Protecting children on the move starts with better data

IOM, UNICEF, UNHCR, Eurostat and OECD launched together ‘A call to action: Protecting children on the move starts with better data’, to show how crucial data are to understanding the patterns of global migration and developing policies to support vulnerable groups like children. Read "A call to action" here.

Using big data to understand migration (part 1)

Ingmar Weber, Research Director at Qatar Computing Research Institute, shares his views on the use of big data to understand migration.

Data on labour migration in Asia

Manolo Abella, Senior Research Associate at COMPAS, University of Oxford, discusses the status of existing data on labour migration in Asia.

What is the Migration Data Portal?

Watch the explainer video of the recently launched Migration Data Portal.

How does the UN calculate the number of migrants globally?

Bela Hovy, Chief of Migration Section at UN DESA, is talking to GMDAC on how the United Nations (UN) calculate the total number of migrants around the world.

The effects of migration data on development

Hein de Haas, Professor of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam, shares his views on data, migration and development.

Data on integration of migrants in Europe

Solveigh Hieronimus, Partner at McKinsey & Company, shares her views on data and the 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.

Irregular migrants and access to basic services

Michelle Levoy, Director of the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM), is talking to GMDAC about undocumented migrants and their access to basic social services.

Can we measure irregular migration?

Franck Düvell, Senior Researcher & Associate Professor at the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford, is talking to GMDAC on whether we can “measure” irregular migration.