LIBRARY

 

In our Library, you can find publications containing our research, workguides and other materials generated by the Western Hemisphere Program and IOM. You will also find information materials about our tools and campaigns and reports on our work.

 

 

 

Dominican Republic-Flow Monitoring Registration About Cross Border Inhabitants #9, 14-20 August 2021

This study provides an analysis of trends in the mobility of people, between August 14 and 20, 2021, at four specific border posts: Dajabón, Comendador de Elías Piña, Jimaní and Pedernales. Four data collectors participated, one for each point, to carry out the monitoring and counting of people.

Migration governance needs assessment. Haiti

The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of migration governance policies and capacities, as well as to propose recommendations for the Haitian government. However, this document is not only intended to present basic information on the migration context in Haiti, but rather to provide a source of information for the government, IOM and other stakeholders. Trouvez le rapport en français ici.

Mechanisms for Labour Migration in the Caribbean

This report provides an overview of the mechanisms that facilitate regular labour migration in the Caribbean, demonstrating that, while there have been significant efforts to establish regular means for labour migration in the last decade, key challenges still remain for incorporating these mechanisms into comprehensive labour migration policies, providing clear and reliable information regarding these mechanisms to migrant workers, and mitigating the different risks faced by migrant workers in the phases of their migration cycle.

Communication campaigns on migration 2021-2022

The Communication for Development Methodology (C4D) promotes sustainable behavioural changes among target audiences, through participative, evidence-based processes. IOM implements C4D in Mesoamerica since 2019. In this document, you will find a summary of the campaigns currently in progress in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Panama.

Honduras-Baseline Assessment Of Migration Flows And Mobiity Tracking Within The Context Of COVID-19 Report #6 (June, 2021)

During June 2021, IOM conducted a Baseline Assessment of Irregular Migratory Flows in Honduras. In June 2021, it is highlighted that in Honduras through the Guasaule border, the entry of 3,200 migrants from Haiti, Cuba, Nicaragua and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela was detected. These people make up a migratory flow in transit to North America.

Guyana Needs Assessment on Migration Governance

This Migration Governance Needs Assessment presents a panoramic view of the current state of migration governance in Guyana. Through concrete evidence and data, combined with the inputs of regional stakeholders, it provides a larger perspective on opportunities for strengthening migration governance.

Dominican Republic-Flow Monitoring Registration About Cross Border Inhabitants #6, 3-16 July 2021

This study provides an analysis of trends in the mobility of people between July 3 and 16, 2021, at four specific border posts: Dajabón, Comendador de Elías Piña, Jimaní and Pedernales. Four data collectors participated, one for each point, to carry out the monitoring and counting of people.

Mechanisms for labour migration in Mesoamerica

Recognizing the importance of labour migration flows for countries of origin and destination, the governments of the region have developed actions aimed at facilitating and regulating migratory movements for labour purposes. This study analyzes the existing mechanisms classified into four types: bilateral agreements, memoranda of understanding, temporary labor schemes, and free trade agreements with labour migration clauses.

 

 

Communication for Development and Migration Campaigns 2020: Mexico, Northern Central America, and Costa Rica -

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) develops Communication for Development (C4D) processes with the aim of promoting changes in knowledge, attitudes, and practices around alternatives to irregular migration, through evidence-based and participatory methods.

El Salvador-Baseline Assesment Of Migration Flows And Mobility Tracking Within The Context Of COVID-19, Report #6 (May,2021)

The data collected are either the result of systematic records of eld observations or migration control actions or reect the perception of the interviewed key informants. The estimates could be biased due to the diculty to estimate irregular migration ows that have not been recorded by the relevant authorities.