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Since 2000, IOM has been producing its flagship world migration reports every two years. The World Migration Report 2022, the eleventh in the world migration report series, has been produced to contribute to increased understanding of migration and mobility throughout the world.
Within the framework of the project, Understanding and Managing Internal Migration in Mongolia (UMIMM), a study on employment was conducted to improve evidence-based policymaking on internal migration.
World Migration Report 2022: Chapter 12 - Reflections on migrant's contributions in an era of increasing disruption and disinformation (Repeat)
Editor's Note: This chapter first appeared in the World Migration Report 2020. The research for this chapter inspired us to delve deeper into the topic of disinformation, resulting in Chapter 8 on disinformation about migration (in this volume). The last two years, however, have shown us that the… Read More
Informe de Evaluación: Transversalización de la Migración en los Sectores de Empleo y Desarrollo Urbano en el Ecuador 2019
El Ecuador ha experimentado un crecimiento considerable de la migración internacional en los últimos años. La crisis de los refugiados y migrantes venezolanos, en particular, ha tenido un impacto significativo en las dinámicas de migración regionales y en las prioridades nacionales. Por… Read More
Le chômage, le manque de ressources essentielles et les changements environnementaux font partie des principaux facteurs de migration à Madagascar, ce qui engendre des tendances migratoires complexes tant au niveau interne que transnational. Depuis le début du XXe siècle, la migration interne… Read More
Vulnerabilities and Risks of Exploitation Encountered by Vietnamese Migrant Workers (Vietnamese)Tính dễ bị tổn thương và rủi ro bị bóc lột của lao động di cư Việt Nam
Nghiên cứu xem xét tính dễ bị tổn thương và các rủi ro bị bóc lột mà lao động di cư Việt Nam có thể phải đối mặt trong quá trình tuyển dụng, làm việc tại quốc gia tiếp nhận và khi trở về nước.
Vulnerabilities and Risks of Exploitation Encountered by Vietnamese Migrant WorkersA qualitative study of returnees’ labour migration experiences
The qualitative research explores vulnerabilities and risks of exploitation faced by Vietnamese migrant workers during recruitment, employment at destinations, and upon return to Viet Nam.
This report provides an overview of the mechanisms that facilitate regular labour migration in the Caribbean, as these mechanisms constitute important elements in regional and national migration governance structures.
Migration has become a key aspect of the development discourse in Nepal. Nepal is a major country of origin for labour migration, with more than half of all Nepali households having at least one family member engaged in international or internal migration or living in Nepal as a returned migrant.… Read More
Unemployment, lack of basic resources, and environmental changes are some of the main drivers of migration in Madagascar, resulting in complex migration trends both internally and transnationally. Since the beginning of the twentieth century, internal migration has been a key livelihood strategy… Read More
Ecuador has seen a significant increase in international immigration in recent years. The Venezuelan refugee and migrant crisis, in particular, has significantly impacted regional migration trends and national priorities. Consequently, Ecuador faces challenges in managing the inflow of migrants (… Read More