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Migration data seminar in Tunis

Carla Rojas Paz (Migration Data Editor, IOM’s GMDAC) attended a seminar on migration data in Tunis on 23-24 July

Big Data for Migration Alliance at the 8th Euroscience Open Forum

Marzia Rango (Research and Data Officer, IOM’s GMDAC) participated in a panel discussion on data innovation and migration at the 8th Euroscience Open Forum in Toulouse between 9 – 14 July 2018.

Potential migration towards Europe presented at IMISCOE annual conference

Jasper Tjaden (Data and Survey Officer, IOM's GMDAC) attended the IMISCOE annual conference in Barcelona from 2 – 4 July 2018.
 

Border deaths and migration policies: State and non-state approaches

IOM’s GMDAC, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and other partners organized an international conference on migrant deaths and disappearances in Amsterdam on 14-15 June.

Migration Governance Indicators assessment in Brazil

Susanne Melde (Senior Analyst, IOM´s GMDAC) presented the results of the Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) assessment in Brazil and its links to SDG indicator 10.7.2 during a high-level meeting at the National School of Public Administration in Brasilia on 19 June. The meeting was attended by 20 representatives from different ministries, who commented on the results of the assessment presented. In particular the rights-based approach to migration in Brazil’s 2017 Migration Law was discussed.

Migration and the 2030 Agenda for Development – access and contribution to basic services

The German Federal Foreign Office and Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development along with IOM’s GMDAC hosted the twelfth seminar in the Migration and Development Debate Series in Berlin on 22 June. The seminar, “Migration and the 2030 Agenda for Development – access and contribution to basic services”, included insights from Dr. Jessica Hagen-Zanker, Senior Research Fellow for Migration, Overseas Development Institute (ODI), and Veronika Richler, Social Worker at SOLWODI (Solidarity with women in distress).

IOM and European Commission launch Big Data for Migration Alliance

On 25 June 2018, the European Commission’s Knowledge Centre on Migration and Demography (KCMD) and IOM's Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC) launched the Big Data for Migration Alliance (BD4M). 

When we think of migrants, why not include Einstein and Ronaldo?

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.

Missing Migrants Project records more than 6,000 migrant deaths for third consecutive year

On 23 February IOM’s Missing Migrants Project (MMP) released its summary figures for 2017.

IOM and McKinsey launch report on the value of migration data at the World Economic Forum

IOM´s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre and McKinsey Centre for Government (MCG) jointly released a report to highlight the value of migration data at Davos’ World Economic Forum on 24 January 2018.

Migration data seminar in Tunis

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Migration data seminar in Tunis

Carla Rojas Paz (Migration Data Editor, IOM’s GMDAC) attended a seminar on migration data in Tunis on 23-24 July

Big Data for Migration Alliance at the 8th Euroscience Open Forum

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Big Data for Migration Alliance at the 8th Euroscience Open Forum

Marzia Rango (Research and Data Officer, IOM’s GMDAC) participated in a panel discussion on data innovation and migration at the 8th Euroscience Open Forum in Toulouse between 9 – 14 July 2018.

Potential migration towards Europe presented at IMISCOE annual conference

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Potential migration towards Europe presented at IMISCOE annual conference

Jasper Tjaden (Data and Survey Officer, IOM's GMDAC) attended the IMISCOE annual conference in Barcelona from 2 – 4 July 2018.
 

Border deaths and migration policies: State and non-state approaches

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Border deaths and migration policies: State and non-state approaches

IOM’s GMDAC, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and other partners organized an international conference on migrant deaths and disappearances in Amsterdam on 14-15 June.

Migration Governance Indicators assessment in Brazil

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Migration Governance Indicators assessment in Brazil

Susanne Melde (Senior Analyst, IOM´s GMDAC) presented the results of the Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) assessment in Brazil and its links to SDG indicator 10.7.2 during a high-level meeting at the National School of Public Administration in Brasilia on 19 June.

Migration and the 2030 Agenda for Development – access and contribution to basic services

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Migration and the 2030 Agenda for Development – access and contribution to basic services

The German Federal Foreign Office and Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development along with IOM’s GMDAC hosted the twelfth seminar in the Migration and Development Debate Series in Berlin on 22 June.

IOM and European Commission launch Big Data for Migration Alliance

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IOM and European Commission launch Big Data for Migration Alliance

On 25 June 2018, the European Commission’s Knowledge Centre on Migration and Demography (KCMD) and IOM's Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC) launched the Big Data for Migration Alliance (BD4M). 

When we think of migrants, why not include Einstein and Ronaldo?

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When we think of migrants, why not include Einstein and Ronaldo?

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.

Missing Migrants Project records more than 6,000 migrant deaths for third consecutive year

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Missing Migrants Project records more than 6,000 migrant deaths for third consecutive year

On 23 February IOM’s Missing Migrants Project (MMP) released its summary figures for 2017.

IOM and McKinsey launch report on the value of migration data at the World Economic Forum

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IOM and McKinsey launch report on the value of migration data at the World Economic Forum

IOM´s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre and McKinsey Centre for Government (MCG) jointly released a report to highlight the value of migration data at Davos’ World Economic Forum on 24 January 2018.