In September-October 2008 the research was organized to study the regional labour market in Adjara AR. The latter, in fact, is the first regional research in Georgia, which fully covered the territory of Adjara AR and its economy (all economic spheres).
At the request of the Government of Georgia IOM carried out an assessment of the country’s migration management system in October 2007. The main objective of this assessment was to identify the main gaps and key areas requiring attention in the field of migration management and its legal basis in Georgia.
Labor market survey carried out in Tbilisi and covered the following professional spheres: transport, communication, healthcare, pharmaceutical, financial-credit and insurance. This survey follows one completed in July 2007 which surveyed employers countrywide in four spheres: transport, service, construction and processing.
JTA Project started in February 2006 and aimed to analyze all current operational duty positions at a regional level within Border Guard / Coast Guard and Customs Department of Georgia.
The research analyses counter-trafficking legislation and institutional structures in Georgia in place in 2003, bilateral and multi-lateral instruments, law enforcement aspects as well as counter-trafficking efforts of the NGOs and International organizations.
This research presents the situation of labour migration from Georgia by investigating the root causes and impact the migration on Georgian society, the destination of migrants and their current state of affairs, as well as the demographics of labour migrants.
This study – based on interviews with returned migrants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia – looks at their process of return, their reintegration into society, and the subsequent impact of their return on their families and communities.
This in-depth research conducted in 2001 further assessed the magnitude and nature of irregular migration and trafficking from Georgia in addition to profiling irregular migrants and those individuals facilitating irregular migration flows.