LAPIS is deeply committed to addressing the challenges of irregular migration. Through our expertise in strategic communications, we work to raise awareness, provide information, and promote alternative pathways, ultimately striving to reduce the risks and vulnerabilities associated with irregular migration while fostering safer and more informed choices for individuals and communities.
Journey is a feature film produced by Lapis in collaboration with Put It Out There Pictures on behalf of the Australian Government.
Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan
In 2016, Lapis implemented the Australian “No Way” media campaign in four countries, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran, complimented by “Why no Way” on-the-ground activations in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
IRAQ, IRAN, PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN
Lapis supported European Return & Reintegration Network (ERRIN) to identify the social issues associated with the return process of Afghan youth.
Lapis supported European Return & Reintegration Network (ERRIN) to identify the social issues associated with the return process of Afghan youth. Lapis, therefore, designed and organized 12 town halls in districts of Kabul, and Jaghori of Ghazni; and could manage to investigate the social issues of the returnees and raise knowledge in regard to the return process to change attitude and beliefs.
Lapis also conducted face-to-face interviews with 10 returnees in Kabul and Jaghori, as well as civil society activists, community leaders, and returnees’ family members.