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The Government of Georgia strengthened its support of the reintegration of the returned Georgian migrants. There has been allocated special fund in the state budget amounting 400,000 GEL for supporting reintegration of the returned Georgian migrants in 2015.
In Georgia, service halls in municipalities in remote areas have been created to facilitate the reintegration process of returning migrants. They provide local communities with a central and dedicated information point where all services, including vocational trainings, are available.
The World Bank’s Emergency Repatriation and Livelihood Restoration of Migrant Workers Project provided support the People's Republic of Bangladesh to: (i) repatriate its migrant workers, who had fled the conflict in Libya , from refugee camps in neighboring countries in a timely manner;
The ILO and the Ethiopian Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs have launched a new EU funded project entitled “Support the Reintegration of Returnees in Ethiopia”.
Providing emergency evacuations or other transport of vulnerable persons in crisis situations is a regular feature of IOM movement operations.
This policy brief looks at the situation of migrants who have returned home to several West African countries as a result of the conflict in Libya.
This report provides an overview of the first 7 months of IOM’s emergency response to the major migration crisis resulted from the conflict in Libya in 2011.
The Executive Order No. 82 operationalizes the practical guide for national crisis managers and the national crisis management core manual; establishes national and local crisis management organizations; and provides funds therefor.
The Bureau for Diaspora Relations was created by Governmental decision in October 2012, within the State Chancellery by the Prime-Minister.
On 20 April 2015 the EU Member States adopted the Directive on consular protection for European citizens living or travelling outside the EU.