Uncertain Pathways: How gender shapes the experiences of children on the move
The number of persons living outside their country of birth or citizenship reached a record high of 281 million in 2020 – representing 3.6 per cent of the global population. Children younger than 18 accounted for 35.5 million of them and over a third, an estimated 13 million, were refugees and asylum seekers
Gender and Migration Data: A guide for evidence-based, gender-responsive migration governance
The purpose of this note is to provide concrete guidance to policymakers, national statistical offices (NSOs) and practitioners on why it is important to promote gender-responsiveness when collecting, producing, using, analysing and disseminating migration data for policy – and how. Gender and diversity analysis is one tool that policymakers, NSOs and practitioners can use to identify needs and address policy shortcomings as part of a gender analysis framework.
Accurate, timely, interoperable? Data management in the asylum procedure in Austria
The study focuses on the types of data that are collected on asylum seekers in Austria, from the moment when an application is lodged and until a first-instance decision is issued, and how the data are managed. Recent developments and trends relating to data management are described and the challenges and good practices that have previously emerged in Austria in the area of data collection and management are discussed.
German version of the report and additional information:
Cifras Clave sobre la Migración Mundial, 2017 - 2021
Cifras clave sobre:
- Poblaciones de migrantes
- Gobernanza migratoria
- Migración laboral
- Refugiados y solicitantes de asilo
- Desplazamientos internos
- Trata de personas y esclavitud moderna
- Migrantes desaparecidos.
Leave No Migrant Behind: The 2030 Agenda and Data Disaggregation
The objective of the “Leave No Migrant Behind: The 2030 Agenda and Data Disaggregation” guide, published by IOM, is to provide user-centric guidance on disaggregation of SDG indicators by migratory status. It is aimed at practitioners across governments, international organizations or other actors who work with migration and/or SDG data.
Asia-Pacific Regional Secondary Data Review
Despite a growing volume of migration-related data in recent decades, the need for a reliable, nuanced and harmonized evidence base, reflecting both current and historical migration developments in Asia and the Pacific region, remains – notably when it comes to policy-making, planning and operational purposes, and informing the public discourse on migration.