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Parallel sessions

The IFMS included 38 parallel sessions spread over two days. Apart from panels proposed by the eight IFMS partner organisations, parallel sessions incorporated submissions received in response to the IFMS call for papers. The IFMS Programme Committee reviewed over 100 such submissions, and the final programme included 14 submitted parallel sessions and 10 parallel sessions comprising submitted papers. Topics of parallel sessions ranged from methodological issues in migration statistics such as sampling, data innovation and combination, big data, migration and the environment, migrant integration, and migration in the context of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

Schedule of parallel sessions 

Session 1.A: Improving Data on Refugees: Lessons from the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics

Vebjorn Aalandslid: History and overview of the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics (EGRIS)

Haoyi Chen: Defining refugees and asylum seekers for the purposes of statistical measurement

Piotr Juchno: Measuring the numbers and characteristics of refugees

Eric Jensen: Measuring living conditions and integration of refugees

Petra Nahmias: Improving the coordination and integration of systems for collecting data and producing official statistics on refugees

 

Session 1.B: Improving migration data for policy: Data innovation and capacity-building at national, regional and global levels

Frank Laczko, Susanne Melde and Jasper Dag Tjaden: The Global Migration Data Portal as a capacity-building tool

Elisa Mosler Vidal and Karine Kuyumjyan: Supporting governments in localization and operationalization of migration-related SDGs – a new guide on a bottom-up approach

Liesl Riddle and Ghenadie Slobodeniuc: Towards global data on diaspora – lessons learnt from 150 mappings and potential for a common approach

Ann Singleton and Ogaba Ogabidu: Regional Guidelines to address national, regional and global policy priorities

Johannes Jutting: Building data capacities in developing countries

 

Session 1.C: Child and youth migrants: can existing data sources address their experiences and needs? How can we improve them?

Katherine Donato: A Global Mapping of Migrant and Displaced Children: Trends and Patterns

Tatiana Eremenko: Analysing child migrants’ legal trajectories - Evidence from France

Nicolas Perrin and Lionel Brackman: Challenges in Producing Statistics on Unaccompanied Minors in Belgium: Identification and Monitoring of Individual and Administrative Trajectories

Mustafa Aslan: The Invisible Working Force of Minor Migrants - The Case of Syrian Children in Turkey

 

Session 1.D: Innovative uses of administrative data for a statistical purpose

Evangelos Sakkopoulos: Privacy, Anonymity, and Big Data for Migration Policy

Victor Ng: Tackling an innovative data source on asylum: from a fragile approach to an agile approach

Jon Simmons: Using administrative data to improve knowledge of migration: new developments in UK

 

Session 1.E: Measuring immigrant integration: filling knowledge gaps and exploring new measurement approaches?

Rossalina Latcheva and David Reichel: The Second European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey (EU-MIDIS II): Measuring aspects of welcoming society

Kristian Tronstad: Accumulation of poor living conditions among immigrants in Norway

Kate Scrivens: Measurement of immigrants’ wellbeing

Xiaoyi Yan: Social outcomes of immigrants and refugees: data innovations, knowledge and gaps

Ramona Rischke: Social cohesion in times of forced displacement – the case of young people in Jordan

 

Session 1.F: Integrated administrative data as a source of information on migration

Peter Dolan: Challenges in measuring mobility at a subnational level

Ilka Steiner and Philippe Wanner: Creating a system of indicators of migration and integration based on linked administrative registers. The Swiss Experience

Gunter Brückner and Jan Eberle: Integrated data sets as a source of information on refugees: Linking Administrative Data and Survey Data

 

Session 1.G: Skills and Migration

Silke Uebelmesser: Presence of language-learning opportunities abroad and migration to Germany

Samuel Vezina: Projecting the literacy skills proficiency of the working-age population in a context of high immigration and increasing education levels

Louise Caron: The Best of the Best? Educational Selectivity, Economic Integration and Remigration

 

Session 1.H: Improving the integration of systems for collecting migration data: Innovative initiatives from National Statistical Offices (NSOs)

Antonio Argüeso Jimenez: 2021 population census and migration statistics in Spain. Why exchanging microdata

Jay Lindop: Using administrative data to meet the changing needs for migration statistics in the United Kingdom

Niels Ploug: Migration Statistics based on administrative data. Opportunities and Challenges. The Danish Case

Jason Schachter: Data Integration at the US Census Bureau: Recent Initiatives to Improve Estimates of International Migration

 

Session 2.A: Statistics on international labour migration: statistical standards, sampling issues, and methodology of global estimates

Vijay Verma: Statistical standards on international migrant workers

Hasibe Dedes: Sampling issues in covering citizens as well as migrants and refugees in LFS

Natalia Popova and Vijay Verma: ILO Global estimates on international migrant workers: methodology and challenges

Alcestis (Thetis) Abrera Mangahas: Contribution of the Philippine experience to the measurement of the migration phenomenon and its value added

 

Session 2.B: Measuring Migration in the Context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Bela Hovy: Improving Migration Data in the Context of the 2030 Agenda: Recommendations from the Expert Group Meeting

Grace Bediako: SDGs Monitoring in Ghana: Strategies and Challenges

Ahmed A. Momani: Measurements of Jordanian Abroad and non Jordanians in Jordan

Sanonoi Buracharoen: Collection and compilation of statistics on migration-relevant SDG indicators in Thailand

Jason Schachter and Megan Benetsky: Measuring International Migration-Related SDGs with U.S. Census Bureau Data

Keiko Osaki-Tomita: An overview of the United Nations Development Account Project on Improving Migration Statistics

 

Session 2.C: The future census as a source of data on migrant populations

Lewis Dijkstra: How geo-referenced and regional data on migration can support better policy making

Niels Ploug: Migration statistics based on administrative data. Opportunities and challenges. The Danish case

Janusz Dygaszewicz: How geo-referenced data can improve statistics on migrants

David Thorogood and Adam Wronski: Towards the post-2021 EU census of population as a source of robust migration statistics

 

Session 2.D: Issues and challenges in measuring Female Genital Cutting in migration countries

Els Leye: Estimating the prevalence of FGM in Europe: lessons learned from a pilot project in Belgium and Italy

Armelle Andro: How to carry out a survey on FGM among the Second Generation

Livia Elisa Ortensi: Migrating with Special Needs? Projections of Flows of Migrant Women with Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting Toward Europe 2016–2030

Bettina Shell-Duncan and Stanley Yoder: Challenges of Estimating FGC Prevalence in the United States

 

Session 2.E: Migration between the United States, Mexico and the Northern Triangle of Central America (NCTA): Emerging Challenges and Prospects

Carla Pederzini and Silvia Giorguli: Measuring Immigration from North American and the NTCA in Mexico: Advantages and Data Limitations

Jeffrey Passel and Ana Gonzalez-Barrera: Migration to the United States from Mexico and NTCA: Trends, characteristics, estimated returns flows and data needs

Ernesto Rodriguez Chavez and Pablo Mateos: Measuring Central American transit migration through Mexico: Challenges and Trends

Claudia Masferrer: Return Migration to Mexico : Policy response, Measurement Challenges and Data Needs

Víctor M. García-Guerrero: International migration scenarios and future demographic changes in North America and NTCA

 

Session 2.F: Combining different datasets to measure migration

Tatiana Eremenko: Administrative trajectories of rejected asylum seekers in France

Florent Domergue: Combining French and international data to better understand the situation of immigrants and their descendants: the example of family structures

Melissa Siegel and Veronika Fajth: Monitoring and mapping migration within the EU with existing data

 

Session 2.G: Measuring Emigration

Gustavo Schifris: Length of stay abroad (or in Israel) and the measuring of emigration flows in Israel

Andreas Ette: Tracing Emigrating Populations from Highly-Developed Countries: Resident Registration Data as a Sampling Frame for International German Migrants

Silje Vatne Pettersen: Underestimation of emigration – an alternative approach

Amal Nour El-Deen and Taher Hassan Saleh: Socio-Economic and Demographic Characteristics of Egyptian Migrants

 

Session 2.H: Migration Statistics Challenges in Africa

Yannick Brice Kouogueng Yeyouomo: Analyzing the Impact of International Migration on Multidimensional Poverty in Sending Countries: Evidence from Cameroon

Abdoulaye Idrissa Boukary: Migration Measurement

Elvino Zacarias Nhantumbo: Proposal to measure international migrations and their impacts: the example of Mozambique

Daouda Aba Fané: Understanding migration through data

Samir Farid: Design of Specialized Surveys of International Migration: The MED-HIMS Experience

 

Session 3.A: Measuring trafficking in persons

Angela Me: Introductory remarks on SDG indicators and challenges to measure hidden phenomena

Kristiina Kangaspunta: Prevalence of human trafficking: measuring detected and non-detected trafficking victims

Michaëlle De Cock: Measuring trafficking for forced labour: survey methodology

Suze Hageman: National estimate on the number of trafficking victims: Multiple Systems Estimation (MSE)

Harry Cook: New ways to gather data on victims of trafficking

 

Session 3.B: Migrants in Vulnerable Situations and the Left Behind

Kolitha Wickramage and Jacqueline Weekers: Health Consequences of Migrant Workers and their “left-behind” children in the Global South

Vivianne Van Der Vorst: Using comprehensive migration surveys/the Displacement Tracking Matrix to gather data on vulnerable populations

Eliza Galos and Laura Bartolini: Migrant Vulnerability to Human Trafficking and Exploitation: Evidence from the Central and Eastern Mediterranean Migration Routes

 

Session 3.C: Data integration for measuring migration

Nino Ghvinadze: Synthesis of administrative data and big data technologies for improved migration data 

Jay Lindop: Integrating data for the long-term international migration estimates of the United Kingdom 

Enrico Tucci: Administrative data integration for measuring emigration flows: a new approach in the Italian case 

Antonio Argüeso Jimenez: UNECE task force on data integration for measuring migration

 

Session 3.D: Collecting Data on Mobile Populations: Migrant Flows and Recruitment Pathways to the GCC

Susan Godlonton: Pairing Administrative Datasets with Google Trends to Infer Migrant Flows and Sending Country Impacts

Rabia Malik: Using Mobile Phone Technology to Study Migrant Recruitment Processes in Pakistan

Randall Kuhn: A Large-Scale Survey of International Migrants from a Rural Area of Bangladesh

Bilesha Weeraratne: Tracing Informal Recruitment Relationships through Panel Surveys on Migrants

 

Session 3.E: Methodological innovations for estimating hard-to-count migrant populations

Georges Lemaître: A General Method for Estimating the Number of Unauthorised Immigrants, Using Standard Data Sources

Ben Wilson: Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Informal Settlements in Italy: A Multidimensional Vulnerability Assessment

Jeffrey S. Passel and Enrico Marcelli: Measuring Characteristics of Unauthorized Immigrants in the U.S.: Comparison of Individual and Aggregate-level Estimates from Alternative Methods

Neriman Can Ergan: Survey on Production of Forcibly Displaced Population (FDP) Statistics

 

Session 3.F: Sampling migrants comparatively: challenges and possibilities

Inmaculada Serrano: Surveying immigrants in Southern Europe: Spanish and Italian strategies in comparative perspective

Romana Careja: Pros and cons of register based statistical information in migration and integration research: examples from Denmark and Sweden

Kurt  Salentin and Hans Schmeets: Sampling immigrants in the Netherlands and Germany

Marcela Cerrutti: Catching the elusive: studying Argentinean returnees from Spain

Audrey Lenoël: The challenge of measuring migration flows and stocks in developing countries: the case of Senegal

 

Session 3.G: Various dimensions of immigrant integration

Ognjen Obucina: Poverty among immigrants upon arrival in Sweden - a comparison by the type of migration

Lucy Jordan: Geography, gender and the migration trajectories of Indonesian and Filipino transnational parents

Matthieu Solignac: Homeownership of Immigrants in France: selection effects related to international migration flows

Salvatore Strozza: Integration of the second generation in Italy: data on school inclusion paths

Evi Nurvidya Arifin: Quantifying Diversity of Migrants in OBOR countries

 

Session 3.H: Migration Measurement I

Nimfa B. Ogena: Improving the Measurement of Migration in the Philippines

Avijit Mistri: Is the Migration from Indian Sundarban an Environmental Migration? An Approach to Sustainable Livelihood

Linus Garp: Mapping circular migration

Daniel Costa: Temporary Foreign Workers by the Numbers: New Estimates by Visa Classification

 

Session 4.A: Measuring emigration through population censuses in destination and origin countries

Haoyi Chen: Collecting emigration data through population censuses in countries of origin

Charlotte Levionnois: Measuring emigration through population censuses in destination countries

Tengiz Tsekvava: Emigration Statistics in Georgia

Edgar Vielma: Mexico as country of origin and host

Nadia Touihri: Tunisian emigration through censuses: pros and cons

Eric Jensen and Matthew Spence: Measuring Mexican emigration to the United States using the American Community Survey

 

Session 4.B: Communicating data on migration - Strategies to improve data literacy and data usage by decision makers and the general public

Andreas Perret: Migration Indicators for Switzerland: Is visualization just a nice way to share academic research or can it offer more?

Julia Urhausen: Engaging with citizens through statistics. Experience from Eurostat

Caterina Francesca Guidi: Measuring and communicating the real impact of migrants in the receiving societies: the example of health systems

 

Session 4.C: Measuring the migration-environment nexus: State of the Art

Francois Gemenne: Difficulties of providing quantitative estimates of environmental migration

Leal Kumar Dindoyal: Data sources on migration linked to the environment, data collection challenges and methodologies developed, including the Housing and Population Census

Etienne Piguet: Environmental migration surveys: toward canonical questions?

Robert Oakes: Opportunities and challenges of Agent-based modelling

Justin Ginnetti: Disaster displacement data, analysis, and methodologies in sudden and slow onset contexts

Petra Nahmias: Potential methodologies / approaches to improve data collection in contexts where conflict is intertwined with disasters

Julia Blocher: Integrating the human dimension in drought indices and early warning

 

Session 4.D: Measuring return and reintegration outcomes

Sonja Fransen: The socio-economic sustainability of refugee return: Insights from Burundi

Hervé Nicolle:  Sustainable reintegration? What we know of measurements and how to apply them in practice

Inmaculada Serrano: Understanding and measuring return through quantitative data

Stefanie Barratt: Developing a Return and Reintegration Index for UNHCR Afghanistan

 

Session 4.E: Migration Traceability

Dana Diminescu: Migration digital traces

Mathieu Jacomy, Quentin Lobbé, Dana Diminescu: e-Diasporas, Digital methods for the exploration, analysis , mapping and archiving  of e-diasporas

Charles Heller: Liquid Traces: Investigating the Deaths of Migrants at the EU’s Maritime Frontier

Elian Carsenat: Mining personal names in the Big Data to map Diaporas

Benjamin Hounsell: Connected refugees data : refugees using mobile devices and the internet in East Africa

Léa Macias: Mapping a refugee camp: what Digitalization of the Humanitarian Organizations looks like in Zaatari, Jordan

Carleen Maitland: Refugee-Driven Data Management Systems

 

Session 4.F: Migration Measurement II

Lama Kabbanji: A mixed methods approach to analyse migration between Syria and Lebanon between 2006 and 2016

Michal Adamski: Estimates of real international long-term migration flows in 2009-2015 - description of the method

Feng Hou: How Temporary Are Canada’s Temporary Foreign Workers?

Ukoji Vitalis Ukoji: Intra-Household Dynamics of International Migrant Remittance Utilisation among Remittance-Receiving Households, Southeast, Nigeria

Sabrina Juran and Jasper Dag Tjaden: The potential of the 2010 population and housing census round for international migration analysis

 

Session 4.G: Improving Migration, Remittances and diaspora data: SDGs and the Global Compact on Migration

Rainer Muenz: Migration and Demographics, latest trends

Thomas Buettner: New methodologies for including migration in demographic projections

Flore Gubert: Contributions of migration and remittances in Africa

Ann Singleton: Handbook for Improving the Production and Use of Migration Data for Development

Lisa Anderson: Collecting migration and remittance data through household surveys

 

Session 4.H: Master Class

Douglas Massey: Designing and Implementing Migration Surveys

 

Session 5A: International Students and Temporary Skilled Workers: Comparing Data from around the Globe

Neil G. Ruiz: Origins and Destinations of Foreign Students in the United States

Massimiliano Tani Bertuol: PhD Labour Market for Australians and International Students in Australia

Rajika Bhandari: Shifting National Landscapes and Global Student Mobility: How are the Top Host Countries Faring?

Jasmine Trang Ha: Longitudinal Follow-up of International Students in the U.S. and Canada based on National Surveys of College Graduates

Parvati Raghuram and Gunjan Sondhi: High-Skilled Immigration Trends in United Kingdom and other European Union Countries

 

Session 5.B: Return and Onward Migration: What do we know? And what we would like to know?

Andrea Monti: Outmigration patterns of foreign born residents from Sweden 1990-2012

Corrado Bonifazi and Angela Paparusso: The effect of the legal status on the return migration intentions of migrants living in Italy

Amparo González-Ferrer: The role of reasons for (initial) migration in shaping return migration among Sub-Saharan immigrants in Europe

Siddartha Aradhya, Jeffrey Neilson and Christopher Smith: Does Child Gender Influence the Return Migration of Immigrant Parents? Register-based Evidence from Sweden

Audrey Lenoël, Inmaculada Serrano and Amparo González-Ferrer: Methodological challenges of a cross-country survey on return migration

 

Session 5.C: Investigating the Impacts of Displacement and Return in East Africa

Craig Loschmann: Considering the benefits of hosting refugees: Evidence of refugee camps influencing local labor market activity and economic welfare in Rwanda

Veronika Fajth: Is Local Social Cohesion Influenced by Hosting Refugees?

Katrin Marchand: The Consequences of Forced Migration on Congolese Refugees in Rwanda

Sonja Fransen: The Impact of Refugee Return on Land Access and Food Security

 

Session 5.D: Forced Migration within state borders: the challenges and opportunities of understanding internal displacement

Natalia Baal: Making data useful: collaboration, profiling and durable solutions

Justin Ginnetti: Overview of existing data on internal displacement and challenges at the global level

Vibeke Nielsen: The IDP sub-group of the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics

Kimberly Roberson: Challenges in obtaining data on IDPS at the operational level

Linus Bengtsson: The data revolution in IDP statistics: the potential of big data and new technologies

 

Session 5.E: Mobilizing big data to measure highly skilled migration: lessons and challenges

Mathias Czaika: Assessing the globalisation of scientific mobility from bibliometric data, 1970–2014

Lama Kabbanji and Sorana Toma: Using bibliometric and administrative data as sampling frames for web-surveys of researchers

Hector Cebolla-Boado and Yasemin Soysal: Which Institutional Configuration is More Efficient to Attract International Students? A combined use of university-level administrative data

Bogdan State: The migration of professionals to the US through LinkedIn geo-localized career data

 

Session 5.F: Data and analysis on migrant integration at the local level

Paolo Veneri: The integration of migrants across OECD regions

Anne Clemenceau, Piotr Juchno, Adam Wronski: Infra-national data on migrant integration: case of EU-LFS and beyond

Fabrizio Natale: Residential segregation of migrants in EU cities: empirical evidence and drivers

Giuseppe Gabrielli: Young foreigners and school

 

Session 5.G: Migration data and policies

David Ingleby: A new strand on Health for the Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX): results from the first round

Roberto Rodolfo Georg Uebel: Immigration in Brazil: a statistical challenge in the 21st century

Martín Koolhaas: Attitudes towards Immigration in Uruguay

 

Parallel sessions names and organisers

 Session name

 Organiser(s)

Attitudes/Diversity Programme Committee
Child and youth migrants: can existing data sources address their experiences and needs? How can we improve them? Tatiana Eremenko, Post-doctoral fellow, Institute of Economy, Geography and Demography (IEGD), Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain, tatiana.eremenko@cchs.csic.es
Collecting Data on Mobile Populations: Migrant Flows and Recruitment Pathways to the GCC Peter Bearman, Jonathan R. Cole Professor of the Social Sciences, Director, INCITE (Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics), Columbia University, USA, psb17@columbia.edu
Combining different datasets Programme Committee
Communicating data on migration - Strategies to improve data literacy and data usage by decision makes and the general public Matthias Rumpf, Data Communications Manager, OECD, Germany, Matthias.RUMPF@oecd.org
Data and analysis on migrant integration at the local level Paolo Veneri, Acting Head of Regional Analysis and Statistics Unit, Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Local Development and Tourism, OECD, France, Paolo.VENERI@oecd.org
Data integration for measuring migration Andres Vikat, Chief, Social and Demographic Statistics, UNECE, Switzerland, Andres.Vikat@unece.org
Forced Migration within state borders: the challenges and opportunities of understanding internal displacement  Petra Nahmias, Senior Statistician, UNHCR, Denmark, NAHMIAS@unhcr.org
Hard-to-count migrants Programme Committee
Improving Data on Refugees: Lessons from the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics Eric Jensen, Senior Technical Expert for Demographic Analysis, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau, USA, Eric.B.Jensen@census.gov

Improving migration data for policy: Data innovation and capacity-building at national, regional and global levels

Marina Manke, Head Labour Mobility and Human Development Division, IOM Geneva, and Frank Laczko, Director, IOM’s Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC)

Innovative uses of administrative data for a statistical purpose Angeliki Grammatikopoulou, Migration Expert, Migration Policy Directorate, Hellenic Ministry for Migration Policy, Greece, a.grammatikopoulou@immigration.gov.gr
Marie-Hélène Amiel, Inspectrice générale de l’Insee, Chef du département des statistiques, des études et de la documentation, Direction générale des étrangers en France, Ministère de l'intérieur, France, marie-helene.amiel@interieur.gouv.fr
Integration I Programme Committee
International Students and Temporary Skilled Workers: Comparing Data from around the Globe Neil G. Ruiz, Associate Director of Global Migration & Demography, Pew Research Center, USA, NRuiz@PewResearch.org
Investigating the Impacts of Displacement and Return in East Africa Craig Loschmann, Research Fellow, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance | UNU-MERIT, Netherlands, c.loschmann@maastrichtuniversity.nl
Issues and challenges in measuring Female Genital Cutting/Mutilation (FGC/M) in migration countries Patrizia Farina, Professor of Demography and Social Statistics, Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Milan Bicocca, Italy, patrizia.farina@unimib.it
Linkage of Data Programme Committee
Measuring Emigration Programme Committee
Measuring emigration through population censuses and destination-country statistics Haoyi Chen, Statistician, Demographic and Social Statistics Branch, Statistics Division, United Nations, USA, chen9@un.org
Measuring immigrant integration:  filling knowledge gaps and exploring new measurement approaches Cécile Thoreau, Analyst, OECD, France, cecile.thoreau@oecd.org
Measuring Migration in the Context of the 2030 Agenda Keiko Osaki, Chief, Demographic and Social Statistics Branch, Statistics Division, UNSD, USA, osaki@un.org
Measuring return and reintegration outcomes Nassim Majidi, Director, Samuel Hall, Kenya, nassim.majidi@samuelhall.org
Stefanie Barratt, Director, Samuel Hall Institute, Germany, stefanie.barratt@samuelhall.org
Measuring the migration-environment nexus: State of the Art Susanne Melde, Senior Analyst, Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC), IOM, Germany, smelde@iom.int
Measuring trafficking in persons Angela Me, Chief, Research and Trend Analysis Branch, UNODC, Austria, angela.me@unodc.org
Migrants in Vulnerable Situations and the Left Behind Frank Laczko, Director, IOM Global Migration Data Analysis Centre, IOM, Germany, FLACZKO@iom.int
Migration between the United States, Mexico and the Northern Triangle of Central America (NCTA): Emerging Challenges and Prospects Jeffrey S. Passel, Senior Demographer, Pew Research Center, USA, JPassel@PewResearch.org
Migration Measurement I Programme Committee
Migration Measurement II Programme Committee
Migration Policies Programme Committee
Migration Statistics Challenges in Africa Programme Committee
Migration Traceability Dana Diminescu, Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in sociology, TelecomParisTech / I3-CNRS / DiasporasLab, France, dana.diminescu@telecom-paristech.fr
Mobilizing big data to measure highly skilled migration: lessons and challenges Sorana Toma, Assistant Professor of Sociology, ENSAE- CREST, Université Paris Saclay, France, Sorana.Toma@ensae.fr
Return and Onward Migration: What do we know? And what we would like to know? Eleonora Mussino, Associate Professor, Demography Unit - Department of Sociology, Stockholm University, Sweden, eleonora.mussino@sociology.su.se
Sampling migrants comparatively: challenges and possibilities Amparo González-Ferrer, Tenured Researcher, Institute of Economy, Geography and Demography, CSIC (Spanish National Research Council), Spain, amparo.gonzalez@cchs.csic.es
Skills Programme Committee
Statistics on international labour migration: statistical standards, sampling issues, and methodology of global estimates Mustafa Hakki Ozel, Head, Statistical Coordination and Special Topics Unit, Department of Statistics, ILO, Switzerland, ozel@ilo.org
The future census as a source of data on migrant populations Adam Wronski, Director, Population and Migration, Eurostat, Luxembourg, adam.wronski@ec.europa.eu

Parallel session speakers

Aalandslid, Vebjorn  Statistics Norway, Norway
Adamski, Michal  Statistics Poland, Poland
Andro, Armelle  INED, France
Aradhya, Siddartha  Stockholm University Demography Unit, Department of Sociology and Centre for Economic Demography, Lund University, Sweden
Arifin, Evi Nurvidya  University of Respati Indonesia and University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Aslan, Mustafa  University of Mardin Artuklu, Turkey
Baal, Natalia  Joint IDP Profiling Service, Switzerland
Barratt, Stefanie  Samuel Hall Institute, Germany
Bartolini, Laura  IOM Italy, Italy
Bediako, Grace  Ghana Statistical Service Board, Ghana
Benetsky, Megan U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Bengtsson, Linus Flowminder, Sweden
Bertuol, Massimiliano Tani  UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Australia
Bhandari, Rajika  Institute for International Education, USA
Bilgili, Özge  European University Institute, Maastricht University/ UNU-Merit, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Blocher, Julia  United Nations University/Hugo Observatory, Belgium
Bonifazi, Corrado  IRPS, Italy
Bourguignon, François  Paris School of Economics, France
Brackman, Lionel  Immigration Office, Belgium
Brückner, Gunter  Federal Statistics Office of Germany, Germany
Buettner, Thomas  KNOMAD Consultant
Buracharoen, Sanonoi  National Statistical Office of Thailand, Thailand
Can Ergan, Neriman  Turkish Statistical Institute (TURKSTAT), Turkey
Careja, Romana  Southern Denmark University, Denmark
Caron, Louise  Sciences Po - LIEPP & OSC, French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) - UR8, France
Carsenat, Elian NamSor, France
Cebolla-Boado, Hector  UNED, Spain
Cerutti, Marcella  CONICET-CENEP, Argentina
Chavez, Ernesto Rodriguez  Colegio de la Frontera/Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), Mexico
Chen, Haoyi  United Nations, USA
Clemenceau, Anne  Eurostat, Luxembourg
Cook, Harry  IOM, Switzerland
Costa, Daniel 

Economic Policy Institute, USA

Czaika, Mathias  Danube University Krems, Austria
De Cock, Michaëlle  ILO, Switzerland
Dedes, Hasibe  TURKSTAT, Turkey
Dijkstra, Lewis  Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy, European Commission (DG REGIO), Belgium
Diminescu, Dana  TelecomParisTech / I3-CNRS / DiasporasLab, France
Dindoyal, Leal Kumar  Statistics Mauritius, Mauritius
Dolan, Peter  Stats New Zealand, New Zealand
Domergue, Florent  Ministère de l’intérieur, France
Donato, Katharine M.  Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University, USA
Dygaszewicz, Janusz  Statistics Poland, Poland
El-Deen, Amal Nour  Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Egypt
Eremenko, Tatiana  Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain
Ette, Andreas 

University of Duisburg‐Essen/German Federal Institute for Population Research in Wiesbaden, Germany

Fajth, Veronika  Maastricht Graduate School of Governance | UNU-MERIT, Netherlands
Fané, Daouda Aba 

Institut National de la Statistique du Mali, Mali

Farid, Samir

MED-HIMS, United Kingdom

Fransen, Sonja  University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Gabrielli, Giuseppe  University of Naples Federico II, Italy
Galos, Eliza  IOM, Switzerland
García-Guerrero, Víctor M.  Centro de Estudios Demográficos, Urbanos y Ambientales, El Colegio de México, Mexico
Garp, Linus  Statistics Sweden, Sweden
Gemenne, François  University of Liège, Belgium
Georg Uebel, Roberto Rodolfo Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Ghvinadze, Nino Ministry of Justice, Georgia
Ginnetti, Justin  Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, Switzerland
Giorguli, Silvia  El Colegio de México, Mexico
Godlonton, Susan  Department of Economics, Williams College, USA
Gonzalez-Barrera, Ana  Pew Research Center, USA
González-Ferrer, Amparo  CSIC (Spanish National Research Council), Spain
Gubert, Flore  Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, France
Guidi, Caterina Francesca European University Institute Florence
Ha, Jasmine Trang  University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, USA
Hageman, Suze  Bureau of the Dutch National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children, Netherlands
Heller, Charles 

University of London, United Kingdom

Hieronimus, Solveigh  McKinsey & Co., Germany
Hou, Feng  Statistics Canada, Canada
Hounsell, Benjamin 

Samuel Hall Institute

Hovy, Bela

UNSD, United States

Huddleston, Thomas 

Migration Policy Group, Belgium

Idrissa Boukary, Abdoulaye 

Institut National de la Statistique (INS), Niger

Ingleby, David  Centre for Social Science and Global Health, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Iturralde, Diego  Statistics South Africa, South Africa
Jacomy, Mathieu  MediaLab SciencePo, France
Jensen, Eric  U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Jimenez, Antonio Argüeso  INE, Spain
Jordan, Lucy  University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong, China
Juchno, Piotr  Eurostat, Luxembourg
Juran, Sabrina  UNFPA, USA
Jutting, Johannes  PARIS21, France
Kabbanji, Lama  Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD - CEPED), France
Kangaspunta, Kristiina  UNODC, Austria
Koolhaas, Martín  Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Kouogueng Yeyouomo, Yannick Brice Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Cameroon
Kuhn, Randall  Fielding School of Public Health, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Kuyumjyan, Karine  ArmStat, Armenia
Laczko, Frank  IOM, Germany
Latcheva, Rossalina  EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, Austria
Lemaître, Georges  Independent expert, France
Lenoël, Audrey  INED, France
Levionnois, Charlotte OECD, France
Leye, Els  Ghent University-International Centre for Reproductive Health, Belgium
Lindop, Jay  Office for National Statistics, United Kingdom
Lobée, Quentin  TelecomParistech, LTCI, France
Loschmann, Craig  Maastricht Graduate School of Governance | UNU-MERIT, Netherlands
Macias, Léa EHESS, France
Maitland, Carleen  Pennsylvania State University, USA
Majidi, Nassim Samuel Hall, Kenya
Malik, Rabia  New York University in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Mangahas, Alcestis (Thetis) Abrera  Independent Consultant, Philippines
Marcelli, Enrico San Diego State University, USA
Marchand, Katrin  Maastricht Graduate School of Governance | UNU-MERIT, Netherlands
Masferrer, Claudia  Centro de Estudios Demográficos, Urbanos y Ambientales, El Colegio de México, Mexico
Massey, Douglas Princeton University, USA
Mateos, Pablo  Center for Research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology (CIESAS), Guadalajara, Mexico
Me, Angela  UNODC, Austria
Melde, Susanne  IOM, Germany
Mistri, Avijit  Nistarini Women’s College, India
Momani, Ahmed A. Department of Statistics, Jordan
Monti, Andrea  Stockholm University Demography Unit, Department of Sociology, Sweden
Mosler Vidal, Elisa  IOM, Switzerland
Muenz, Rainer  European Commission, Belgium
Nahmias, Petra  UNHCR, Denmark
Natale, Fabrizio  European Commission, Belgium
Neilson, Jeffrey  Lund University, Sweden
Ng, Victor  Ministère de l'intérieur, France
Nhantumbo, Elvino Zacarias  National Statistics Institute, Mozambique
Nicolle, Hervé  Samuel Hall, Kenya
Nielsen, Vibeke  Statistics Norway, Norway
Oakes, Robert  United Nations University, Institute for Environmental and Human Security (UNU-EHS), Germany
Obucina, Ognjen  INED, France
Ogabidu, Ogaba 

Migration Dialogue for West Africa (MIDWA) data working group, Nigeria

Ogena, Nimfa B. 

University of the Philippines, Philippine Statistics Authority, Philippines

Ortensi, Livia Elisa  Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Milan Bicocca, Italy
Osaki-Tomita, Keiko UNSD, USA
Paparusso, Angela  CNR – Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies, Italy
Passel, Jeffrey S.  Pew Research Center, USA
Pederzini, Carla  Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico
Perret, Andreas  Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Perrin, Nicolas Immigration Office, Belgium
Piguet, Étienne  University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Plaza, Sonia  World Bank, United States
Ploug, Niels  Statistics Denmark, Denmark
Popova, Natalia  Senior Economist, Switzerland
Raghuram, Parvati  Open University, United Kingdom
Reichel, David  EU Agency for Fundamental Rights
Riddle, Liesl  The George Washington University, USA
Rigaud, Kanta Kumari  World Bank, USA
Rischke, Ramona  University of Goettingen, Germany
Roberson, Kimberly  UNHCR, Switzerland
Ruiz, Neil G. Pew Research Center, USA
Sakkopoulos, Evangelos  Hellenic Ministry for Migration Policy, Greece
Saleh, Taher Hassan  Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Egypt
Salentin, Kurt  Institute for Interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence, Netherlands
Schachter, Jason  U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Schifris, Gustavo  Israel Central Bureau of Statistics, Israel
Schmeets, Hans  Maastricht University; Statistics Netherlands, Netherlands
Scrivens, Kate  OECD, France
Serrano, Inmaculada  CSIC (Spanish National Research Council), Spain
Shell-Duncan, Bettina  University of Washington, United States
Siegel, Melissa  Maastricht University, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Netherlands
Simmons, Jon  Home Office Analysis and Insight, United Kingdom
Singleton, Ann  University of Bristol/IOM GMDAC, United Kingdom
Slobodeniuc, Ghenadie  Diaspora Relations Bureau, Moldova
Smith, Christopher  Lund University, Sweden
Solignac, Matthieu  University of Bordeaux, France
Sondhi, Gunjan  Open University, United Kingdom
Soysal, Yasemin  Essex University, United Kingdom
Spence, Matthew  U.S. Census Bureau, USA
State, Bogdan  Stanford University, USA
Steiner, Ilka  IDESO, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Strozza, Salvatore  University of Naples, Italy
Thorogood, David  Eurostat, Luxembourg
Tjaden, Jasper Dag  IOM, Germany
Toma, Sorana  ENSAE- CREST, Université Paris Saclay, France
Touihri, Nadia  Institut National de la Statistique, Tunisia
Tronstad, Kristian  Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research, Norway
Tsekvava, Tengiz  National Statistics Office of Georgia, Georgia
Tucci, Enrico  Istat, Italy
Uebelmesser, Silke  Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany
Ukoji, Ukoji Vitalis  University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Urhausen, Julia  Eurostat, Luxembourg
van der Vorst, Vivianne  IOM Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Thailand

Vatne Pettersen, Silje Vatne

Statistics Norway, Norway
Veneri, Paolo  OECD, France
Verma, Vijay  University of Siena, Italy
Vezina, Samuel  Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada
Vielma, Edgar  Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI), Mexico
Weekers, Jacqueline  IOM Migration Health Division, Switzerland
Weeraratne, Bilesha  Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
Wickramage, Kolitha  IOM Migration Health Division, Switzerland
Wilson, Ben  Department of Sociology, Demography Unit - Stockholm University, Sweden
Wronski, Adam  Eurostat, Luxembourg
Yan, Xiaoyi  Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Canada
Yoder, Stanley  Independent Scholar, USA