Out now: Harnessing Data Innovation for Migration Policy: A Handbook for Practitioners


Categories: GESIS-News

The Practitioners’ Handbook provides first-hand insights into why and how non-traditional data sources can contribute to better understanding migration-related phenomena. The Handbook aims to (a) bridge the practical and technical aspects of using data innovations in migration statistics, (a) demonstrate the added value of using new data sources and innovative methodologies to analyse key migration topics that may be hard to fully grasp using traditional data sources, and (c) identify good practices in addressing issues of data access and collaboration with multiple stakeholders (including the private sector), ethical standards, and security and data protection issues.

Special recommendation: Dr. Steffen Pötzschke: Chapter 9: The Sampling of Migrants through Advertisements on Facebook and Instagram; https://publications.iom.int/system/files/pdf/Practitioners-Guide.pdf

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