Saint Lucia Launches Anti-human Trafficking Hotline

Saint Lucia — Saint Lucia, with the cooperation of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), has launched a hotline to combat human trafficking which h Read More

E-Campus Offers Free Online Learning Platform on Migration

San José, Costa Rica — The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has begun 2019 with the launch of E-Campus, a Read More



Police, Service Providers in Trinidad and Tobago Engage in Migrant Protection and Assistance Training

Port of Spain — Forty-two representatives from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) participated in the Migrant Protection and Assistance Training conducted this week (29-30/10) by IOM, Read More



New IOM report summarizes current migration governance related needs to improve migration management practices in ten Caribbean countries

San José, Costa Rica – IOM, under the PACTA project and funded by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration; developed the Read More



Countries of the Caribbean Tackle Challenges for Data Collection and Management in Regional Workshop

24-25 September 2018. Montego Bay, Jamaica – Representatives of 13 countries participated in a specialized workshop in Montego Bay, Jamaica, through which the United Nations Read More



Dominican Republic, IOM, ILO Work Together for Formalization of Migrant Workers

 

Santo Domingo — The Social Security Treasury (SST) of the Dominican Republic opened a training centre for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) this Wednesday (26/09) with the objective of Read More



IOM Supports New Legal Pathway for Haitians in Chile

The number of Haitian migrants in Chile has grown from less than 1,800 in 2014 to nearly 120,000 in April 2018. 



IOM Restores 500 Homes in Dominica After Devastating Hurricane

With funds provided by the EU, UK, Australia and China, IOM has rebuilt over 500 houses obliterated by Hurricane Maria. Photo: Sheldon Casimir / IOM