Douglas Massey, Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at Princeton University, shares his views on data and migration between the US and Mexico.
Frank Laczko (Director, IOM’s GMDAC) participated in an experts’ meeting on migration data organized by the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa from 27 – 29 August 2018.
Many footballers, Oscar nominees and Nobel laureates are migrants. It’s time to overturn stereotypes about migration. IOM´s GMDAC Jasper Tjaden writes for The Guardian.
Trends and Analysis
"Migration and the 2030 Agenda: A Guide for Practitioners" is designed to serve government actors, both national and local, involved in any process of Sustainable Development Goal implementation.
LAUNCHED: The Migration Data Portal aims to serve as a unique access point to timely, comprehensive migration statistics and reliable information about migration data globally.
The Missing Migrants Project tracks deaths of migrants and those who have gone missing along migratory routes across the globe. At least 28,000 migrants around the world have lost their lives since the project began in 2014.
The MGI is a tool developed by IOM in collaboration with the Economist Intelligence Unit, which aims at supporting voluntary governments in taking stock of their migration governance structures.
Mexico-US migration: What can data tell us?
Human mobility and climate change in South America
Luiza Pallone, Researcher at the South American Network for Environmental Migrations (RESAMA), shares her views on human mobility and climate change in South America.