Resources and Publications

This section contains all resources and publications produced by the MICIC Initiative, as well as relevant research conducted by partners of the MICIC Initiative.
Migrants in Mexico - Vulnerability and risks
Studies and Research
IOM (2017)

This study explores migrants' exposure and vulnerability to violence and human right violations, as well as to disasters triggered by natural hazards.

Migrants in Baja California, vulnerability and risks
Studies and Research
IOM (2017)

This study explores exposure to natural hazards and specific conditions of vulnerability of various groups of foreign nationals in Baja California, Mexico.

Reducing the vulnerability of Guatemalan migrants facing emergencies in their places of origin, transit and destination
Studies and Research
IOM (2016)

This study looks at current emigration trends out of Guatemala and analyzes how migration status and living conditions of Guatemalan migrants shape their vulnerability in the face of hazards.

Conflict or Natural Disaster: Does It Matter for Migrants
Issue Briefs
MICIC Initiative (2016)

Susan Martin, Georgetown University

Evacuation and Repatriation of Migrants in Countries Experiencing Conflict or Natural Disaster
Issue Briefs
MICIC Initiative (2016)

Briana Mawby and Susan Martin, Georgetown University

Insurance Mechanisms to Protect Migrants Caught in Countries Experiencing Crises
Issue Briefs
MICIC Initiative (2016)

Emily Zimmerman and Barbara Magnoni, EA Consultants

Responding to Human Trafficking and Exploitation in Times of Crisis
Issue Briefs
MICIC Initiative (2016)

Sarah Craggs, Laura Lungarotti, Michela Macchiavello, Agnès Tillinac, International Organization for Migration

Reducing Migrants’ Vulnerability to Natural Disasters through Disaster Risk Reduction Measures
Issue Briefs
MICIC Initiative (2016)

Lorenzo Guadagno, International Organization for Migration

Research brief: Actors and stakeholder involvement in crisis mitigation
Studies and Research
ICMPD (2016)

The research brief analyses the roles and best practices, which different stakeholders can adopt in disaster and crisis management, with regard to supporting migrants coping with crises.

Long-Term Socio-Economic Implications of ‘Crisis-Induced’ Return Migration on Countries of Origin
Studies and Research
ICMPD (2016)

This research brief evaluates the long-term socio-economic implications of return migration on countries of origin in the ‘post-crisis’ phase.