Asisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) at a glance

What is AVRR?

AVRR relates to the administrative, logistical and financial support, including reintegration assistance, provided to migrants unable or unwilling to remain in the host/transit country, who volunteer to return to their countries of origin. What is IOM’s approach to AVRR? AVRR is an indispensable part of a comprehensive approach to migration management aimed at orderly and humane return and reintegration of migrants. The successful implementation of AVRR programmes requires the cooperation and participation of a broad range of actors, including the migrants, civil society and the governments in origin, host and transit countries.


Tandem with NGOs to support victims of trafficking in human beings (VoT) - visibility materials

TaNGO is a project implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Office in Romania, in partnership with Asociația pentru Dezvoltarea Practicilor Alternative de Reintegrare și Educație (ADPARE) in Bucharest, Fundația Micu Bogdan (FMB) in Brașov and Fundația People to People (P2P) in Oradea. TaNGO’s implementation benefits from the high support from the National Agency Against Trafficking in Persons (ANITP) and from the Romanian Ministry of Finance.  


Orientation manual for Syrian refugees resettled from Turkey to Romania

This material is addressed to people to be resettled from Turkey to Romania in order to receive some form of international protection.
The material includes general information about Romania, fundamental rights and responsibilities, access to services, interaction with Romanian society and foreign communities, and other useful information for shaping and managing the expectations regarding the stay and integration into the Romanian society. The information will help you prepare for your arrival in Romania and to have an easier accommodation after your arrival.

STARRT I - Assistance and Transfer Services for Refugees Resettled to Romania

The project supports Romania's participation in the efforts of the European Union Member States to implement sustainable solutions in response to the real international protection needs of displaced persons, due to the conflict in Syria, in countries of immediate vicinity.


Migration Initiatives 2017

The 2017 edition of IOM's Migration Initiatives  focuses on the major evolutions planned for 2017 and brings the Migration Governance Framework to the country and regional levels, where IOM activities have the strongest impact. The input collected from country and regional offices is the main focus of MI17.