African Migration to the EU: Irregular migration in context
Over recent years, African nationals have been travelling through the Central Mediterranean Route (CMR) for diverse and multiple reasons, ranging from lack of economic opportunities, poor governance, livelihood stressors, violence and human rights violations. Migratory journeys across the Mediterranean to the southern shores of the EU have attracted much political and media attention and polarized debates across the EU.
Central Mediterranean Route Thematic Report Series - Analysis of Best Practices in the Identification of Missing Migrants: Implications for the Central Mediterranean | Issue No. 2
Over the last decade, crossing the Central Mediterranean has become one of the deadliest journeys in the world for migrants, with at least 15,000 migrants having died on this route since 2014. The vast majority of bodies found are not identified, with net identification rates of migrant bodies around 22 per cent between 1990 and 2013.
Migration and Remittances: Recent developments and outlook
This KNOMAD Migration and Development Brief 31 provides updates on global trends in migration and remittances and validates the projections made in the previous Brief in December 2018.
Guidelines for the Harmonization of Migration Data Management in the ECOWAS Region
Prepared by IOM's Global Migration Data Analysis Centre, these Guidelines are intended for a range of different users of migration data, such as migration researchers, policymakers, as well as national and regional experts working on migration-related mandates.
Central Mediterranean Route Thematic Report Series: Evaluating the impact of information campaigns in the field of migration: A systematic review of the evidence, and practical guidance | Issue No. 1
This report presents the results from a systematic literature review of evaluations of information campaigns related to migration.
Measuring International Labour Mobility
The world is becoming more interconnected, with an acceleration in the movement of information, capital, goods, services and people across international borders. As it becomes easier to travel and work in other countries – especially in common market areas such as the European Union – the expansion of international labour mobility has become a topic of growing policy importance.