IOM Budapest was invited to participate at Council of Europe’s Roundtable event on child-friendly information for children in migration
IOM Budapest was invited to participate at Council of Europe’s Roundtable event on child-friendly information for children in migration organized by the Children’s Rights Division in the framework Council of Europe Action plan on protecting refugee and migrant children (2017-2019) on 29-30 November in Strasbourg.
IOM Budapest, in cooperation with the Office of Immigration and Asylum (OIA), the Cordelia Foundation for the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and UNHCR, organized the second round of capacity building trainings for OIA professionals in Szeged on the 23rd of November 2017.
IOM Budapest was invited to take part in a training session organized by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe’s Mission to Skopje and the Law Enforcement School of Szeged for Macedonian border guard students and professors on the 22nd of November in Szeged
IOM Budapest and the International Diplomatic Student Association co-organize, in partnership with the United National Information Service (UNIS) Vienna, the screening of the movie “Lost in Lebanon”, as part of the Global Migration Film Festival.
Nadine, a Cameroonian mother of two was finally reunited with her children (aged 9 and 12) at Budapest Airport last week. They have not seen each other for 2 years: the kids lived in Cameroon, while their mom sought asylum in Hungary and was finally granted refugee status last year.
IOM and Menedék co-organized an event for various stakeholders
On 13 September, IOM Slovenia and IOM Budapest co-organized a regional child protection conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia