Migration data sources
IOM data overview
Gender and migration
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.
Enhancing Data on Migration in West and Central Africa
This publication is meant to address the current problems and insufficiencies plaguing statistics in West and Central Africa, touching on common problems that inhibit adequate data collected from censuses as well as various projects underway across the region in order to address these problems. Recommendations for fixing common problems are also included.
National Statistics Development Strategies (NSDS) and Labour Statistics guidelines - ILO/Paris21
Available in English and French, these brief guidelines aim to help the planning and development of quality national statistics, with a special section focusing on labour statistics. The recognition that each nation has different needs ensures that the guidelines encourage flexibility. The guidelines were originally prepared as a thematic paper for the ILO – PARIS21 Seminar on Capacity Building for Labour Statistics, Geneva, 3 December 2003.
Hard to see, harder to count: Survey guidelines to estimate forced labour of adults and children
The manual offers guidelines for quantitative research on trafficking in persons, including both adults and children. Necessary definitions, descriptions of methodologies, and templates for questionnaires are all included and thus make this a helpful work for readers of varying levels of familiarity with the topic.