Key Resources

  1. Abu-Fadil, M. (2019). Migration and Media: A Journalist’s Handbook. International Centre for Migration Policy Development.
  2. Banda, F. (Ed). (2013). UNESCO Series on Journalism Education Model Curricula for Journalism Education: A Compendium of New Syllabi. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
  3. Banda, F. (Ed). (2015). Teaching Journalism for Sustainable Development: New Syllabi. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
  4. Baniya, J., Gurung, A., Jha, K., Lama, A., Rinck, J., & Sijapati, B. (2017). Labour Migration and the Remittance Economy: The Socio-Political Impact. Centre for the Study of Labour and Mobility.
  5. Berg, L., Farbenblum, B., & Kintominas, A. (2018). Transformative Technology for Migrant Workers: Opportunities, Challenges, and Risks. Open Society Foundations.
  6. Bogdan, N. (2020). Beyond Work: Reducing Social Isolation for Refugee Women and Other Marginalized Newcomers. Migration Policy Institute.
  7. Bryant, Heather. (2020). Collaborative Journalism Handbook. Center for Cooperative Media.
  8. Corporate Responsibility in Eliminating Slavery and Trafficking. Addressing Women Migrant Worker Vulnerabilities in International Supply Chains. International Labour Organization.
  9. Das, J. and Zaman, A. (2020). Enterprise Journalism in Migration News: A Six-country Comparison of Source Power. Journalism Practice.
  10. De Lombaerde, P., Gartland, J., Neyts, K., Nita, S., & Pecoud, A. (Eds). (2017). Migration, Free Movement and Regional Integration. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and United Nations University – Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies.
  11. Ethical Journalism Network. (2017). How Does the Media on Both Sides of the Mediterranean Report on Migration? A Study by Journalists, for Journalists and Policy-makers: Migration Media Coverage in 17 Countries from 2015 to 2016. International Centre for Migration Policy Development.
  12. Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration. (2020). A Joint Endeavor: Shaping Migration from Africa to Europe Annual Report 2020. Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration.
  13. Fengler, S., Bastian, M., Brinkmann, J., Zappe, A., Tatah, V., Andindilile, M., Assefa, E., Chibita, M., Mbabine, A., Obonyo, L., Quashigah, T., Skleparis, D., Splendore, S., Tadesse, M., & Lengauer. (2020). Covering Migration—in Africa and Europe: Results from a Comparative Analysis of 11 Countries. Journalism Practice.
  14. Global Migration Group. (2017). Handbook for Improving the Production and Use of Migration Data for Development. Global Knowledge Partnership for Migration and Development (KNOMAD).
  15. Hendow, M. (2018). Policy Brief: Crossing Borders in the Next 15 Years: How Should and Will Border Management Develop? International Centre for Migration Policy Development.
  16. Hollington, A., Salverda, T., Schwarz, T., & Tappe, O. (n.d.). Reflections on Migration in the Global South – Voices From Around the World. Global South Studies Center, University of Cologne.
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  19. International Organization for Migration. (2017). Migration Initiatives 2018: Leading the Migration Governance Agenda. International Organization for Migration.
  20. International Organization for Migration. (2020). World Migration Report 2020. International Organization for Migration.
  21. Lecheler, S., Matthes, J., & Boomgaarden, H. (2019). Setting the Agenda for Research on Media and Migration: State-of-the-Art and Directions for Future Research. Mass Communication and Society, 22 (6), 691-707.
  22. Malteser Organization. (2019). Facts, Not Feelings: Malteser Migration Report 2019. Foundation Malteser Migration Report.
  23. Meli, A. (2012). Guidelines for the Application of the Rome Charter: A Working Tool for Accurate Media Coverage on Migration and Asylum. Federazione Nazionale della Stampa Italiana (Italian National Press Federation).
  24. Minority Rights Group International. (2020). Covering Migration: Tools and Resources for Quality Migration Coverage. European Union.
  25. National Association of Hispanic Journalists. (2020). Cultural Competence Handbook. National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
  26. National Council of Journalists’ Association and the Italian National Press Federation. (2008). Charter of Rome (Code of Conduct Regarding Asylum Seekers, Refugees, Victims of Trafficking and Migrants). National Council of Journalists’ Association and the Italian National Press Federation.
  27. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and International Labour Organization. (2018). How Immigrants Contribute to Developing Countries’ Economies. OECD Publishing.
  28. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (2020). International Migration Outlook 2020. OECD Publishing.
  29. Papademetriou, D. G., Benton, M., & Hooper, K. (2019) Equipping Immigrant Selection Systems for a Changing World of Work. Migration Policy Institute.
  30. Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs Directorate-General for Internal Policies. (2020). Climate Change and Migration: Legal and Policy Challenges and Responses to Environmentally Induced Migration. European Union
  31. Respect Words Project (Ed). (2017). Reporting on Migration & Minorities: Approach and Guidelines. Ethical Journalism Against Hate Speech.
  32. United Nations. Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (2018).
  33. United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (2017). International Migration Policies: Data Booklet. United Nations.
  34. White, A., (Ed.). (2015). Moving Stories: International Review of How Media Cover Migration. Ethical Journalism Network.
  35. World Journalism Education Council. (2007). Declaration of Principles. World Journalism Education Council.
  36. World Bank Group. (2020). COVID-19 Crisis Through a Migration Lens. Migration and Development Brief 32. World Bank.