Further Reading

A selection of relevant cross-sector published titles and readings

Readings include technical, academic, theoretical, political titles, as well as appropriate children’s resources. (See also Resources, Links, Stats for more)

Africa (general)

Reveal Africa (general) Links

Africa Operational Portal: Refugees and asylum-seekers from South Sudan

How Borders Are Constructed in West Africa – Refugees Deeply

Uganda: UNHCR Operational Update, June 2018

Triandafyllidou, A. and T. Maroukis 2012 Migrant Smuggling. Irregular Migration from Asia and Africa to Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

The journal on the Perspectives of African Democracy and Development

Beegle, Kathleen; Coudouel, Aline; Monsalve, Emma. 2018. Realizing the Full Potential of Social Safety Nets in Africa. Africa Development Forum;. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Women, Business and the Law introduces scoring to better inform the reform agenda. The report tracks progress made over the past two years and identifies opportunities to ensure economic empowerment for all

World Bank. 2018. Democratic Republic of Congo Urbanization Review : Productive and Inclusive Cities for an Emerging Congo. Directions in Development—Environment and Sustainable Development;. Washington, DC: World Bank

World Bank. 2018. World Development Report 2018 : Learning to Realize Education’s Promise. Washington, DC: World Bank

A NEW GENERATION OF CHINA-AFRICA SCHOLARS is younger and more diverse

Cook, S., J. Lu, H. Tugendhat and D. Alemu
2016 Chinese migrants in Africa: Facts and fictions from the agri-food sector in Ethiopia and Ghana. World
Development, 81:61–70.

Flahaux, M.L. and H. de Haas 2016 African migration: Trends, patterns, drivers. Comparative Migration Studies, 4(1):1–25. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) n.d. Lake Chad Basin Crisis. FAO, Rome.

2016 FAO Insecurity in the Lake Chad Basin. FAO, Dakar, 23 June.

Devillard, A., A. Bacchi and M. Noack
2016 A Survey on Migration Policies in West Africa. ICMPD, Vienna, and IOM, Dakar.

Adepoju, A.2016 Migration Dynamics, Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in Africa. United Nations Academic Impact(UNAI), 20 September.

The China Africa Project is a non-profit, non-partisan, fully-independent multimedia resource dedicated to exploring every aspect of China’s growing engagement with Africa.

Carling, J.2016 West and Central Africa. In: Migrant Smuggling Data and Research: A Global Review of the Emerging
Evidence Base (M. McAuliffe and F. Laczko, eds.). IOM, Geneva.

The subtle parallels of China and Africa From The Chinafrica project

Uganda starts biometric verification of refugeesUNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is supporting the Government of Uganda with its launch of a countrywide biometric data verification to fix any discrepancies in refugee data

WFP Uganda Country Brief, June 2018

UNICEF Uganda Humanitarian Situation Report, January – June 2018

Uganda Food Security Outlook, June 2018 to January 2019

Humanitarian Action for Children 2018 – Uganda

Danish Refugee Council and Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat (RMMS)
2017 Regional Mixed Migration in East Africa and Yemen in 2017: 1st Quarter Trend Summary and Analysis.
RMMS East Africa and Yemen.

Hummel, D., M. Doevenspeck and C. Samimi 2012 Climate Change, Environment and Migration in the Sahel: Selected Issues with a Focus on Senegal and Mali. Migration, Climate and Environmental Changes in the Sahel (MICLE) Research Project, Working Paper No. 1.

Hummel D. and S. Liehr 2015 Migration in the West African Sahel – More than a Response to Climate Change. ISOE Policy Brief No.2/2015.

Uganda: UNHCR Operational Update, June 2018

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China

Reveal China (general) Links

China Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) summit in Beijing

Destination China: The Country Adjusts to its New Migration Reality

Chinese Engagement assisting educational challenges- Chinafrica project

Triandafyllidou, A. and T. Maroukis 2012 Migrant Smuggling. Irregular Migration from Asia and Africa to Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

The subtle parallels of China and Africa From The Chinafrica project

Cook, S., J. Lu, H. Tugendhat and D. Alemu
2016 Chinese migrants in Africa: Facts and fictions from the agri-food sector in Ethiopia and Ghana. World
Development, 81:61–70.

Rabogoshvili, A.2012 Chinese migration to Russia as revealed by narratives in Chinese cyberspace. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 41(2):9–36.

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EU (general)

Reveal EU (general) Links

The Criminalization of Migration – Context and Consequences 2018

Mediterranean Migrant Arrivals Reach 57,571 in 2018; Deaths Reach 1,514

2018 Home Office immigration statistics

Refugee Council: Women seeking asylum: Safe from violence in the UK?

Refugees in Europe: national overviews from key countries with a special focus on child and adolescent mental health

Lone Women ‘Easy Targets’ for Exploitation in E.U.

de Beer, J., J. Raymer, R. van den Erf and L. van Wissen
2010 Overcoming the problems of inconsistent international migration data: A new method applied to flows
in Europe. European Journal of Population, 6(4):459–481.

Altai Consulting and International Organization for Migration (IOM)
2015a Migration Trends Across the Mediterranean: Connecting the Dots. Prepared by Altai Consulting for IOM
MENA Regional Office

Bertelsmann Stiftung and Migration Policy Institute2012 Rethinking National Identity in the Age of Migration (Bertelsmann Stiftung, Migration Policy Institute,eds.). Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung, Gutersloh, Germany.

Clarke, J.2000 The problems of evaluating numbers of illegal migrants in the European Union. In: Regularisations of
Illegal Immigrants in the European Union (P. de Bruycker, ed.). Bruylant, Brussels.

Abel, G., K. Samir and N. Sander2013 Examining the role of international migration in global population projections. European Population Conference 2014, 25–28 June 2014, Budapest, Hungary. Demographic Research Institute, Budapest.

Connor, P. 2016 International Migration: Key Findings From the U.S., Europe and the World. Pew Research Center,
15 December. Link

Clandestino Research Project Database on Irregular Migration2009a Clandestino Project Overview: Size and Development of Irregular Migration to the EU. Database on Irregular Migration.

European Commission. Schengen Area. European Commission Migration and Home Affairs

European Commissionn.d.b Temporary Reintroduction of Border Control. European Commission Migration and Home Affairs.

European Commission.2007 EU-enlargement: The Impact of East-West Migration on Growth and Enlargement. EU Research on Social Sciences and Humanities, Luxembourg.

European Commission.2014. The 2015 ageing report: Underlying assumptions and projection methodologies. European Economy, 8.European Commission.

European Commission.2015 Public opinion in the European Union. Standard Eurobarometer, 83, Spring 2015. European Commission.

European Commission.2017a Irregular Migration Via the Central Mediterranean: From Emergency Responses to Systemic Solutions. EPSC Strategic Notes, Issue 22.

European Commission.2017b Migration on the Central Mediterranean: Managing Flows, Saving Lives. Joint Communication to the European Parliament, the European Council and the Council, 25 January.

Raymer, J., A. Wiśniowski, J.J. Forster, P.W.F. Smith and J. Bijak
2013 Integrated modeling of European migration. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 108
(503):801–819.

Willekens, F. 2016 Evidence-based monitoring of international migration flows in Europe. Paper presented at the 2016
Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders (CESS), co-organized by the European Statistical Advisory Committee (ESAC), Budapest, 20–21 October; and at the Eurostat conference, Towards More Agile Social Statistics, Luxembourg, 28–30 November.

European Council 2016 EU-Turkey statement, 18 March 2016. Press release 144/16. European Council.

European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights 2016 Current Migration Situation in the EU: Hate Crime. FRA.

Unaccompanied Minors Among Asylum Seekers Registered in the EU in 2016. Eurostat, 11 May.

Into the Interstices: Everyday Practices of Refugees and Their Supporters in Europe’s Migration ‘Crisis’. Sociology, June 2018, Vol.52(3), pp.587-603.

How Cities Can Help Solve Europe’s Crisis Over Refugees – Refugees Deeply

Triandafyllidou, A. and T. Maroukis 2012 Migrant Smuggling. Irregular Migration from Asia and Africa to Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Gordon, l., K. Scanlon, T. Travers and C. Whitehead 2009 Economic Impact on London and the UK of an Earned Regularization of Irregular Migrants in the UK. Greater London Authority, London.

Migration Flows Europe –
From January 2018, 71,459 people have been traveling to Europe through various transit routes across Africa, Asia or the Middle East.

Unver, C.2015 Essays on the economic determinants and impacts of migration: The roles of broadband connectivity,
industry-level productivity and human capital. Dissertation. Department of Economics, University of
Birmingham.

Why the Global Compact for Migration Matters – Refugees Deeply

Poulain, M., N. Perrin and A. Singleton (eds.)
2006 Towards Harmonized European Statistics on International Migration. UCL Presses Universitaires, Louvain,
Belgium.

Gammeltoft-Hansen, T.2008 The Refugee, the Sovereign and the Sea: EU Interdiction Policies in the Mediterranean. Working paper 2008(6). Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). Copenhagen.

Missing Migrants Project

Jeandesboz, J.2008 Reinforcing the Surveillance of EU Borders: The Future Development of FRONTEX and EUROSUR. CEPS Challenge Paper No. 11. Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels.

The Mental-Health Needs of Asylum Seekers in Europe Life After Trauma. Many asylum seekers suffer from conditions such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), having lived through traumatic events before they set off on their journey, along the way, or both. MPIby Rocío Naranjo Sandalio

Raymer, J. and F. Willekens (eds.)
2008 International Migration in Europe: Data, Models and Estimates. Wiley, Chichester.

The Migrant Files the human & financial cost of 15 years of Fortress Europe: A consortium of journalists from over 15 European countries bring together their research.

Deeply Talks: Europe’s Migration Laboratory

Khalaf, R. 2016 Tech to the rescue in migrant crisis, Financial Times, 24 February.

Godenau, D. and A. Lopez-Sala2016 Multi-layered migration deterrence and technology in Spanish maritime border management. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 31(2):151–169.

“Integration of Refugees in Europe as a joint municipal development” – A partner project pending in which MyInform will be proud to be engaged.

Council of Europe Action Plan on Protecting Refugee and Migrant Children in Europe (2017-2019) – an article detailing planned protection for migrant & refugee children.

“The Central Mediterranean: European Priorities, Libyan Realities” – a Refugees Deeply quarterly report on the EU migration obsession & its impact on Libya. Listen here for more.

A Transatlantic Comparison of School Funding Improving Education for Migrant-Background Students. This report sheds light on supplementary funding mechanisms targeted to migrant-background students in four countries—Canada, France, Germany, and the United States by Julie Sugarman, Simon Morris-Lange, and Margie McHugh.MPI

Cast Away True Stories of Survival from Europe’s Refugee Crisis Charlotte McDonald-Gibson.

After the Storm: Learning from the EU Response to the Migration Crisis

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Greece (general)

Reveal Greece (general) Links

Greece: Inhumane Conditions at Land Border

Greece Aegean Islands Fact Sheet – 1-30 June 2018

What Grassroots Groups Can Teach Us About Smart Aid

Greece: Confinement, violence and chaos in Moria refugee camp- Relief Web

Refugees arriving in northern Greece face stretched reception capacity

Deaths at the Borders: The cases of Evros and the Aegean Sea.

What Grassroots Groups Can Teach Us About Smart Aid

MSF alarm over 8,000 migrants crowded into Lesbos camp

Refugees on the Eastern EU Border of the Island of Lesvos

Lesvos: Fourth Stop on the Mediterranean Route

Can Old Traditions of Hospitality Counter Modern Disposability?

The ‘Refugee Crisis’ From Athens to Lesvos and Back

UNHCR -Lesvos Greece factsheet

Confinement, violence and chaos in Moria refugee camp- Relief Web

Sun, sand and thousands of refugees: the Lesbos volunteer – podcast

No respite at Moria camp as violence erupts again

Exploring the Role of Ad Hoc Grassroots Organizations Providing Humanitarian Aid on Lesvos, Greece

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Italy

Reveal Italy (general) Links

UNHCR: Italy Weekly Snapshot – 29 July 2018

How Photographing Lost Objects Revealed Another Lens on Migration – Refugees Deeply

A review of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Italy: Where is the psychological research going?

Refugees and asylum seekers’ quality of life: a Italian experience

Dispersing their Lives: Refugees Kept On the Move between Italy and Germany

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Lesvos

Reveal Africa Lesvos Links

What Grassroots Groups Can Teach Us About Smart Aid

MSF alarm over 8,000 migrants crowded into Lesbos camp

Refugees on the Eastern EU Border of the Island of Lesvos

Lesvos: Fourth Stop on the Mediterranean Route

Can Old Traditions of Hospitality Counter Modern Disposability?

The ‘Refugee Crisis’ From Athens to Lesvos and Back

UNHCR -Lesvos Greece factsheet

Confinement, violence and chaos in Moria refugee camp- Relief Web

Sun, sand and thousands of refugees: the Lesbos volunteer – podcast

No respite at Moria camp as violence erupts again

Exploring the Role of Ad Hoc Grassroots Organizations Providing Humanitarian Aid on Lesvos, Greece

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Libya  (general)

Reveal Libya (general) Links

Survival Strategies for Fleeing Eritrea – Refugges Deeply

UNHCR Flash Update Libya (20 – 27 July 2018)

Why Libyans Are Turning to Smugglers to Escape – Refugees Deeply

IMPACT – Mixed Migration Trends in Libya pdf

Review of Henry Porter’s novel based on an account of refugees displaced from their homes by the ravages of Islamic State

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Uganda

Reveal Uganda Links

Uganda starts biometric verification of refugeesUNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is supporting the Government of Uganda with its launch of a countrywide biometric data verification to fix any discrepancies in refugee data

WFP Uganda Country Brief, June 2018

UNICEF Uganda Humanitarian Situation Report, January – June 2018

The journal on the Perspectives of African Democracy and Development

Devillard, A., A. Bacchi and M. Noack
2016 A Survey on Migration Policies in West Africa. ICMPD, Vienna, and IOM, Dakar.

Uganda Food Security Outlook, June 2018 to January 2019

Humanitarian Action for Children 2018 – Uganda

Uganda: UNHCR Operational Update, June 2018

Responding to Refugee Crises: Lessons from evaluations in Ethiopia and Uganda as countries of destination

Early Learning and Development in Emergencies: Evidence from South Sudanese refugees in Uganda

Mental health and psychosocial support for South Sudanese refugees in northern Uganda: a needs and resource assessment

Uganda’s approach to refugee self-reliance
Forced Migration Review – Year: 2016 Issue: 52 Page: 49 -51

Refugees’ engagement with host economies in Uganda
Forced Migration Review – Year: 2018 Issue: 58 Page: 19 -21

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A global selection of relevant cross-sector published titles and readings

The Criminalization of Migration – Context and Consequences 2018

Cunningham, A. and A. Koser 2015 Migration, violent extremism and terrorism: Myths and realities. Global Terrorism Index 2015 Link

Gardening in Displacement: The Benefits of Cultivating in Crisis

Koser, K.2013 Afghanistan 2014: A Crisis of Internal Displacement. The Brookings Institution.

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) 2017 Peru: Mid-year update 2017 (January – June). IDMC, Geneva.

Review of Henry Porter’s novel based on an account of refugees displaced from their homes by the ravages of Islamic State

IOM Migration, violent extremism and social exclusion Link

Amnesty International 2017 USA: Trump’s revised travel ban will stir hatred and division. Press release

China Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) summit in Beijing

Czaika, M. and H. de Haas 2014 The globalization of migration: Has the world become more migratory? International Migration Review, 48(2):283–323.

A NEW GENERATION OF CHINA-AFRICA SCHOLARS is younger and more diverse

Connor, P. 2016 International Migration: Key Findings From the U.S., Europe and the World. Pew Research Center,
15 December. Link

Dijstelbloem, H. 2017 Migration tracking is a mess. Nature, 543:32–34.

The China Africa Project is a non-profit, non-partisan, fully-independent multimedia resource dedicated to exploring every aspect of China’s growing engagement with Africa.

Koser, K. and K. Kuschminder 2015 Comparative Research on the Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration of Migrants. IOM, Geneva

McAuliffe, M. and F. Laczko (eds) 2016 Migrant Smuggling Data and Research: A global review of the emerging evidence base. IOM, Geneva.Link

McAuliffe, M. and K. Koser (eds.)
2017 Introduction. In: A Long Way to Go: Irregular Migration Patterns, Processes, Drivers and Decision Making.
ANU Press, Canberra.

McAuliffe, M. and V. Mence
2017 Irregular maritime migration as a global phenomenon. In: A Long Way to Go: Irregular Migration Patterns,
Processes, Drivers and Decision Making (M. McAuliffe and K. Koser, eds). ANU Press, Canberra.

 Legacy Of War  What happens to countries and their people once a war is over? The Legacy Of War project shares stories and images by Giles Duley, who explores the long-term effects of conflict globally.

Danish Refugee Council and Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat (RMMS)
2017 Regional Mixed Migration in East Africa and Yemen in 2017: 1st Quarter Trend Summary and Analysis.
RMMS East Africa and Yemen.

United Nations General Assembly Resolution adopted by the General Assembly 2017 – Protection of and assistance to internally displaced persons

Godenau, D. and A. Lopez-Sala2016 Multi-layered migration deterrence and technology in Spanish maritime border management. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 31(2):151–169.

A Lifeline to Learning: leveraging mobile technology to support education for refugees; 2018 pdf

WFP Uganda Country Brief, June 2018

Valkenburg, G. and I. van der Ploeg 2015 Materialities between security and privacy: a constructivist account of airport security scanners. Security Dialogue, 46(4):326–344.

Diminescu, D. 2008 The connected migrant: An epistemological manifesto. Social Science Information, 47(4):565–579

UNICEF Uganda Humanitarian Situation Report, January – June 2018

Gammeltoft-Hansen, T.2008 The Refugee, the Sovereign and the Sea: EU Interdiction Policies in the Mediterranean. Working paper 2008 (6). Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). Copenhagen.

Nawrotzki R. and L. Jiang
2015 Indirectly estimating international net migration flows by age and gender: The community demographic
model international migration (CDM-IN) Dataset. Historical Methods, 48(3):113–127.

Uganda Food Security Outlook, June 2018 to January 2019

Vargas-Silva, C.2016 Literature Review: Remittances Sent to and from Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons. KNOMADWorking Paper 12, March.Link 

Ericsson 2016 Ericsson Mobility Report. On the Pulse of the Networked Society. Ericsson AB, Stockholm.

Lemon, E. and J. Heathershaw 2017 How can we explain radicalisation among Central Asia’s migrants? Open Democracy.

Humanitarian Action for Children 2018 – Uganda

Makdisi, K. and V. Prashad 2016 Land of Blue Helmets: The United Nations and the Arab World. University of California Press.

Uganda: UNHCR Operational Update, June 2018

URBAN CRISES CHARTER A Charter that outlines the guiding principles for members of the Global Alliance for Urban Crises (the Alliance). Used as a basis for both policy and operational level engagement, in order to be more effective in preventing, preparing for, and responding to humanitarian crises in urban environments.

What Grassroots Groups Can Teach Us About Smart Aid

Rabogoshvili, A.2012 Chinese migration to Russia as revealed by narratives in Chinese cyberspace. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 41(2):9–36.

Zijlstra, J. and I. van Liempt 2017 Smart(phone) travelling: understanding the use and impact of mobile technology on irregular migration journeys. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 3:174–191.

MSF alarm over 8,000 migrants crowded into Lesbos camp

Panagakos A.N. and H.A. Horst 2006 Return to cyberia: Technology and the social worlds of transnational migrants. Global Networks, 6(2):109–124.

Refugees on the Eastern EU Border of the Island of Lesvos

Lesvos: Fourth Stop on the Mediterranean Route

Can Old Traditions of Hospitality Counter Modern Disposability?

Pittman, P.2013 Alternative Approaches to the Governance of Transnational Labor Recruitment. A Framework for Discussion.Paper produced for the MacArthur Foundation.

The ‘Refugee Crisis’ From Athens to Lesvos and Back

Greece: Inhumane Conditions at Land Border

Greece Aegean Islands Fact Sheet – 1-30 June 2018

What Grassroots Groups Can Teach Us About Smart Aid

Poulain, M. and N. Perrin
2001 Is the measurement of international migration flows improving in Europe. Working Paper No. 12. Joint
ECE-EUROSTAT Work Session on Migration Statistics organized in cooperation with the UN Statistics
Division. UN Statistical Commission and the UN Economic Commission for Europe (Eurostat). Geneva, 21–
23 May.

Greece: Confinement, violence and chaos in Moria refugee camp- Relief Web

Refugees arriving in northern Greece face stretched reception capacity

McAuliffe, M. and A.M. Goossens
2017 Regulating international migration in an era of increasing interconnectedness. In: Handbook on
Migration and Globalisation (A. Triandafyllidou, ed.), Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

McAuliffe, M. and K. Koser
2015 Unintended consequences: How migrant smugglers are exploiting the international protection system.
Advance, Winter: 30–33, Australian National University.

Deaths at the Borders: The cases of Evros and the Aegean Sea.

UNHCR -Lesvos Greece factsheet

Confinement, violence and chaos in Moria refugee camp- Relief Web

Mansfield-Devine, S.2015 Biometrics in developing countries, Biometric Technology Today, 4:5–8

Sun, sand and thousands of refugees: the Lesbos volunteer – podcast

No respite at Moria camp as violence erupts again

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) 2016 Leaving No One Behind: Counting All People, Because All of Them Count.

Exploring the Role of Ad Hoc Grassroots Organizations Providing Humanitarian Aid on Lesvos, Greece

UNDERSTANDING MIGRATION JOURNEYS FROM MIGRANTS’ PERSPECTIVESThis report shares the importance of understanding migration from migrants’ perspectives. It clarifies that by listening to and learning from migrants through rigorous research leads to a better understanding of the decisions migrants make before and during their
journeys. Revealing that some decisions are of greater consequence than others.

Lechner, F. J. and J. Boli (eds)2015 The globalization reader. Fifth edition. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Poulain, M., N. Perrin and A. Singleton (eds.)
2006 Towards Harmonized European Statistics on International Migration. UCL Presses Universitaires, Louvain,
Belgium.

Willekens, F.2016 Evidence-based monitoring of international migration flows in Europe. Paper presented at the 2016
Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders (CESS), co-organized by the European Statistical Advisory Committee (ESAC), Budapest, 20–21 October; and at the Eurostat conference, Towards More Agile Social Statistics, Luxembourg, 28–30 November.

Zolberg, A., A. Suhrke and S. Aguayo 1989 Escape from Violence. Oxford University, Oxford.

Triandafyllidou, A. and T. Maroukis 2012 Migrant Smuggling. Irregular Migration from Asia and Africa to Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Durable Solutions Workshop report 2017Governments and international organisations working for durable solutions often find there is little evidence-base to draw upon to inform their work.

Tobbin, P. and J.K. Kuwornu 2011 Adoption of mobile money transfer technology: Structural equation modeling approach. European Journal of Business and Management, 3(7):59–77.

A Pdf Summary  of the multi-stakeholder (over 50 stakeholders)Plan of Action that aims to resolve and reduce internal displacement through prevention, protection and solutions.

Lucassen, J., L. Lucassen and P. Manning (eds) 2010 Migration History in World History: Multidisciplinary Approaches. Brill, Leiden.

Uganda starts biometric verification of refugeesUNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is supporting the Government of Uganda with its launch of a countrywide biometric data verification to fix any discrepancies in refugee data

Jeandesboz, J.2008 Reinforcing the Surveillance of EU Borders: The Future Development of FRONTEX and EUROSUR. CEPS Challenge Paper No. 11. Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels.

Gordon, l., K. Scanlon, T. Travers and C. Whitehead  2009 Economic Impact on London and the UK of an Earned Regularization of Irregular Migrants in the UK. Greater London Authority, London.

Cook, S., J. Lu, H. Tugendhat and D. Alemu
2016 Chinese migrants in Africa: Facts and fictions from the agri-food sector in Ethiopia and Ghana. World
Development, 81:61–70.

The Mental-Health Needs of Asylum Seekers in Europe Life After Trauma. Many asylum seekers suffer from conditions such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), having lived through traumatic events before they set off on their journey, along the way, or both. MPIby Rocío Naranjo Sandalio

Massey, D.S.
1987 Understanding Mexican migration to the United States. American Journal of Sociology, 92:1372–1403.
1990 Social structure, household strategies, and the cumulative causation of migration. Population Index,
56:3–26.

Mobilising the data revolution for sustainable development-pdf UN Secretary-General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group report

Kuschminder, K. and K. Koser 2017 The Role of Migration-Specific and Migration-Relevant Policies in Migrant Decision-Making in Transit. Working paper No 17, UNU-MERIT Working Papers. UNU-MERIT, Maastricht.

More than Numbers-pdf How migration data can deliver real-life benefits for migrants and governments – World Economic Forum 2018

What’s So Special about Canada? Understanding the Resilience of Immigration and Multiculturalism. Canada has managed to maintain a consistently positive public consensus around its immigration system. This report explores the evolution of Canada’s apparently unique attitude toward immigration and diversity. by Daniel Hiebert MPI

Mattoo, D., C. Goldberg, J. Johnson, C. Farias Riaño and A. Ahad
2015 Immigrants in the smart city: the potential of city digital strategies to facilitate immigrant integration.
Migration Policy Institute. Link

A Transatlantic Comparison of School Funding Improving Education for Migrant-Background Students. This report sheds light on supplementary funding mechanisms targeted to migrant-background students in four countries—Canada, France, Germany, and the United States by Julie Sugarman, Simon Morris-Lange, and Margie McHugh.MPI

Cast Away True Stories of Survival from Europe’s Refugee Crisis Charlotte McDonald-Gibson.

Flahaux, M.L. and H. de Haas 2016 African migration: Trends, patterns, drivers. Comparative Migration Studies, 4(1):1–25. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) n.d. Lake Chad Basin Crisis. FAO, Rome.

2016 FAO Insecurity in the Lake Chad Basin. FAO, Dakar, 23 June.

Frontex 2016 Western Balkans: Annual Risk Analysis 2016. Frontex.

2017 Frontex Annual Risk Analysis for 2017. Frontex, 15 February.

Lemaitre, G., T. Liebig, C. Thoreau and P. Fron2007 Standardized Statistics on Immigrant Inflows: Results, Sources and Methods. OECD, Paris

Shrier, D., G. Canale and A. Pentland 2016 Mobile Money & Payments: Technology Trends. Connection Science & Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Immigrant Entrepreneurship  a new paper by Harvard Business School professor William Kerr and Wellesley College labor economist Sari Pekkala Kerr.

Laczko, F.2017 Improving data on migration: A 10-point plan. Migration Policy Practice, 7:1, January–March 2017.

European Commission. Schengen Area. European Commission Migration and Home Affairs

European Commissionn.d.b Temporary Reintroduction of Border Control. European Commission Migration and Home Affairs.

European Commission.2007 EU-enlargement: The Impact of East-West Migration on Growth and Enlargement. EU Research on Social Sciences and Humanities, Luxembourg.

European Commission.2014. The 2015 ageing report: Underlying assumptions and projection methodologies. European Economy, 8.European Commission.

European Commission.2015 Public opinion in the European Union. Standard Eurobarometer, 83, Spring 2015. European Commission.

European Commission.2017a Irregular Migration Via the Central Mediterranean: From Emergency Responses to Systemic Solutions. EPSC Strategic Notes, Issue 22.

European Commission.2017b Migration on the Central Mediterranean: Managing Flows, Saving Lives. Joint Communication to the European Parliament, the European Council and the Council, 25 January.

IOM, International Labour Organization (ILO) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) 2016 Economics of Migration and Development. Supporting Evidence for Thematic Area 1. Ninth Global Forum on Migration and Development Bangladesh 2016, GFMD Research and Policy Initiative, November. Available from Link

Untapped Talent, a report on The Costs of Brain Waste among Highly Skilled Immigrants in the United States BrainWaste-FULLREPORT-FINAL

Bertelsmann Stiftung and Migration Policy Institute2012 Rethinking National Identity in the Age of Migration (Bertelsmann Stiftung, Migration Policy Institute,eds.). Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung, Gutersloh, Germany.

The Migrant Files the human & financial cost of 15 years of Fortress Europe: A consortium of journalists from over 15 European countries bring together their research.

McAuliffe, M.2017 The nexus between forced and irregular migration: Insights from demography. In: The Demography of Refugee and Forced Migration (G. Hugo, J. Abbasi-Shavazi and E.P. Kraly, eds). Springer.

International Organization for Migration (IOM) – 2014 Second Regional Conference in view of the creation of the Alliance of Asian Associations of Overseas- Employment Service Providers: Making Breakthroughs in the Implementation of Ethical and Professional Recruitment. Conference proceedings.

Carling, J.2016 West and Central Africa. In: Migrant Smuggling Data and Research: A Global Review of the Emerging
Evidence Base (M. McAuliffe and F. Laczko, eds.). IOM, Geneva.

Gold, S.J. and S.J. Nawyn 2013 The Routledge International Handbook of Migration Studies. Routledge, London/New York.

“Integration of Refugees in Europe as a joint municipal development” – A partner project pending in which MyInform will be proud to be engaged.

Alvarez, P., P. Briod, O. Ferrari and U. Rieder 2015 Remittances: How reliable are the data? Migration Policy Practice, 5(2):42–46.

Walk Free Foundation
2016 Global Findings: The Global Slavery Index 2016. Walk Free Foundation, Western Australia.

Kraler, A. and D. Reichel2011 Measuring irregular migration and population flows – what available data can tell. International Migration, 49(5):97–128.

Castles, S.2002 Migration and community formation under conditions of globalization. International Migration Review,
36:1143–1168.

Kelly, M.2005 Submission to the Inquiry into the administration and operation of the Migration Act 1958, 29 July
2005. Link

Council of Europe Action Plan on Protecting Refugee and Migrant Children in Europe (2017-2019) – an article detailing planned protection for migrant & refugee children.

Unver, C. 2015 Essays on the economic determinants and impacts of migration: The roles of broadband connectivity,
industry-level productivity and human capital. Dissertation. Department of Economics, University of
Birmingham.

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