The G20 and migration
Migrant recruitment costs
Migration Health Research to advance evidence based policy and practice in Sri Lanka
IOM's Migration Health Research Series aims at sharing high-yield scientific papers and analytical commentaries aimed at advancing migration health policy and practice at national, regional and global levels. The first book of the series is a two-part volume profiling the development of the National Migration Health Policy and intervention framework in Sri Lanka, which to a large extent was driven by an evidence-informed, multisectoral approach.
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.
A Road Map for a Country-led Data Revolution
Available in English and French, this report examines the role of the data revolution in aiding national and regional development, with a special focus on the role of national statistical offices in developing countries at providing the ‘right data’ to the ‘right people’ in the ‘right format.’ National Statistical Systems (NSS) are crucial to generating the data needed to promote development and reduce poverty and to monitor international development goals.