Guidelines concerning statistics of international labour migration
These guidelines aim to support countries to facilitate data collection activities on international labour migration and to encourage them to test the conceptual framework suggested in the guidelines.
IOM X C4D TOOLKIT
A step-by-step guide to applying Communication for Development (C4D) to counter-trafficking activities. This toolkit provides practical guidance for strengthening ongoing awareness-raising information campaigns and related outreach through the application of Communication for Development (C4D).
This toolkit will help you:
• Understand C4D and Behaviour Change Communication (BCC)
• Develop a C4D strategy for counter-trafficking initiatives
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.
Guide on developing an international labour migration statistics database in ASEAN
This publication gives brief overviews of the strategies and sources used to collect labour market data from ASEAN countries to be entered into the International Labour Migration Statistics (ILMS) Database, such as population surveys or administrative records. There are also sample modules of survey sections used to collect relevant data, and an extensive list of relevant organizations collecting data in the region.
International Labour Migration Statistics - A guide for policymakers and statistics organizations in the Pacific
The handbook gives recommendations on how governments can collect migration data. It offers brief summaries of key concepts and challenges when analysing the field, and includes detailed chapters on specific methodologies (such as using censuses or administrative data). Included in the chapters are templates for each method, such as sample survey modules. A glossary of terms and a long list of references are great for ensuring familiarity with the topic.