“Don’t Play Games with Your Mental Health”

IOM Ukraine launched new public campaign to overcome social stigmas 

 

BORN SYRIAN AND BURIED UKRAINIAN: UNKNOWN STORY OF A MIGRANT WHO STOOD AT THE FOREFRONT OF ORIENTAL STUDIES IN UKRAINE

On World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, 21 May, we remember Taufik Kezma, who a century ago enhanced the potential of culture to bring the then Ukrainian society and the Arab world together

FROM MASKS TO DEFIBRILLATORS: IOM AND JAPAN PROVIDE CRUCIAL EQUIPMENT TO HOSPITALS AND ENTRY-EXIT CROSSING POINTS IN EASTERN UKRAINE

Five first-line hospitals in conflict-affected Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine as well as five entry-exit crossing points at the line of contact will receive much-needed equipment from IOM, funded by the Government of Japan.

 

MARYNA ER GORBACH: EVERYONE CAN EXPERIENCE ‘EMOTIONAL EMIGRATION’

Member of the European Film Academy Maryna Er Gorbach about her award-winning film Omar and Us, her own migration experience, and the cinema art ability to help change people’s attitude to aliens.

Face to Face with Migration

With its coronavirus crisis, the year 2020 made us look differently at migration at personal, state and community levelsAnh Nguyen, IOM Ukraine Chief of Mission, and Sergiy Savchuk, ILO National Coordinator in Ukraine, wrote in their joint op-ed 

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