Migrants as Messengers: The Impact of Peer-to-Peer Communication on Potential Migrants in Senegal - Impact Evaluation Report
The report presents key results from a rigorous impact evaluation that assessed the impact of the Migrants as Messengers (MaM) information events in Dakar, Senegal. MaM was a peer-to-peer awareness-raising campaign implemented in Senegal, Guinea and Nigeria from December 2017 to March 2019.
Children on the move: Building migration data capacities - Workshop report
Data gaps and inconsistences and incomparable indicators seriously impact the ability of countries and international organizations to effectively protect migrant and forcibly displaced children. This workshop sought to jumpstart the development of a global approach to improve data on children on the move.
PRIMI: Regional Platform for Migration Information
This platform provides official migration data from the countries of Central America and the Caribbean. Funded by the IOM Development Fund, it makes data on migration generated by the governments of the region and disaggregated by sex, age and nationality available to decision makers and the general public.
IOM Glossary on Migration - International Migration Law N°34
The IOM Glossary on Migration is an accessible and extensive collection of definitions of migration-related terminology. It is designed for a broad range of actors engaging with migration at the international level. It also provides some insights on regional and national practices.
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.
Can mobile phone data be used for official statistics? Asia and the Pacific say yes.
This paper presents outcomes from a Regional Workshop on the Use of Mobile Phone Data for Official Statistics, hosted by BPS Indonesia in conjunction with UN ESCAP, UN DESA, Pulse Lab Jakarta and the UN Global Working Group on Big Data for Official Statistics. The workshop brought together ten countries for hands on, practical experience in using mobile phone data for official statistics.