In 4 pages, the Migration Policy Debates offer a comprehensive overview of latest developments in policies that deal with migration management and integration.
The Migration Data Briefs bring statistical evidence from recent trends.
The Inform series are jointly published by the OECD and the European Migration Network (EMN).
The Policy Briefs bringing together data, analysis and recommendations address current issues in migration policy.
What we know about the skills and early labour market outcomes of refugees from Ukraine (Policy Brief, January 2023) This policy response outlines the existing evidence on the socio-economic profiles and labour market integration of Ukrainian refugees in OECD countries as well as relevant policies to further support labour market integration. Findings suggest that the labour market inclusion of Ukrainian refugees has been faster compared to other refugee groups, but that skills mismatches are widespread.
Ivorian, Malian and Senegalese emigrants in OECD countries: an overview (MDB No. 7, March 2022; in French only) This note, prepared on the occasion of the publication of the reports on Ivorian, Malian and Senegalese emigrants, in the OECD Talents Abroad series, presents the latest trends in migration from these three countries to OECD countries, the socio-demographic characteristics of emigrants, as well as their methods of integration in the countries of destination.
French emigration throughout the globe: what does the increase reveal? (MDB No. 6, January 2021; in French only) This Migration Data Brief, drawn up jointly by the OECD and the Directorate General of the Treasury of the Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Recovery, presents the latest trends in migration from France to other OECD countries, based on a new update of the OECD database on immigrants in OECD countries (DIOC).