Forced migration or displacement
Gender and migration
Stocktaking of Global Forced Displacement Data
Sarzin reviews the availability, credibility, and methodologies behind common sources of displacement data, in doing so helping researchers and policymakers review their approaches to understanding an often difficult situation to encompass. Key definitions and ongoing programs are also discussed to offer information for both those new to the topic and those to whom forced displacement is a familiar terrain.
Operational indicators of trafficking in human beings
This brief publication offers an introduction to trafficking in persons, from key definitions to the role of the Delphi methodology in establishing the key indicators in measuring human trafficking. Most useful is the list of questions that labour inspectors and qualitative and quantitative researchers can use when determining if a worker is a victim of trafficking.
Measuring resettlement outcomes by looking at integration indicators
The report is the product of a 2009 working group on evaluating the integration of resettled refugees. Included is a draft survey on how to measure integration indicators such as employment rates, access to language services, access to affordable housing, and more. The survey draws from the UNHCR's goals for integration and concepts covered in the Integration Handbook.
Human Trafficking: New Directions for Research
This publication considers various approaches for measuring rates of human trafficking and how they have been applied in various national contexts. It also presents how different methodologies are needed to address specific regional problems and trends.