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In this section you can find publications, information and final reports of research which was participated by IOM Prague

The Link - IOM Newsletter from the IOM Missions located in Central and South-Eastern Europe published by International Organization For Migration, Regional Office in Budapest.

The World Migration Report 2010 (WMR 2010) will be the fifth in IOM's series of biennial reports on international migration. Like the World Migration Reports that have preceded it, it is intended to contribute to the mission of the International Organization of Migration (IOM) to promote 'humane and orderly policies in the movement of persons across borders'. Specifically, its aim is to promote a focus on building capacities to enable states and other stakeholders to respond to and plan for migration effectively and in a sustainable way.