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  • Migrants boarding the bus headed towards the processing center in Amman, Jordan. © IOM/Muse Mohammed 2015Migrants boarding the bus headed towards the processing center in Amman, Jordan. © IOM/Muse Mohammed 2015

    Canadian Resettlement Operation - Jordan

    IOM's resettlement operation of Syrian refugees living in Jordan to Canada in coordination with Canadian officials.

  • Migrants lining up to cross the Greek border with Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).  © IOM/Amanda Nero 2015 IOM Transit Centers, Niger.Migrants lining up to cross the Greek border with Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).  © IOM/Amanda Nero 2015 IOM Transit Centers, Niger.

    Migrants at the Greek border with FYROM

    Migrants in transition camps at the Greek border with Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).

  • Migrants and refugees in the Greek island of Lesbos. © IOM/Amanda Nero 2015 IOM Transit Centers, Niger.Migrants and refugees in the Greek island of Lesbos. © IOM/Amanda Nero 2015 IOM Transit Centers, Niger.

    Migrants at Lesbos, Greece

    Migrants and refugees in the Greek island of Lesbos.

  • Syrian refugees and migrants cross the Serbian-Croatian border. © Francesco Malavolta/IOM 2015Syrian refugees and migrants cross the Serbian-Croatian border. © Francesco Malavolta/IOM 2015

    Crossing the Serbian-Croatian Border

    Syrian refugees crossing the Serbian-Croatian border.

  • This is one of the entrances to the ‘New Jungle’. The boy in the wheelchair hurt himself trying to cross to the UK. Friends take turns to wheel him around the informal settlement. © IOM/Amanda Nero 2015 

At night, the ‘New Jungle’, the informal migrant and refugee settlement in the port city of Calais, France, comes to life. Several improvised bars, restaurants and shops open after sunset. Its residents gather together to dance, play games, drink and eat. Some make bonfires and chat outside, others play football, and traditional music floats in the air. IOM Transit Centers, Niger.This is one of the entrances to the ‘New Jungle’. The boy in the wheelchair hurt himself trying to cross to the UK. Friends take turns to wheel him around the informal settlement. © IOM/Amanda Nero 2015 

At night, the ‘New Jungle’, the informal migrant and refugee settlement in the port city of Calais, France, comes to life. Several improvised bars, restaurants and shops open after sunset. Its residents gather together to dance, play games, drink and eat. Some make bonfires and chat outside, others play football, and traditional music floats in the air. IOM Transit Centers, Niger.

    Night life in the ‘New Jungle’ of Calais

    At night, the ‘New Jungle’, the informal migrant and refugee settlement in the port city of Calais, France, comes to life. Several improvised bars, restaurants and shops open after sunset. Its residents gather together to dance, play games, drink and eat. Some make bonfires and chat outside, others play football, and traditional music floats in the air.

  • Italian Coast Guard rescues migrants and refugees bound for Italy. © IOM/Francesco Malavolta 2014Italian Coast Guard rescues migrants and refugees bound for Italy. © IOM/Francesco Malavolta 2014

    Mediterranean Crisis

    A collection of Images centered on migrant arrivals and fatalities in the Mediterranean region.

  • The church is closed at night. Most of the worshipers are Eritreans and Ethiopians. A mass is held inside its plastic walls every Sunday. Faith is a very important part of many of those who now call this place their home, albeit a temporary one, as many of them hope. © IOM/Amanda Nero 2015

At night, the ‘New Jungle’, the informal migrant and refugee settlement in the port city of Calais, France, comes to life. Several improvised bars, restaurants and shops open after sunset. Its residents gather together to dance, play games, drink and eat. Some make bonfires and chat outside, others play football, and traditional music floats in the air. IOM Transit Centers, Niger.The church is closed at night. Most of the worshipers are Eritreans and Ethiopians. A mass is held inside its plastic walls every Sunday. Faith is a very important part of many of those who now call this place their home, albeit a temporary one, as many of them hope. © IOM/Amanda Nero 2015

At night, the ‘New Jungle’, the informal migrant and refugee settlement in the port city of Calais, France, comes to life. Several improvised bars, restaurants and shops open after sunset. Its residents gather together to dance, play games, drink and eat. Some make bonfires and chat outside, others play football, and traditional music floats in the air. IOM Transit Centers, Niger.

    Calais - the "New Jungle" migrant settlement

    The “New Jungle”, a migrant settlement in the port city of Calais, France. August, 2015

  • Picture High Heel Passenger, Week against Human Trafficking in Switzerland 2013Picture High Heel Passenger, Week against Human Trafficking in Switzerland 2013

    Project High Heel Passenger - Human Trafficking

  • The Intercultural School in a Multicultural Society: Achieving Successful Integration in Poland 

In Poland, where international migrants make up 2.2 per cent of the total population, the number of migrant children attending schools continues to grow each year. This poses a challenge to Polish teachers who must learn how to effectively work with children from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds to help them to successfully integrate with their new community.

"The Intercultural School in a Multicultural Society", a three-year, country-wide project which IOM is implementing from 2010 to 2013, is estimated to cover some 7,000 beneficiaries, mainly Polish and migrant teachers and children, through activities that foster the understanding of and respect for different cultural groups.

MPL0005The Intercultural School in a Multicultural Society: Achieving Successful Integration in Poland 

In Poland, where international migrants make up 2.2 per cent of the total population, the number of migrant children attending schools continues to grow each year. This poses a challenge to Polish teachers who must learn how to effectively work with children from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds to help them to successfully integrate with their new community.

"The Intercultural School in a Multicultural Society", a three-year, country-wide project which IOM is implementing from 2010 to 2013, is estimated to cover some 7,000 beneficiaries, mainly Polish and migrant teachers and children, through activities that foster the understanding of and respect for different cultural groups.

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    Achieving Successful Integration in Poland

    IOM holds intercultural classes for students of schools covered by the programme.

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