There are a lot of unspeakable sad tales of African migrants. Their quest for the good life in Europe has not been as rosy as they often expected.
The UN migration agency, International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has reported that 107,546 migrants and refugees have bravely entered Europe by sea through December 18.
The fourth edition of the International Organisation for Migration’s (IOM) Global Migration Film Festival (GMFF), like all those preceding this month’s version, has been a remarkable success across the continental America.
An IOM report shows that more than one in three migrants assisted with voluntary return by IOM along the main migration routes is either Guinean or Nigerian.
At a high-level conference in the Uzbek capital Tashkent on November 28, the Director of the International Organisation for Migration’s (IOM) Vienna Regional Office, Argentina Szabados, pointed out that there are two keys to the success of global migration: youth and women.