International Organization for Migration hires PHA Media

IOM Field officer at work in Lampedusa. © IOM/Alessia Capasso 2011

IOM Field officer at work in Lampedusa. © IOM/Alessia Capasso 2011

PHA Media has been appointed by the UK office of The International Organization for Migration (IOM) to support the promotion around Anti-Slavery Day and International Migrants Day.

For both events, PHA Media has been briefed to focus on media outreach, case study placement, thought leadership, social media strategy and event support. The projects will focus on raising awareness and opening conversations around migration in the UK.

Dipti Pardeshi, chief of mission at IOM UK, said: “We are very pleased to be collaborating with PHA Media to enhance our work promoting a more balanced narrative about migration in the UK. These dates are important in our calendar and we are keen to ensure that all efforts are made to raise awareness of key migration aspects both for migrants and host societies.”

Sabah Khan, account director of PHA Media’s campaigns and causes team, added: “We are honoured to be working with such an incredible organisation, which do fantastic work in responding to migration challenges on a daily basis. We are keen to help them achieve their aim in encouraging an objective and positive discourse around migration and build their reputation within the mainstream world based on their expertise and experiences on the matter.”

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