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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) – The United Nations Migration Agency - in collaboration with the Belgian Federal Government, is providing a unique opportunity for Belgian companies to employ a Tunisian young student or graduate for a 6-month internship/ apprenticeship. The internship would allow the trainee to develop his/her competences and increase his/her chances to find a job in the Tunisian labour market upon return. You decide on whether or not to set-up follow-up activities in Tunisia after the internship, depending on your needs.
Calling All Filmmakers! UN Migration Agency Launches Call for Submissions to 2018 Global Migration Film Festival
Geneva – IOM, the UN Migration Agency, begins casting a wide net this week to bring forth the talent behind one of the migration world’s enduring art forms: motion pictures. It’s all part of the UN Together campaign to promote diversity worldwide.
To select a compelling roster of films to be screened at IOM’s December 2018 Global Migration Film Festival (GMFF), the Geneva-based body is calling for submissions of Full-Length Feature and Short Films, in all genres: fiction, documentary, animation, etc.
Brussels - In collaboration with the United Nations Regional Information Center (UNRIC), the UN Migration Agency (International Organization for Migration – IOM) has set up for the 4th time a team, the UN Migration Team, to run&walk under the colours of the Together campaign at the
IOM Burkina Faso – in partnership with the governments of Italy and Belgium and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) – has opened two new boreholes in the rural commune of Béguédo, located in Bulgou province in Central-East Burkina Faso.
On 16 December 2016, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) together with the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and in partnership with Myria and Unia, organized a ‘Global Migration Film Festival’ screening in Brussels.
On 13 December, IOM organized the annual partner meeting on ‘Voluntary Return’. This gathering is organized to inform the local partners on the trends and developments in the Voluntary Return programme. Additionally it is an opportunity for both partners and IOM to exchange ideas, thoughts and questions.
On 2 December, IOM and Fedasil have jointly organized the annual gathering with Embassies and Consulates at the Fedasil premises. The purpose of this gathering was to further enhance the existing collaboration with Embassies and Consulates within the frame of the Voluntary Return Programme from Belgium, supported by the Belgian Government since 1984 and currently managed by Fedasil.
It was a successful meeting with more than 37 participants and 28 countries represented.
From 21 to 26 November 2016, IOM is launching a new global campaign called: ‘A day without migrants’. Supported by IOM Egypt and the IOM Development Fund, the campaign focuses on how a day without migrants would look like. Contrary to what some may believe, migrants do play a vital role in the global economy.
Exchange Visit with IOM Beijing on Measures to Address Return and Reintegration of Migrants Returned from the EU
From 22 to 25 October 2016, IOM Beijing conducted a study visit for high level Chinese officials to Belgium to exchange information on the return and reintegration of irregular migrants, as well as the characteristics of readmission agreements. The visit was carried out within the framework of the “EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Project”, funded by the Partnership Instrument of the EU and was preceded by a visit to the Netherlands and France.