A documentary film presenting the stories of Filipino and Georgian migrants that benefited from the Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration support of the International Organization for Migration.
Enhancing Capacity of Georgian Diaspora Institutions and Strengthening links with Georgian Diasporas and Georgian Migrants 13 November 2013
The conference was organized jointly with the Office of the State Minister of Georgia for Diaspora Issues and implemented with the financial support of the IOM Development Fund. The conference gathered local and international experts and diaspora representatives, who shared and discussed experiences on the implementation of diaspora policies and programmes for enabling diaspora engagement in the development process.
In Georgia, IOM closely cooperates with the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia. The Ministry is committed to facilitating the integration of the anti-trafficking module into the national school curriculim. IOM has produced auxiliary material to support effective delivery of the anti-trafficking material applied during the lessons.
The project was implemented by the International Organization for Migration; with the financial support from USAID. Under the framework of the project, IOM created an employment facilitation network in Georgia by expanding Job Counseling and Placement (JCP) Centers in Tbilisi and Batumi and creating five new JCP Centers in Kutaisi, Poti, Akhaltsikhe and Telavi. The video was filmed at edited by the project beneficiary.