Training of Trainers Manual: National Labour Migration Management: Ethiopia
This manual responds to the demand to provide trainers with a comprehensive, interactive, practical and flexible training guide for effective labour migration management in Ethiopia (as a country of origin), as well as how to ensure protection of migrant workers in the destination countries. The manual's target is to help policymakers and practitioners in designing, revising and implementing more effective labour migration policies and programmes.
Panel discussion on unaccompanied migrant children and adolescents and human rights
This report presents the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) discussion, of which the objective was to identify challenges and best practices by countries of origin, transit and destination, as well as possible joint efforts to protect the human rights of unaccompanied migrant children and adolescents.
Handbook for Improving the Production and Use of Migration Data for Development
The Global Migration Group (GMG) produced this publication to provide guidance to producers and users of international migration data. It includes detailed accounts of changes in the field of migration data, thorough explanations of key definitions and concepts, and strategies to bolster migration statistics (e.g., administrative data and 'big data'). Readers will find the notes on 'good practice' to be of particular practical value.
Stocktaking of Global Forced Displacement Data
Sarzin reviews the availability, credibility, and methodologies behind common sources of displacement data, in doing so helping researchers and policymakers review their approaches to understanding an often difficult situation to encompass. Key definitions and ongoing programmes are also discussed to offer information for both those new to the topic and those to whom forced displacement is a familiar terrain.
Integrating migrants in emergency preparedness, response and recovery in their host countries: Training Manual
This training course is aimed at providing details on why it is important, and how, to roll out measure that can help bridge some of these barriers. Such measures include those that the relevant actors can take to improve their capacity to reach, assist and protect migrants before, during and after crises, and those that improve migrants’ ability to access resources, information and opportunities.
Chapter 4 espcially focuses on profiling, categorizing and localizing migrants.
Data Collection and Analysis, Chapter 2 of the Ten Point Plan in Action 2016 Update
The chapter within a larger UNHCR work The 10 Point Plan in Action addresses the management of mixed migration, or migratory movements where migrants travelling along the same route have different motives (such as seeking better economic opportunity or fleeing persecution).
Monitoring the Situation of Children and Women for 20 Years
This UNICEF paper discusses Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) and their positive impact on ensuring data collection on women and children in low to middle income countries or helping countries measure attainment of Millenium Development Goals (MDGs). While explaining the development process and accomplishments of MICS, the paper does not offer explicit instructions for completing these surveys.
Statistics on International Migration: A Practical Guide for Countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia
The document contains an overview of essential definitions and concepts in migration statistics and how it relates to the region, suited for people familiarizing themselves with the field of migration data. There are also templates on how migration data might be collected in national surveys or questionnaires, as well as detailed descriptions of potential sources for data (such as administrative records).