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MIAG concerns the ways in which new migrants to and within Africa might act as catalysts for (inter)national business and African development. The data needed to interrogate these processes includes:

  • Existing public databases.
  • New survey data.
  • New qualitative data. 
  • Reviews of media and ‘grey literature’.

Additionally, MIAG has identified that substantial collections of often unprocessed migration data are held by government agencies and that there is a strong desire to collate and analyse them in order to inform policy. We plan to make the data publicly available.