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The data are organised into 'Key indicators on EU policy' and nine statistical themes, which are then subdivided into collections of data tables. "Theme 3: Population and Social Conditions" includes data on Migration and International Protection (select "Population and Social Conditions" then "Population" then "International Migration and Asylum").
Data are also available from each Member State's national statistical office.
The FRA InfoBase contains information on the state of protection of fundamental rights and recent developments in the area of fundamental rights in the European Union and its Member States
FRA Case Law database provides a comprehensive compilation of leading case law on discrimination on grounds of racial and ethnic origin and on grounds of sexual orientation in the EU Member States. It contains "landmark court decisions," and decisions of Special Bodies or similar institutions.
This e-library provides the means to access a wide range of information on projects supported by the Union's Research Framework Programmes.
The Integration website aims to provide policymakers and practitioners with a tool for the exchange of information and good practice on integration across Europe.
The EU Immigration Portal will serve as a first point of entry to reliable, practical and understandable information on immigration issues and will be primarily addressed to prospective migrants and migrants’ intermediary organisations wishing to obtain information on migration to the European Union.
This is an online service giving access to data of research publications produced by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, including on asylum and migration.
The PROMINSTAT database is a comprehensive inventory of statistical datasets on migration, integration and discrimination in Europe. It documents the availability, comparability and accessibility of quantitative data.
This covers three major dimensions of migration. The demographic and economic module contains statistics on migration originated from, destined to, or transiting through the countries of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean and Sub-Saharan Africa. The legal module gives access to the legal texts collected in these countries. Finally, the socio-political module includes documents emanating from governmental and non-governmental institutions defining or applying migration related policies in the countries concerned.
CARIM-East is the first migration observatory focused on the Eastern Neighbourhood of the European Union. The project covers all countries of the Eastern Partnership initiative (Belarus, Ukraine, the Republic of Moldova, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan) and Russian Federation.
This database provides an inventory and a critical appraisal of data and estimates on the size of illegally-resident migrant populations and their composition with regard to gender, age, nationality and sector of economic activity, in the EU.
This database is part of a Return migration and development platform (RDP). This database provides three ways of accessing and using data on return migrants to the Maghreb.
This is a comprehensive source of information on acquisition and loss of citizenship in the Europe, with databases on domestic and international norms, naturalisations statistics, a comprehensive bibliography, a forum for scholarly debates on current citizenship trends, media news and various other resources for research and policymaking.
EUKN's urban e-library aims to ensure the constant availability of comprehensive, detailed, relevant and up-to-date knowledge on six urban policy areas: social inclusion & integration; housing; transport & infrastructure; urban environment; economy, knowledge & employment; security & crime prevention and skills & capacity building.
This database consists of origin-destination stocks by country and economy. The data are generated by disaggregating the information on migrant stock in each destination country or economy as given in its census.
Access to this database is only for the 17 Participating States, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the International Organization for Migration and the European Commission.
This database was developed to make statistical information on international labour migration widely available. Data for European countries are based on the common questionnaire used by Eurostat, the United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD), ILO and the Council of Europe (COE).
This consist of an Online Library for dissemination of IMISCOE relevant publications, and an Experts Database with the contact details and most important publications of prominent scholars from Europe, including Turkey, Northern Africa, US and Canada.
This database provides information to map and analyse legal and policy frameworks, as well actual practices related to refugee resettlement in the 27 EU Member States.
The Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) measures policies to integrate migrants in 25 EU Member States and 3 non-EU countries and covers six policy areas: Labour market access; Family reunion; Long-term residence; Political participation; Access to nationality and Anti-discrimination.
This is an online inventory of institutions and other information sources on migration in Europe, Central Asia, and North America. The information on each institution or source includes location, website, contact details, short summary of the activities, and category of the institution.
MigRes provides information for interdisciplinary research on migration and migrant communities, as well as on asylum, immigration policy and initiatives targeted at the incorporation of migrants. Related issues such as debates on multiculturalism are also included.
MILo is an information repository on asylum and migration, including links and databases with roughly 1.5 million documents on topics related to migration, integration, asylum, information on countries of origin and return, including statements and information, situation reports and country analyses, court rulings, literature references and press reports.
This consists of four databases related to return migration with empirical, statistical and documentary data related to return migration and returnees’ patterns of reintegration in the Maghreb countries.
The MPI Global Migration Hub provides access to the latest immigration statistics, maps, and numbers for the United States and other countries. The MPI includes data on US Immigration, Immigrant Integration, European Migration, Migration and Development, Refugee Protection and Migration Information Sources.
The OECD manages several databases dedicated to International Migration:
- International Migration Data presents tables with recent annual series on migration flows and stocks in OECD countries.
- The Database on Immigrants in OECD countries (DIOC) provides comprehensive and comparative information on a broad range of demographic and labour market characteristics of immigrants living in OECD countries.
- The Database on Immigrants in OECD and non OECD countries (DIOC-E) is an extension of the latter to a number of non-OECD countries for the year 2000. The database currently covers 31 OECD countries as well as 58 non-OECD countries.
PRADO is a multi-lingual site for disseminating information on security features of authentic identity and travel documents to the public. Most of the text entries in documents are standardized descriptions and are translated automatically. It is hosted by the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union (GSC), General Directorate for Justice and Home Affairs (DG H). The information contained therein is selected and provided by the Member States of the European Union, Iceland and Norway.
This database provides estimates on migrant stocks since 1960s worldwide. In addition to ad-hoc web-based tables, data can be downloaded in excel format.
This database provides comprehensive statistics on asylum seekers, refugees and other persons of concern. Statistics published in UNHCR's annual statistical reports as well as various other statistics can be downloaded in excel format.
Includes a Factbook on Remittances giving a snapshot of migration and remittances for all countries, regions and income groups of the world, compiled from available data from various sources. Other data provided include on gender breakdown, on age of entry medical brain drain and a Bilateral Migration Matrix.