MIXED MIGRATION HUB The Mixed Migration Hub MHub

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MIXED MIGRATION HUB

MIXED MIGRATION HUB

 • The “Mixed Migration Hub” (MHub) is an autonomous entity that works on

• The “Mixed Migration Hub” (MHub) is an autonomous entity that works on behalf of the North Africa Mixed Migration Task Force consisting of • Mhub’s objectives are to: v Share and pool expertise v Disseminate good practices and lessons learned v Support collaboration and joint initiatives v Support collective advocacy efforts • MHub has a twofold purpose: v Regional knowledge hub v Secretariat for the North Africa Mixed Migration Task Force

Research Initiatives • Monthly Trend Bulletin • Research Meetings • Research Reports • Migrant

Research Initiatives • Monthly Trend Bulletin • Research Meetings • Research Reports • Migrant Footprints Database • Field Research - Surveys

Migrant Footprints Database www. migrantfootprints. info

Migrant Footprints Database www. migrantfootprints. info

www. migrantfootprints. inf o

www. migrantfootprints. inf o

HOW IT WORKS • Collates existing data from v National Governments v International Organizations

HOW IT WORKS • Collates existing data from v National Governments v International Organizations v NGOs v Researchers v Media • Data presented through v Dynamic visualizations v Comparison tools v Custom mapping • Export public data and visualizations

Why is Migrant Footprints important? v Pooling information from various data sources and types

Why is Migrant Footprints important? v Pooling information from various data sources and types into one platform v Allows more comprehensive look into mixed migration v Data collection and sharing tools available allow for analysis of past, current and emerging trends v Allows inclusion of narrative entries, incident entries, and connecting of events

How is data Inputted? • Manually v. Narrative Entry v. Incident Entry v. Excel

How is data Inputted? • Manually v. Narrative Entry v. Incident Entry v. Excel Data Import v. Government Agencies v. Intl. Organizations v. NGO v. Research findings v. Public datasets (UN, UNHCR. . ) • Automatically v. Survey Submission – Data Focal Points v. Direct Feed (API) (Migrant Files, World Bank)

Data Confidentiality • Various levels of access and data classification • Open access to

Data Confidentiality • Various levels of access and data classification • Open access to data classified as public • 5 confidentiality levels v. Private v. Organization Internal v. Organization Wide v. Authorization v. Public

UTILITY OF DATA • • • Close to real-time data Data compiled over time

UTILITY OF DATA • • • Close to real-time data Data compiled over time Accessible & manipulate-able platform Dynamic visualization and comparison tools Export for further analysis Diversity of data Demographics Routes, segments, costs, intentions, experiences. . Custom mapping

Personal Viz-tool Dashboard - Example

Personal Viz-tool Dashboard - Example

Example

Example

Analysis/Comparison Tool

Analysis/Comparison Tool

Current Developments • Field Application / Digital Surveys • Data Focal Points v Database

Current Developments • Field Application / Digital Surveys • Data Focal Points v Database v Monthly trend bulletin v Knowledge gaps v Evolving trends v Composition and journey • Feedback on new features

Digital Survey – input to output

Digital Survey – input to output

Field Application

Field Application

Data Focal Points (DFPs)

Data Focal Points (DFPs)

MHub Platforms v www. mixedmigrationhub. org • MHub research • Bulletins • Snapshots (English,

MHub Platforms v www. mixedmigrationhub. org • MHub research • Bulletins • Snapshots (English, Arabic, coming soon – French • Mailing list v www. migrantfootprints. info v Facebook – MHub – North Africa Mixed Migration Hub v Twitter - @MIXMIGHUB v Email – [email protected] org