36 1 472 2500

Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR)

► Ongoing projects
► Completed projects

 

Counter-trafficking of Human Beings (THB)

► Ongoing projects

► Completed projects

 

Unaccompanied Migrant Children (UMC)

► Completed projects

 

Immigration and Border Management (IBM)

► Completed projects

 

Data Collection and Management

► Ongoing projects

► Completed projects

 

Movements Support

► Ongoing projects

 

Distribution of Non-Food Items

► Completed projects