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About the Migration Information Source

About the Migration Information Source

The Migration Information Source provides fresh thought, authoritative data, and global analysis of international migration and refugee trends. A unique online magazine published by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), the Source offers essential facts, tools, and analysis of the movement of people worldwide.

Working with a team of international contributors, the Source chronicles global migration movements, provides perspectives on current migration debates, and offers the tools and data from numerous global organizations and governments needed to understand migration. The Source does this in a way that is accessible to researchers, policymakers, journalists, and general publics interested in migration.

The migration scholars and researchers who contribute to the Source include some of the most respected and prominent voices in the migration and refugee fields, as well as emerging scholars.

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