IOM World Wide
A short video on IOM's activities worldwide narrated in Indonesian with English subtitle.
Maritime Security Key to Indonesia’s Future, IOM-Backed Meeting Hears
Indonesia’s future prosperity is at stake as it prepares to implement the new president’s vision to establish the country as a “global maritime axis,” an IOM-supported meeting of maritime security experts, academics, private sector and civil society actors heard yesterday.
IOM Welcomes Decision to Save Lives of Migrants at Sea in Southeast Asia
Geneva - IOM has welcomed the commitment by Indonesia and Malaysia to allow thousands of migrants – currently abandoned at sea by smugglers – to come ashore and receive life-saving assistance.
IOM Director General William Lacy Swing said today in Geneva: “We commend the governments of Malaysia and Indonesia, in particular, for committing to continue to provide humanitarian assistance to the some 7,000 irregular migrants still at sea.”