Data Collection and Analysis, Chapter 2 of the Ten Point Plan in Action 2016 Update
The chapter within a larger UNHCR work The 10 Point Plan in Action addresses the management of mixed migration, or migratory movements where migrants travelling along the same route have different motives (such as seeking better economic opportunity or fleeing persecution).
Integrating migrants in emergency preparedness, response and recovery in their host countries: Training Manual
This training course is aimed at providing details on why it is important, and how, to roll out measure that can help bridge some of these barriers. Such measures include those that the relevant actors can take to improve their capacity to reach, assist and protect migrants before, during and after crises, and those that improve migrants’ ability to access resources, information and opportunities.
Chapter 4 espcially focuses on profiling, categorizing and localizing migrants.
Promoting the Health of Left-Behind Children of Asian Labour Migrants: Evidence for Policy and Action
Monitoring the Situation of Children and Women for 20 Years
This UNICEF paper discusses Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) and their positive impact on ensuring data collection on women and children in low to middle income countries or helping countries measure attainment of Millenium Development Goals (MDGs). While explaining the development process and accomplishments of MICS, the paper does not offer explicit instructions for completing these surveys.
Report on the Methodology, Organization and Results of a Modular Sample Survey on Labour Migration in Ukraine
The case study analyses how labour migration is measured in Ukraine. Included in the report are explanations of how the survey team was assembled, how regions and households were picked to form a cohesive and adequate sample, and how the results were calculated while minimizing error. The rest of the work is dedicated to exploring the results of the survey.
International Household Survey Network Guidelines
These guidelines from the International Household Survey Network are useful to anyone in the midst of survey creation or implementation, not matter what stage. Clicking through the various options leads users to documents that are a mix of case studies and instructions, such as an Excel file that lays out the budget for implementing an 'ideal' survey and census program in South Africa.
Hard to see, harder to count: Survey guidelines to estimate forced labour of adults and children
The manual offers guidelines for quantitative research on trafficking in persons, including both adults and children. Necessary definitions, descriptions of methodologies, and templates for questionnaires are all included and thus make this a helpful work for readers of varying levels of familiarity with the topic.
Survey Organization Manual: Demographic and Health Surveys Methodology
This helps countries craft and put into place Demographic and Health Surveys, which measure indicators such as fertility, family planning, mortality, reproductive health, child health, nutrition, HIV/AIDS, among others. The publication lays out the steps that the relevant organization needs to take to create the survey, such as organizing the necessary committees, drafting a budget, and choosing indicators; it also lists helpful manuals or guidebooks to aid further reading.