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Organisation Description

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is an inter-governmental organisation committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits both migrants and society. As the leading global organisation for migration IOM works with migrants governments and its partners in the international community to provide humane responses to the growing migration challenges of today.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Human Trafficking Training Course

    Training Course | International Organization for Migration (IOM)

    This training course has been developed to introduce participants to the concepts of human trafficking and modern slavery; including how to identify potential victims. It aims to equip individuals with the necessary tools to gain an understanding of human trafficking; the profiles of victims; and the initial steps to take to provide assistance and support to survivors. The course is aimed at any individual that may potentially come into contact with vulnerable migrants in their line of work – therefore; the scope of participants is broad.

  • Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: Train the Trainer Course

    Training Course | International Organization for Migration (IOM)

    This course has been developed to enhance the knowledge of those who have previously been introduced to the concepts of human trafficking and modern slavery. Participants will have an initial understanding of how to identify potential victims and how to respond but will be given the added tools required to train others on the complex crimes of trafficking and slavery.

  • Syrian Refugees: An Information Session

    Training Course | International Organization for Migration (IOM)

    This course provides informational sessions on the Syrian refugee communities for local authorities and practitioners. Participants responsible for both policy and programming for Syrian refugees will receive introductory information on the diverse cultural traditions and makeup of Syria a summary of service infrastructure in Syria and family structure an introduction to the conditions Syrian refugees have experienced since the conflict began and an exploration of the culture shock process to better understand and anticipate refugee needs for incorporation into services in the UK. The sessions include up-to-date statistics and information.

  • Looking After Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children In The UK

    Training Course | International Organization for Migration (IOM)

    The UN Migration Agency – IOM (UK) has been commissioned by the North East Strategic Migration Partnership (NESMP) to develop and deliver a training course to increase the confidence and capacity of foster carers; supported lodging providers and supported housing professionals in the North East of England to look after unaccompanied asylum seeking children from a range of cultural and religious backgrounds. The course aims to equip participants with the necessary tools to gain an understanding of the experiences of unaccompanied migrant children; their needs and how to effectively meet them; with particular focus on inter-cultural communication; the asylum and age assessment processes; risk awareness and safeguarding.

International Organization for Migration (IOM)
11 Belgrave Road
London
SW1V 1RB

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