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Knowledge Centre on Migration and Demography

Deepening our understanding of opportunities and challenges related to demographic change, migration and mobility.

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The United Nations Statistics Division collects from all the National Statistical Offices several population censuses' datasets. The data are collected via the Demographic Yearbook census questionnaires...
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The GID-DB is a database providing researchers and policymakers with key data on gender-based discrimination in social institutions. This data helps analyse women’s economic empowerment and understand gender gaps...
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The GHSL image analytics framework has been tested with a large set of sensors including radar and optical public and commercial missions. Bi-lateral agreements of JRC with European...
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As members of the Global Migration Group (GMG) the Population Division of UN/DESA; in collaboration with UNICEF and other members of the data and research working group; prepared this common set of indicators...
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UNESCO data and indicators; for education; literacy; science; technology and innovation; culture; communication and information.
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The estimates of the number (or “stock”) of international migrants disaggregated by age, sex and country or area of origin are based on national statistics, in most cases obtained from population...
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The United Nations Global Migration Database (UNGMD) is a comprehensive collection of empirical data on the number (“stock”) of international migrants by country of birth and citizenship; sex and age as enumerated...
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World Income Inequality Database (WIID); collects and stores information on income inequality for developed; developing; and transition countries. WIID provides the most comprehensive set of income...
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The UN publishes global population projections and estimates every two years from 1951 using current population by age; and age-specific rates of fertility; mortality and migration to assess...