This report by IOM Iraq and Yale Law School Center for Global Legal Challenges aims to shed light on the inter-related security and governance factors at play in three diverse communities in Iraq – Jubeil (Anbar), Hamdaniya (Ninewa) and Baradiyah (Basra) – as a way to contextualize and evaluate the e
Erbil — Anbar, in western Iraq, is the country’s largest governorate by area. In early 2014, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) seized control of Anbar from the Iraqi Government; nearly half a million people fled the ISIL advance between January and May 2014. A second wave of displacement took place in 2016 when the military campaign to expel ISIL reached the area.
Managing return in Anbar: Community Responses to the Return of IDPs with Perceived Affiliation analyses the responses of Anbar communities directly affected by the ISIL conflict to the return of displaced community members with perceived affiliation.
IOM recently completed the implementation of a 24-month project entitled “Supporting availability and access to specialized services for victims of trafficking and individuals at risk through the provision of basic assistance and technical support of first responders.”
Funded by the US Government’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, the purpose of the project was to assess protection needs, identify gaps and challenges, and subsequently enhance the protection response for victims of trafficking and populations at risk, in and out of camps, across Iraq.
Access to Durable Solutions Among IDPs in Iraq: Experiences Applying to Compensation delves into self-reported levels of damage to housing and property among IDPs and sampled returnees and their experiences with the compensation process.
Among many other priorities in the recovery of post-conflict Iraq, access to employment for the population in conflict-affected regions remains paramount. The ability of the population to earn a living wage impacts the recovery process and has a direct bearing on future stability.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) created the Enterprise Development Fund (EDF) to support economic recovery in Iraq. The creation of EDF was a direct response to the Organization’s experiences in conflict-affected communities.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) works with governments to facilitate legal and safe immigration. IOM does not offer alternatives to established immigration procedures. Fraudulent entities sometimes use IOM's name to advertise false offers for immigration.
تعمل المنظمة الدولية للهجرة مع الحكومات لتسهيل الهجرة القانونية والآمنة. ان المنظمة الدولية للهجرة لا تقدم أي بدائل أخرى لإجراءات الهجرة المعمول بها. ولكن هناك بعض الجهات الاحتيالية التي تستخدم أحيانا أسم المنظمة الدولية للهجرة للإعلان عن عروض كاذبة للهجرة
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