Sonia Plaza, Senior Economist at the World Bank, shares her views on data on diasporas
Governments will present outcomes of Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) assessments during a side-event on the margins of the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) on SDGs in New York on 17 July 2019.
GMDAC and IOM Germany launched a joint briefing series called “Berlin Migration Talks” on 13 March 2019. The inaugural briefing focused on GMDAC’s work on assessing the impact of information campaigns in the field of migration.
Trends and Analysis
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.
This report analyses good practices in migration data capacity building by looking at recent efforts by international organizations to enhance the capacity of National Statistical Systems (NSS) and other national agencies to collect, manage and disseminate official statistics on migration, thereby providing a basis for sound policymaking.
This is the fourth in IOM’s series of annual global reports on the deaths and disappearances of migrants around the world. Since 2014, IOM’s Missing Migrants Project has recorded globally the deaths of more than 32,000 people.
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. More than 32,000 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.
Data on diasporas
Migration data for global processes
Keiko Osaki-Tomita, President of Tokiwa University in Japan, shares her views on migration data, the Sustainable Development Goals and the Global Compact for Migration.