In our Library, you can find publications containing our research, workguides and other materials generated by the Western Hemisphere Program and IOM. You will also find information materials about our tools and campaigns and reports on our work.
Protecting data is protecting people: four questions and answers about data protection and information hubs
In the framework of January 28, International Data Protection Day, IOM, from the Western Hemisphere Program, shares with the Information Hubs on Migration of the region four key questions and answers on the subject.
Baseline for the evaluation of migration flows and the identification of needs in border communities, under the COVID-19 context in El Salvador
Learn about the sanitary and migratory situation as monitored in Anguiatú, El Amatillo, El Poy, La Hachadura, Las Chinamas and San Cristóbal, between June and August, 2020.
The Montreal Recommendations on Recruitment: A Road Map towards Better Regulation
This resource presents policymakers and regulators with practical guidance and ideas to improve regulation and oversight of international recruitment and protection of migrant workers. Thus, it is an important milestone in global efforts to promote ethical recruitment.
Mexico-Emergency Tracking, Southern Border Monitoring In The Context Of COVID-19, Round #2, JULY 2020
This report presents a baseline evaluation for the month of July in order to know the status of the official Points of Entry (PoE) and the provision of services for migrants on the southern border of Mexico, specifically in Tapachula in the state of Chiapas and Tenosique and Villahermosa in Tabasco under the context of COVID-19.
Toolkit for Development Partners: Integrating Migration into COVID-19 Socio-economic Response
Informed by the “UN Framework for the Immediate Socio‑Economic Response to COVID‑19”, and relevant EU and UN policy frameworks, the Toolkit provides analysis and practical tools to enable policymakers and practitioners to deal with the ways in which migration and sustainable development interact within the context of the COVID‑19 pandemic.