HARNESSING THE POTENTIAL OF HUMAN MOBILITY IN UKRAINE

An op-ed by IOM Ukraine Chief of Mission Anh Nguyen published on Kyiv Post 

MIGRATION GOVERNANCE IN UKRAINE: KEY ACHIEVEMENTS AND GAPS IDENTIFIED

The Government of Ukraine, supported by IOM, the UN Migration Agency, concluded a follow-up assessment to evaluate the country’s migration policies against the Migration Governance Indicators (MGI).

COVID-19 PUSHED UKRAINIANS TO ACCEPT RISKY JOB OFFERS

One in four Ukrainians is ready to accept a risky job offer either abroad or in another settlement in Ukraine, an IOM survey revealed. 

IOM EXPLORES LINKS BETWEEN PANDEMIC AND MIGRATION TRENDS IN UKRAINE

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on international mobility and migration patterns of Ukrainians, highlights IOM, the UN Migration Agency, in its latest publication "Migration in Ukraine: Facts and Figures 2021".

“Don’t Play Games with Your Mental Health”

IOM Ukraine launched new public campaign to overcome social stigmas 

 

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