• Human Trafficking Awareness Training

    IOM, in partnership with the Libyan Ministry of Interior, the
    Waatasimu Charity Association and the United States Embassy in
    Tripoli, is carrying out two follow-up human trafficking awareness
    workshops for 50 law enforcement officials and members of charity

  • Malian Migrants To Be Helped

    Fifteen Malian migrants rescued at sea in mid-June by a Spanish
    fishing vessel will be flying home tomorrow after the Libyan
    government asked IOM to assist them in returning to their home
    country.

  • Efforts to Curtail Tragic Consequences of Irregular Migration

    IOM and the Italian government are providing training to law
    enforcers and officials from Libya and Niger as part of a programme
    to improve migration management in the two countries. The training
    is an important marker in the involvement of origin, transit and

  • Euro-African Ministerial Conference on Migration and Development

    Ministers and representatives from 25 EU and 53 African States, as
    well as regional and international organizations, are meeting on
    22-23 November in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
    The event, hosted by the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab

  • Tripoli Hosts Training for Officials and Police

    A technical workshop for some 70 senior police officials and
    representatives from the Ministry of Justice and the Prime
    Minister's office, organized by IOM and the Libyan Ministry of
    Interior, took place on 13th and 14th September in Tripoli.

  • Officials Complete European Study Tour

    Libyan officials providing humanitarian
    assistance to stranded undocumented migrants have completed a
    six-day study tour to Italy, Austria and Slovakia, to get
    acquainted with relevant policies, practices and
    institutions.

  • IOM opens Office in Tripoli

    IOM Director General, Brunson McKinley is
    today starting a three-day official visit to Libya during which he
    will meet members of the government and open an office in
    Tripoli.