Community centres in host communities provide support across human and physical capitals and help migrants with integration.
These resource centres provide information, counselling, legal assistance and protective spaces for migrants, particularly labour migrants, both before and after their journeys. Vulnerabilities to exploitation and abuse are reduced as a consequence.
Sessions provide migrant workers during their stay in Lebanon with basic information on a range of relevant issues, including how to prevent human trafficking and render migration safe during the whole migratory cycle, as well as how to ensure safe return and reintegration in communities of origin.
This call centre serves Honduran migrants abroad who require information related to the services provided by consulates/embassies and their rights as Honduran migrants.
Providing migrants with a neutral and known place where they can access information.
Smart practices report and database survey
About the report
People migrate in pursuit of a better life for themselves and their families. As described in the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies’ (IFRC) Policy on Migration, “migrants are persons who leave or flee their habitual residence to go to new places – usually abroad – to seek opportunities or safer and better prospects.