Forced migration or displacement
Training of Trainers Manual: National Labour Migration Management: Ethiopia
This manual responds to the demand to provide trainers with a comprehensive, interactive, practical and flexible training guide for effective labour migration management in Ethiopia (as a country of origin), as well as how to ensure protection of migrant workers in the destination countries. The manual's target is to help policymakers and practitioners in designing, revising and implementing more effective labour migration policies and programmes.
Women and Migration: The mental health nexus
To determine the mental health needs of female Filipino migrant domestic workers, a survey was designed and conducted. Results were analysed alongside other data, such as case studies and key informant interviews. Although limited to the geographical and temporal focus of the study, the methodology and findings outlined may be of interest to researchers and practitioners seeking to better understand and measure health outcomes in other time periods and contexts.
How useful and reliable are disaster databases in the context of climate and global change? A comparative case study analysis in Peru
Disaster databases are a primary tool for the analysis of disaster characteristics and trends at global or national scales, and they support disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. However, the quality, consistency and completeness of different disaster databases are highly variable. Such variation critically influences the outcome of any study.
India on the Move and Churning: New Evidence
Study on internal migration in India which analyses census data (using Cohort-based Migration Metric (CMM) and gravity model) and railway passenger traffic flow data provided by the Ministry of Railways. The study is a chapter from the Economic Survey of India 2016-2017 and is endorsed by the Government of India.