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Table 3 Intersecting themes in demographic analysis of the Global Compact for Migration

From: Data and research to inform global policy: the global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration

Data and Data Collection
 –disaggregation of data by age, gender, migration status
 –longitudinal data
 –common statistical concepts, standardization,
 –qualitative data as well as social demographic data
 –common methodologies
 –migration data through national data systems (censuses)
 – reasons for migration
 –use of administrative data; registration data
 –issues of privacy in data collection and storage
 –causes, drivers of migration
 –causes of racism, xenophobia
 –relationship between irregular migration and labor needs
 –relationship between economic trends and smuggling
 –effects of remittances of developments; gender differences
 –inter- and multidisciplinary approaches to data analysis
 –sharing of evidence, and results of research
Training and Capacity
 –integration of migration
 –public-private partnerships