The Global Monitoring and Reporting hub compiles, triangulates and validates data on internal displacement at the national, regional and global levels. It is in charge of the production of country profiles, regional reports and the Global Report on Internal Displacement (GRID), that analyse the key trends and developments of internal displacement globally.
GLOBAL MONITORING AND REPORTING
GLOBAL MONITORING AND REPORTING: Monitoring Experts
The Research hub seeks to help prevent and respond to internal displacement by producing in-depth analysis on the following themes: displacement linked with climate change and disasters, conflicts and violence, safe and sustainable returns, urban displacement and the socioeconomic impacts of displacement on different groups of affected people, such as women, children and IDPs with disabilities.
The Data Management and Analysis hub maximises and enhances the use of data collected by the IDMC monitoring experts and researchers, by producing innovative analysis and maintaining the organisation’s information management systems. The Hub provides data science services and new tools, including geospatial and temporal trend analysis, data visualisation, and displacement risk assessments, as well as transforming data into actionable information.
The Pacific Response to Disaster Displacement project provides evidence on disaster displacement risk in the Pacific and supports policy development, planning and response to countries in the region. Funded by the European Union, it is a partnership between IDMC, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Platform on Disaster Displacement (PDD).