The International Forum on Migration Statistics is a biannual forum that aims to mobilize expertise from a wide range of disciplines, such as statistics, economics, demography, sociology, geospatial science, and information technology, to improve the collection and analysis of migration data worldwide.
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Number of countries with migration policies to facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people
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This inform presents experiences with implementing SMPs and similar initiatives in the EU and globally, exploring the main challenges and benefits.
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This joint EMN-OECD inform is the second of the 2021 series of informs on Innovation in Migration. It aims to explore the role of new digital technologies in the management of migration and asylum.
Health workers are crucial for ensuring access to high quality care for the whole population. The OECD advises countries on how to meet future demand for health professionals and how to manage the supply of health workers, by reviewing policies related to education and training, continuous professional development, geographic distribution and immigration.
On Wednesday, 26 January 2022, Demetrios Papademetriou, former US delegate and Chair of the OECD Working Party on Migration (1991-1996), passed away. The OECD remembers Mr Papademetriou for his inspiring and visionary contributions on migration policies.
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This report presents the evaluation of a digital training module (“digital aufholen!”) within the school-to-work transition programme JOBLINGE, in the German state of Hesse. The 6-months programme aims to integrate long-term unemployed and otherwise disadvantaged youth into the labour market, combining short-term training, workshops, on-the-job trial periods and individual mentorship.
The CEPII, LISER and the OECD as well as their partners from the Fondazione Rodolfo De Benedetti, Paris School of Economics, University of Lille (LEM) and University of Luxembourg are jointly organizing the 11th Annual Conference on "Immigration in OECD Countries" on December 13-14, 2021.
In 2020, there were an estimated 35.5 million international child migrants globally, the largest number ever recorded. Around one in 66 children worldwide living outside the country of her or his birth was considered a migrant.
This inaugural International Data Alliance for Children on the Move (IDAC) info brief, Data InSight #1, uses the most recent available data to describe the current situation of children on the move. Key facts and figures illuminate the scale and scope of children’s movement around the globe and how data and statistics play an integral role in protecting these vulnerable children.