Migration Governance Indicators: A Global Perspective
The Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) process has been rolled out in 50 countries, more than a quarter of UN Member States and almost a third of IOM Member States. This report uses data collected through the MGI to analyse trends and identify areas with potential for further development in migration governance worldwide, as countries gear up to achieve their national and international commitments related to migration.
GFMD Migration Profiles Repository
Migration Profiles are defined as frameworks for aggregating, in a structured and systematic manner, existing data and information on migration and development and other related policy fields.
Technical paper: Development, validation and testing of a methodology for SDG indicator 10.7.2 on migration policies
This paper presents an overview of the development of a methodology for Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) indicator 10.7.2 on the number of countries with migration policies to facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people. The methodology builds on the Migration Governance Framework, a tool developed by IOM and uses an existing global data source, the United Nations Inquiry among Governments on Population and Development, administered by UN DESA.
Data2X Big Data and Gender Brief Series: Gender Gaps in Urban Mobility
This series from Data2X features research examining insights from big data on women and girls. The 2-page briefs cover a variety of topics including how big data can highlight gendered urban mobility, educational inequalities, and women’s financial inclusion.
Migrants as Messengers: The Impact of Peer-to-Peer Communication on Potential Migrants in Senegal - Impact Evaluation Report
The report presents key results from a rigorous impact evaluation that assessed the impact of the Migrants as Messengers (MaM) information events in Dakar, Senegal. MaM was a peer-to-peer awareness-raising campaign implemented in Senegal, Guinea and Nigeria from December 2017 to March 2019.