Book with short illustrated stories about Eloísa and her journey to integrate into a new country. Credits: UNHCR.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is committed in the fight against human trafficking, promoting and supporting interregional and interinstitutional cooperation strategies which respond more comprehensively to the challenges of this crime.
San José, Costa Rica— The Mesoamerica Program of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in conjunction with the Office against Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling of the General Directorate of Migration, held a training program for 15 officers of the Border Police of Costa Rica on detecting the crimes of human trafficking and migrant smuggling and identifying the profiles of vulnerable migrants.
In this comic you can find 3 stories about Central Americans who migrated irregularly and try to request refugee status. Credits: UNHCR.
San José – On September 24th, IOM, the UN Migration Agency, opened the "Specialized Course on Migrant Children in the Americas" via its Learning Platform on Migration.
IOM presents an information campaign that includes this GIF with data about human trafficking and forced labor. Posted on International Day Against Human Trafficking in 2017.
IOM presents an information campaign that includes this GIF with data about child and human trafficking. Posted on International Day Against Human Trafficking in 2017.
GIF that presents IOM data related with the human trafficking victims assisted in 2017.
Short film based on the real story of Silvia and Juana, human trafficking victims from Ecuador. Credits: Produced by Mateo Herrera, supported by Ministerio de Educación de Ecuador and U.S. Embassy Quito.
Animated video that shows how you can become a victim of human trafficking through the internet, as well as the consequences for victims. Credits: Dirección AGAPE.