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Report Launch in London - “If We Leave We Are Killed: Lessons Learned from South Sudan Protection of Civilian Sites 2013-2016”

May 4, 2016 - “If We Leave We Are Killed” is an independent report that analyses the unprecedented protection and humanitarian response at UN peacekeeping bases in South Sudan, where as many as 200,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) have sought shelter from a vicious civil war since December 2013. A launch of this report is taking place at Chatham House, London on Wednesday 10th May

IOM & the Economist Intelligence Unit Launch “Migration Governance Index”

May 3, 2016 - As part of its contribution to supporting follow-up and review of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted in September 2015, IOM and the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) have published a Migration Governance Index (MGI). The index provides a framework for countries to measure their progress towards better migration governance.

IOM, Partners Unite to ‘End Malaria For Good’

April 25, 2016 Today, World Malaria Day 2016, IOM joins the World Health Organization, Member States, global health stakeholders and key affected communities in calling for concerted and coordinated efforts to “End Malaria For Good” as reflected in the Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030.

IOM Releases Global Migration Trends 2015 Factsheet

April 19, 2016 - IOM’s Global Migration Trends Factsheet 2015 presents a snapshot of the migration trends worldwide for the year 2015, based on migration statistics from a variety of sources.

For more information and figures, see the Global Migration Trends Factsheet 2015: http://iomgmdac.org/global-trends-2015-factsheet/

Migrants Must not be Left out of Efforts to End Tuberculosis

March 24, 2016 IOM is marking this year’s World TB Day by highlighting the critical importance of engaging in productive multi-sectoral partnerships to promote the health and well-being of migrants and mobile populations around the world, and help eliminate tuberculosis (TB).