Migration in Kenya: A Country Profile 2018 is a follow-up on the 2015 edition. It provides an overview of Kenya’s migration trends and data, as well as the country’s legal framework and governance structures pertaining to migration. The report also describes the impact of migration on the country’s... Read more
This Migration Profile is the result of a two-year project (2016–2018) implemented by the International Organization for Migration at the request of and in partnership with Maldives Immigration, under the purview of the Ministry of Economic Development. It brings together all available relevant... Read more
The Integrated Location Assessment (ILA) – Round III provides an in-depth look into both displacement and return movements in Iraq, putting a special focus on profiling the locations these groups live in and the social dynamics they are immersed in.
This Data Bulletin explores the important role of census data in measuring migrant stocks and flows. Censuses provide an ideal opportunity for the enumeration of international migrants in a society, and most countries already include in their census a question on nativity and/or citizenship status... Read more
“Evaluating the impact of information campaigns in the field of migration: A systematic review of the evidence, a practical guidance” presents the results of a systematic literature review of the evaluations of migration information campaigns.
The Global Migration Indicators 2018 report is a snapshot of what we know about migration today. The data is organized along 17 key migration themes and based largely on data taken from Global Migration Data Portal – IOM’s one-stop-shop for international migration data. The report aims to provide a... Read more
This study looks at three labour migration issues – national policy frameworks, data management and migrant worker practices – in four East African Community (EAC) Partner States: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda and the United Republic of Tanzania. It is couched within relevant EAC and African Union... Read more
“The idea that most people do not move or are fixed at a specific location might be appealing but it is wrong. Mobility is an inherent characteristic of all populations unless specific policies or other factors are in place that limit or control that mobility.”
This is the second issue of the IOM Italy Briefing series, which focuses on the many impacts of the migrant population on the Italian welfare. It presents the most up-to-date evidence on migrants’ presence in terms of demographic evolution and looks at migrants’ participation in different sectors... Read more
This is the first issue of the IOM Italy Briefing series, which presents the most updated data and information regarding Bangladeshis’ migration to Italy. The Briefing combines data gathered through IOM activities in Italy (e.g. Displacement Tracking Matrix surveys and protection actions at landing... Read more
This study provides an overview on Resettlement and the Austrian Humanitarian Admission Programme for especially vulnerable Syrian refugees. The first and second part of the Humanitarian Admission Programme (HAP I and HAP II) are examined in the context of developments at the global, European and... Read more
This report provides a comprehensive assessment of the Libya’s migration data capacity and statistical systems while documenting available data on migration to and from the country. The assessment is intended to support the Government in improving collection and management of migration-related data... Read more