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Projects

A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of Policy, Origin and Destination Effects: The DEMIG project ran from 2010 to 2014 and tracked 6,500 migration policy changes (both immigration and emigration) in 45 countries, most of them enacted in the 1945-2013 period.
The Joint Programme “Universal Social Protection to Enhance Resilience and Accelerate the SDGs in the Eastern Caribbean” aims to progressively increase access to social protection services towards universal coverage in Barbados, Saint Lucia and across the OECS.
Migapp is a mobile phone application which enables migrants to compare the cost of remittance transfers through various remittance companies, thereby reducing the cost of remittance transfers for migrants as well as enhancing financial literacy. It is utilized primarily by migrants.
DIASDEV, a joint project initiated by the French Development Agency and the Caisse des Dépôts from France, Italy, Morocco, Senegal and Tunisia, will be carried out in partnership with public-sector financial institutions in in 2021.
Established by the UN Network on Migration in May 2019, the Fund is governed by a diverse and inclusive Steering Committee and administered by the UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office.
This project aims to mobilise the expertise of the three involved organisations to support governments, employers, workers and their organisations, educational institutions and training providers to develop and recognize the skills of migrant workers.
The project aims to facilitate the access of Syrians under Temporary Protection (SUTP) and Turkish citizens to the formal labour market and supports them to develop, strengthen and upgrade their skills and competences as required.
The Programme aims to strengthen capacities at global, regional and country level to adopt and implement policies, strategies or corresponding programmes that promote sustainable alternatives to migration, support family members that stay behind or enhance the positive impacts of migration for
In close collaboration with national authorities and experienced Partners, through the HELIOS project IOM aimed at promoting the integration of beneficiaries of international protection residing in temporary accommodation schemes into the Greek society, through the following components: Integration
The Migrant Smuggling Observatory (MSO) at the Migration Policy Centre of the European University Institute provides evidence-based research on smuggling practices.
The Mediterranean Missing project was a one-year research project running from September 2015 until October 2016, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council of the United Kingdom.
The Teaching Immigration in European Schools (TIES) project develops innovative teaching modules to bring academic knowledge on migration into European classrooms.
The Regional Migration Fund (RMF) was set up within the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in 2019 with the objective to improve living conditions, create economic opportunities and strengthen social cohesion of refugees, migrants and host communities in the Horn of Africa region.
This research project, which ran from July to November 2016, looked to identify good practices in the delivery of services and programs to migrant and refugee women and their families in Australia. It was conducted by the Australian Institute of Family Studies of the Australian Government.
Improving SRHR-HIV Outcomes for Migrants, Adolescents and Young People and Sex Workers in Migration-Affected Communities in Southern Africa 2016-2020 The project's goal was to improve SRH and HIV-related health outcomes among target populations in selected migration-affected communities in the SADC
This project (February 2020 - July 2022) is part of a longer-term engagement of IOM, France, PDD and UNHCR on the topic of Implementing Global Policies on Environmental Migration and Disaster Displacement in West Africa.
The project responds to the need to effectively address migration issues, along with creating conditions for a business enabling environment, job creation and infrastructure development.
Designed as a regional programme, THAMM supports partner institutions in North Africa to draft and implement policies and mechanisms for safe, orderly and regular migration, as well as fostering cooperation and regional exchange between relevant stakeholders in North Africa.
The main objective of the EU Action is 'to contribute to the development of the long-term capability of Jordan to control and manage its borders and to ensure greater security for citizens and visitors, while guaranteeing the respect for the rule of law and human right standards'.
Mobility trajectories of young lives (MO-TRAYL) is a five year research project (2017-2021) which aims to develop a better understanding of the relation between migration and young people’s life chances.

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