Solveigh Hieronimus, Partner at McKinsey & Company, shares her views on data and the integration of migrants in Europe.
The German Federal Foreign Office and Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development along with IOM’s Data Analysis Centre hosted the ninth seminar in the Migration and Development Debate Series in Berlin on 31st August.
On September 7, IOM´s Global Migration Analysis Centre celebrates two years of presence since its launch in 2015. Read more about its key achievements in this short presentation.
OECD, IOM and UNDESA will jointly organize the first International Forum on Migration Statistics in Paris from 15-16 January 2018.
Trends and Analysis
Fatal Journeys Volume 3 – Part 1 provides a global review of existing data sources, and illustrates the need for improvements in the ways that data on missing migrants are collected, analysed and communicated.
The new issue of Migration Policy Practice focuses on irregular migration and, in particular, on new ways to collect and analyse data in this major policy area.
This report provides an analysis of profiling interviews of migrants assisted in 2016 through IOM´s Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration program in Niger.
Coming soon: the Migration Data Portal is designed to gather, in the form of an online query database, key information about global migration from a variety of agencies and national statistical offices, in addition to providing trend analysis.
Managed at GMDAC, this project contributes to the global knowledge base on the relationship between migration and environmental change, including climate change.
Data on integration of migrants in Europe
Irregular migrants in vulnerable situations and access to basic services
Nando Sigona, Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director, Institute for Research into Superdiversity, University of Birmingham, is talking to GMDAC about the extend to which irregular migrants in vulnerable situations have access to basic services.