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Gender and migration
Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Training Manual (Facilitators’ Guide)
This training manual, produced by IOM's Migration, Environment and Climate Change (MECC) Division, offers a practical look at issues surrounding environmental migration and how policymakers at local and regional levels can prepare themselves for related issues. Its highly readable format ensures that it is accessible to readers of all levels while remaining informative.
Module 4, Data and Methodological Issues, will be of interest to those researching data capacity building.
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).
Measuring Irregular Migration and Population Flows – What Available Data Can Tell
The article helps lay out the necessary definitions, methods, and indicators that go into producing irregular migration data. The use of Eastern Europe as a case study helps ground the concepts so readers can read about how they work in practice. This text is upfront about data limitations in order to advise users on how to work within this context.