Public opinion on migration
Gender and migration
International Migration Statistics: Guidelines for Improving Data Collection Systems
SUMMARY FROM BOOK: Since its creation in 1919, the International Labour Organization has devoted attention to international migration issues, including the availability and quality of international migration statistics. The present book continues that tradition. Its purpose is to set forth the basis for strengthening national capacities to generate the data required for policy analysis in the area of international migration.
Migration and the 2030 Agenda: A Guide for Practitioners
A new guide from IOM for government actors involved in implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as they relate to migration. The guide aims to help policymakers integrate migration into local and national development planning.
Measuring well-governed migration: The 2016 Migration Governance Index
This publication outlines and explains a framework for measuring the implementation and efficiency of migration-related governance around the world. Financed by the IOM, the project itself was completed by the Economist Intelligence Unit between 2015 and 2016. Readers will find especially useful the numerous case studies that cover countries from all over the world, as well as descriptions of the various aspects of the framework and a chapter going over the history of its development.
Taking stock of refugee resettlement: Policy objectives, practical tradeoffs, and the evidence base
This report maps out the primary questions governments face regarding the goals, design, and implementation of resettlement policies and programmes. It also identifies areas with potential for further research. The analysis draws on examples from both the European Union (EU) Member States and other established resettlement countries, such as Canada and the United States.