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IOM Provides Identity Document Verification Equipment and Cybercrime Investigation Software to Ministry of Interior Affairs under the EU-funded Border Management Project

21 January, 2020

Equipment and software with total value of 130,000 EUR (GEL 400,000) will further develop crime-...

Bringing the EU and Georgia Closer Together

Tbilisi—With its third anniversary approaching, an EU-Georgia visa liberalization agreement has let half a million Georgians access visa-free travel to the Schengen Zone, participants at an...

Labour Inspectors Meet Law Enforcement to Discuss Improved Cooperation

On 28-29 November IOM put together a course for 27 police investigators, prosecutors and labour inspectors under the guidance of British counter-trafficking expert Paul Holmes....

UNICEF and IOM Convene to Discuss Child Protection in Georgia

On 21 November staff members of UNICEF and IOM gathered in Tbilisi to discuss the current situation in the protection of children in Georgia. The two UN agencies presented the...

Promoting Strong and Competitive Business in Georgia - EU and four UN agencies join efforts for an Innovative Action for Private Sector Competitiveness in Georgia

Over 100 representatives of private companies, business associations and international organizations took part in a stakeholder forum in Tbilisi today to discuss business...

IOM Georgia Marked the EU Anti-Trafficking Day

On 18 October IOM marked the EU Anti-Trafficking Day with partners and counterparts in the town of Telavi in eastern Georgia.

IOM Supports Georgia’s Revenue Service in Honing Border Control Procedures

Over the week 23-27 September 2019, Latvian experts travelled to Batumi to sit down with their Georgian colleagues from the Revenue Service (RS) of the Ministry of Finance and go through the EU...

Inter-Agency meeting on Trafficking in Human Beings for Labour Exploitation

Past weekend, 15 September, up to 20 civil servants from a range of Georgian ministries met in Batumi to discuss joint measures to be taken to solidify Georgia’s action against trafficking in...