On the eve of this UN Summit on Refugees and Migrants in which we place our hopes, we, young migrants of the world studying in Geneva, confirm to the gathered heads of states that education is our future and the future of the democracies who welcome us. We want the right to education for all children, regardless of their status…
It gives me great pleasure to meet all of you and to offer some remarks at tonight’s inaugural dinner. IOM’s Chiefs of Mission serve on the frontline.
Libya - Salma* was 16 years old when she travelled to Libya with the assistance of a relative.
Libya - Over the past five years, IOM has facilitated the voluntary return of thousands of migrants from Libya back to their countries of origin.
Health care delivery in Somalia is in critical state with some of the worst health indicators. WHO estimates 61 per 1,000 new-born infants die within their first month of life which is the highest neonatal mortality rate in the world.