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Explore international migration statistics on our world map

Explore international, publicly available and internationally comparable migration data on our interactive world map. Data is available on a variety of topics, including immigration and emigration, public opinion and migrant integration. All data is from international sources, such as UN DESA and UNICEF.

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Food Security & Human Mobility

This spotlight section aims to serve as an entry point to understand the complex relationship between migration, displacement and food security, which is often intertwined with other environmental, economic or socio-political forces or instabilities. 

Displacement Tracking Matrix
Displacement Tracking Matrix

IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is a system for collecting and analysing data to disseminate important multi-layered information about the mobility, vulnerabilities, and needs of displaced and mobile populations.

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Compare indicators in our new dashboard

Compare international migration data across a variety of indicators. Choose the country or region you are interested in, select up to four indicators to compare, and choose the year, or years you’d like to see data on. All data is international data.

Ukraine: Migration statistics, policy and humanitarian responses

A new section dedicated to Ukraine is now live, offering an overview of key migration data sources and trends related to Ukraine, including migrant stocks, number of international students, labour migration and remittances. The section also provides the most recent data on different vulnerable groups on the move and latest information on migration policies and humanitarian responses.

Key Figures: Mobility within and from Ukraine, 2020-2023

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Compare countries or regions

Compare international migration data across countries or regions. Choose the indicator you are interested in, select up to four countries or regions you’d like to compare, and select the year, or years you’d like to see data on. All data is international data.

National data
National Data

Explore official national migration data for four pilot countries -- Switzerland, South Africa, New Zealand and Germany -- as well as estimates on national and subnational migration from WorldPop.

What is the Migration Data Portal?

The Portal aims to serve as a unique access point to timely, comprehensive migration statistics and reliable information about migration data globally. Learn more.

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New design! Migration Governance Indicators (MGI)

We've revamped the MGI section, so now it's even easier to learn about the MGI process, migration governance at national and local levels, our latest publications, videos and more.


Learn how each Goal relates to migration and the migration-relevant data for each target and indicator.

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Global Compact for Migration: Data resources on the Portal