There is a new willingness in a growing number of European countries to adopt a more innovative approach to returning rejected asylum-seekers and irregular migrants, through trying more explicitly to link return with reintegration and development assistance. Some countries, such as France, the... Read more
Over the past ten years, there has been a significant increase in the number of regional consultative processes focusing on migration. These non-binding fora bring representatives of states, civil society and international organizations together at the regional level to discuss migration-related... Read more
This study aims to “aid the Costa Rican and Nicaraguan Governments to formulate policies that promote migration as a national and regional agent of human development”.
It assesses the economic impact of Nicaraguan migration on their respective economies in terms of productivity levels, employment,... Read more
This Migration Research Series (MRS) booklet features all MRS volumes published from 2000 to 2014. IOM’s MRS was launched in 2000 as a means to share the results of research studies conducted by the Organization’s Research Unit, IOM Country Offices, and external experts to a wider audience more... Read more
The purpose of the World Migration Report is to provide an authoritative account of contemporary trends, issues, and problems in the field of international migration. For the first time, a comprehensive review of trends in international migration in each major region of the world is presented... Read more
This 1999 statistical report was the second in a series of IOM reports providing a description of the migration trends in the 12 CIS countries. The report provides statistical data on flows of migrants,asylum seekers and displaced persons among the CIS countries, and beyond the region. This edition... Read more