Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Gender and migration
Measuring Hard-to-Count Migrant Populations: Importance, Definitions, and Categories
The report clarifies what migrants are considered "hard to count" (such as irregular migrants or trafficking victims) and offers brief overviews of methods used to measure these particular cross-border flows as well as factors influencing the data collection process. Most useful will be the extensive list of sample survey questions that might be used to help identify these populations.
Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy (MECLEP): Glossary
A Road Map for a Country-led Data Revolution
Available in English and French, this report examines the role of the data revolution in aiding national and regional development, with a special focus on the role of national statistical offices in developing countries at providing the ‘right data’ to the ‘right people’ in the ‘right format.’ The ‘road map’ suggested here is structured around four main components of change recommended to national statistical offices, the two most data-focussed categories being ‘Technology, Innovation, and An