Public opinion on migration
Gender and migration
Informing Migration Policies: A Data Primer
The article offers an overview of key definitions, methods, and sources for readers new to the field of migration data and research. Also included is how different data sources might be manipulated to answer common questions about migrants in the labour market, migrant education, or welfare concerns and how this might play into policy. Finally, there is a section dedicated to how common shortcomings in data might be overcome.
UNHCR Resettlement Handbook
The handbook serves as a reference for NGOs and governments of resettlement countries on good practice and methodologies for effective resettlement of refugees. Besides defining key terms and outlining important legal frameworks such as the 1951 Geneva Convention, the handbook offers sections on the specific needs of refugees and, most important for data capacity builders, how to properly collect and store data on refugees and resettlement.
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.