Sunday, 17. Feb 2019

Resource bank

The resource bank have links to useful migration sources worldwide. We hope it will make it easier for you to get started on this m igration history course, particularly when trying to compare the situation in your own country with others. The resource bank will be updated continually, and we will encourage you to send us suggestions for new sources to be added to the list. Click in to Discussion board, choose topic Teaching programme and share your knowledge with us.




The Association of European Migration Institutions - AEMI - was founded in 1991, and counts today nearly 40 member institutions throughout Europe. Together they represent a wealth of resources of migration history in and out of Europe. AEMI also publish the AEMI Journal, presenting a variety of articles about migration issues. 

The Netherlands
Radio Netherlands

Radio Netherland started in October 2005 a series on the theme "Migration" to draw attention to the many different stories of people who have changed their homeland.


When studying migration movements it is important to remember that more people moved between the European countries than to overseas destinations. France experienced the highest immigration of all European countries, and their experiences are collected, preserved and disseminated by Generique and Cité nationale de l´histoire de l´immigration. 


The Moving Here website has a database of over 200,000 digitised

film clips, audio clips, documents and images, as well as personal

stories of migration experiences contributed by people moving to

England. The website covers migration to England over the last 200

years by Caribbean, Jewish, Irish and South Asian people, with

contextual histories for each.

BBC has a news edition called Have Your Say Special: Migrant World. It takes you right to the political debate on immigration to England today.


The Migration Information Source provides fresh thought, authoritative data from numerous global organizations and governments, and global analysis of international migration and refugee trends. A unique, online resource, the Source offers useful tools, vital data, and essential facts on the movement of people worldwide.
This site also provides links to many other useful sources:

Other National Statistical Agencies
International Labor Organization (ILO)
International Monetary Fund
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
Statistical Office of the European Communities (EUROSTAT)
UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
UN Population Division
United Nations Population Information Network
UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees
World Bank Data and Statistics

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