During the first-ever Global Refugee Forum, explore our new research from Bangladesh on how to improve implementation of the Global Compact on Refugees.
New case studies explore current migration perceptions and trends in the UK and Germany, along with key features of their policies.
Is the ‘new way of working’ for refugees actually working? This review assesses progress in four East African countries.
This new platform, in collaboration with the London School of Economics Institute of Global Affairs (LSE IGA) and the Center for Global Development (CGD), aims to 'do migration differently'.
Check out our interactive tool to explore how migration is crucially linked to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Three expert views on what must happen now following the approval of the Global Compact for Migration at the Marrakech summit.
Five ways that donors and Ethiopia's government can draw on lessons from Jordan and elsewhere to ensure the 'jobs compact' succeeds.
Katy Long travelled across America in a quest to understand the country's immigration experience. She tells her story in this special feature, packed with photos and audio.
This rapid scoping review explains the structural and legal barriers for migrants accessing jobs and sustainable livelihoods.
MIGNEX is a five-year research project with the core ambition of creating new knowledge on migration, development and policy.
The UN's Louise Arbour reflects on the need to challenge negative perceptions of migration.
Updates and insight on the inter-governmental process.
This paper outlines the 231 initiatives we found as part of a wide literature review with the London School of Economics (LSE).