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Ministry of Interior Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 Data sources 1. Daily sea arrivals 2. Monthly sea arrivals (country of origin, gender, age, place of arrival) 3. (...) UNHCR datasets (Dead and Missing, Disembarkation Report) Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 42,925 170,100 152,842 159,427 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 160,000 180,000 2013 2014 2015 Jan-Oct 2016 Fig.1 - Sea Arrivals to Italy - from Jan 2013, Oct 2016 2013 2014 2015 Jan-Oct 2016 - 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Fig. 2 - Monthly sea arrivals to Italy 2013 - Oct 2016 2013 2014 2015 2016 Sea arrivals to Italy Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 3538 3771 3981 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 Fig.4 - Dead and missing in the Mediterranean Sea 2014,2015, Jan- Oct 20016 2014 2015 Jan- Oct 20016 Dead and missing in Mediterranean Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 Nigeria, 33,808, 21% Eritrea, 19,288, 12% Guinea, 11,134, 7% Côte d'Ivoire, 10,502, 7% Gambia, 10,489, 7% Sudan, 9,033, 6% Senegal, 8,740, 5% Mali, 8,564, 5% Bangladesh, 7,327, 5% Somalia, 6,698, 4% Others, 33,844, 21% Sea arrivals by nationality Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 men , 112,974, 71% women, 21,551, 14% accompanied children, 2,130, 1% unaccompanied children, 22,772, 14% children, [VALUE], [PERCENTAGE] 24,902 - 15% Sea arrivals by group Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 Time series of sea arrivals Forecast of Sea arrivals in 2017: 195,000 Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Fig. 4 - Seasonal trend and variability normalized to a 100,000 total sea arrivals Seasonal trend and variability Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 160,000 180,000 200,000 Ja n Fe b M ar A pr M ay Ju n Ju l A ug S ep O ct N ov D ec Ja n Fe b M ar A pr M ay Ju n Ju l A ug S ep O ct N ov D ec Ja n Fe b M ar A pr M ay Ju n Ju l A ug S ep O ct N ov Fig. 7 - N. of persons accomodated in reception centres across Italy Jan 2014 - Oct 2016 N. of persons accomodated in reception centres Forecast of persons in receptions system in 2017: 250,000 Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 Fig. 9 - First time applications Jan 2013 - Sep 2016 First time applications Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 Monthly Year Sea Arrivals Ftta Ratio 2013 3577 2.144 0,599 2014 14175 5.305 0,374 2015 12820 6.937 0,541 Jan-sep 2016 14671 9.326 0,636 Expected First time applications in 2017 Forecast of First time applications in 2017: 125,000 Italy: administrative data and migration routes 31 November 2016 Routes to Italy from Nigerians Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 Slide Number 3 Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 Slide Number 10 Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12 Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Slide Number 16 Slide Number 17 Slide Number 18 Slide Number 19
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Score: 734326.9 - https://www.un.org/development..._ws_201612_sessioniv_unhcr.pdf
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Xu Jing, Regional Director UNWTO REGIONAL PROGRAMME FOR ASIA & THE PACIFIC Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors 2013 World Inbound Tourism 2013: International Tourist Arrivals International Tourism 2013 Full year forecast 517 million intnl tourist arrivals through June 2014 22 million more than in the same period of 2013 International Tourist Arrivals, monthly evolution (% change) World (million) Source: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) © 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014* International Tourist Arrivals, monthly evolution World (% change) Source: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) © -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014* International tourism maintains strength +4.6% -3.9% +6.5% +4.9% +4.8% +4.0% 4.8 4 3 7 5 3 11 5 10 4 2 3 3 6 5 -1 4.6 8 3 3 7 7 3 6 8 6 5 6 6 4 3 -4 -6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 13/12 14*/13 January - June 2013 and 2014 year to date by subregion Source: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Forecast 2013: 4% to 4.5% Outlook: World ch an ge ( % ) Actual data Projection 2014 (issued January) 2013 2014 Jan. (...) World +4.8% +4.6% +4% to +4.5% Europe +4.8% +4.8% +3% to +4% Asia and the Pacific +6.5% +5.4% +5% to +6% Americas +3.4% +6.2% +3% to +4% Africa +5.6% +3.3% +4% to +6% Middle East -0.6% -4.4% +0% to +5% International tourism: projection full year 2014 Source: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014* Asia and the Pacific going steady +5.4% -3.9% +13.2% +6.5% +6.3% +6.9% International tourist arrivals to reach 1.8 billion by 2030 Annual average growth: 3,3% 1.4 bn 1.8 bn 1 bn Source: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) International tourism, World International Tourist Arrivals, million 0 250 500 750 1,000 1,250 1,500 1,750 2,000 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2012 Thank you!
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Score: 726910.5 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...files/statements/12013Jing.pdf
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Flow Monitoring & Mediterranean Updates: total arrivals by sea and fatalities for the Central Mediterranean route 2. (...) IOM-EUI study on migrants’ profiles) 02/12/2016 2 1. Flow monitoring – arrivals  Collection of data on arrivals by sea for assistance (primary sources: MoI & IOM staff deployed at disembarkation points)  Harmonization of data on arrivals & fatalities with those from other IOM Missions in the Mediterranean  Release of Quarterly Data (excel) & Reports (pdf) on migration.iom.int/europe 02/12/2016 3 http://migration.iom.int/europe/ 02/12/2016 4 http://migration.iom.int/europe/ http://migration.iom.int/docs/Mediterranean_Update_25_November_2016.pdf 2. (...) Research THANK YOU SANDRA PAOLA ALVAREZ palvarez@iom.int 02/12/2016 10 IOM Italy:Data collection & dissemination Data collection activities 1. Flow monitoring – arrivals Slide Number 4 2. The DTM Survey Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 THANK YOU
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Score: 721573.14 - https://www.un.org/development...onvi_sandrapaolaalvareziom.pdf
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UNITED NATION SYMPOSIUM MAINSTREAMING SECTOR POLICIES into INTEGRATED NATIONAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PLANNING: ENHANCING SUSTAINABLE TOURISM, URBANIZATION, BIODIVERSITY, RESOURCE EFFICIENCY and ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ICHTO, UNDESA TEHRAN 14 OCTOBER 2014 IBEKA REAL SUSTAINABILITY ONLY WORKS WITH SINCERE HUMANITY LOVE, CARE, SHARE SUSTAINABLE TOURISM, COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION and PERSPECTIVE for RURAL DEVELOPMENT MODELS and EXPERIENCES from INDONESIA ECOTOURIMS in KASEPUHAN CIPTAGELAR LOCAL natural beauty and/or culture GUEST and LOCAL COMMUNITY is SEPERATED / DIVIDED GUEST and LOCAL COMMUNITY is INTEGRATED / MINGLING IBEKA PERSPECTIVE on ECOTOURISM IBEKA FACILITY modern, luxurious and sophisticated ACTIVITY traditional, humble and simple international food & beverage (imported from outside village) local available food & drinks traditional culinary and consumption guest / tourist is spectator / audience local community is actors / players guest / tourist is live-in the community and feels the community daily live ARRIVED - LOOK - BACK HOME ( instant fade away ) ( long live relation ) ARRIVED - FEELS - HISTORY LOCAL natural beauty and/or culture GUEST and LOCAL COMMUNITY is SEPERATED / DIVIDED GUEST and LOCAL COMMUNITY is INTEGRATED / MINGLING IBEKA PERSPECTIVE on ECOTOURISM IBEKA FACILITY modern, luxurious and sophisticated ACTIVITY traditional, humble and simple international food & beverage (imported from outside village) local available food & drinks traditional culinary and consumption guest / tourist is spectator / audience local community is actors / players guest / tourist is live-in the community and feels the community daily live ARRIVED - LOOK - BACK HOME ( instant fade away ) ( long live relation ) ARRIVED - FEELS - HISTORY METHOD of DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS AS USSUAL COMMERCIAL BUSINESS PARADIGM INTERACTION and PARTNERSHIP with LOCAL COMMUNITY SOCIAL BUSINESS PARADIGM EMPOWERMENT & LOCAL EQUITY BUILDING APPROACH INDUSTRIAL & FINANCIAL APPROACH
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Score: 712031.74 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...nts/12038Mumpuni-Kuntoadji.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Achieving Protection at Sea Sumbul Rizvi Head, Asylum & Migration Unit Division of International Protection UNHCR 12 February 2015 Mixed Movements by Sea 2014 Gulf of Aden  Over 90,000 arrivals in Yemen  246 reported deaths Europe  Over 218,000 arrivals  Over 3,500 estimated deaths The Caribbean  Over 5,200 involved in incidents  73 casualties/missing South-East Asia  Estimated 63,000 departures  Estimated 750 deaths Over 378,000 took to the sea. Over 4,500 dead/missing ½ of those arriving on the Central Mediterranean Route are Persons of Concern to UNHCR ½ of those arriving through the Central Mediterranean Route are UNHCR Persons of Concern Refugees arrive in mixed flows and need to be identified An issue bigger than UNHCR ½ of those arriving on the Central Mediterranean Route are Persons of Concern Traditional and non- traditional partnerships required • Catalyse and support action to prevent further loss of life • Ensure comprehensive and protection-sensitive responses • Develop consensus on rescue-at- sea issues, safe and predictable disembarkation and responsibility sharing.
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Score: 696817.6 - https://www.un.org/development...ul_rizvi_unhcr_org-of-work.pdf
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Recommends 25 core topics to include, as having the highest priority. 3 core topics which can generate the information relevant to international migration. 3 core topics related to international migration 1) Country of birth > foreign-born population • Country of birth of parents 2) Country of citizenship > foreign population • Country of previous citizenship • Year of naturalization 3) Year or period of arrival in the country • Date of first arrival, the most recent arrival 2010 World Population and Housing Censuses Programme Since 1950s, the UN has supported national census- taking worldwide. 2010 World Population and Housing Census Programme approved by the Statistical Commission in 2005. (...) UNSD 1) assists countries to plan and conduct censuses, 2) facilitate the dissemination of census results, and 3) monitor country progress in conducting population and housing censuses. 2010 Census Dates by Year 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 N um be r o f c ou nt rie s or a re as 75 countries already had taken a census since 2005. 63 countries will conduct a census in 2010 and 54 countries in 2011. 10 countries has not yet scheduled a census. not scheduled 2010 Accumulated Enumerated Population by Year* *Estimated population – census years as planned by countries 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Pr op or tio n W or ld P op ul at io n in % Countries asking the questions relevant to international migration Note: Based on the analysis of 62 censuses undertaken since 2005, as of November 2009 37 23Year or period of arrival 71 44Citizenship 74 46Country of birth %NumberTopic 47 Countries or areas which included the question on country of birth Swaziland Wallis and Futuna IsSaint Helena TongaReunion TokelauNigeria SamoaMayotte PalauMalawi Norfolk IslandFrench GuianaLiberia New Zealand Occupied Palestinian TerritoryColombiaLesotho New CaledoniaMaldives St Pierre & MiquelonGuinea-Bissau KiribatiMaltaLao PDRNicaraguaDjibouti French Polynesia Isle of ManKazakhstanMartiniqueCameroon FijiIrelandIsraelGuadeloupeBurundi Cook IslandsFranceMacao SAREl SalvadorBurkina Faso AustraliaBelarusCambodiaCanadaAlgeria OceaniaEuropeAsiaAmericasAfrica 44 Countries or areas which included the question on citizenship Swaziland Sudan Reunion Nigeria UAEMayotte Republic of KoreaMalawi Wallis and Futuna Islands Occupied Palestinian TerritoryLiberia TokelauMaldivesLesotho SamoaLao PDRGuinea-Bissau PalauKazakhstanEgypt Norfolk IslandMaltaJapanFrench GuianaDjibouti New CaledoniaIsle of ManIranSt Pierre & MiquelonCongo French PolynesiaIrelandDPRKMartiniqueBurundi Cook IslandsFranceMacao, SARGuadeloupeBurkina Faso AustraliaBelarusHong Kong, SARCanadaAlgeria OceaniaEuropeAsiaAmericasAfrica 23 Countries or areas which included the question on year or period of arrival French Guiana New CaledoniaColombia French PolynesiaSt.
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Score: 694129.5 - https://www.un.org/development...ional_migration_statistics.pdf
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For example, close 17% of migrants arriving in the 1980s have at least a college degree – 10.4% has Bachelor’s and 6.5% has a Graduate degree. (...) As Figure 4 shows, over 58 % of Latin American migrants who arrived in the 1980s and have a Bachelor’s degree, have obtained it in the US. (...) For those with a graduate degree, 40% arrived between the ages 16 and 22 and another 40% arrived between 23 and 30.
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Score: 689388.3 - https://www.un.org/development...npd_om_200606_p10_wb-ozden.pdf
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For example, close 17% of migrants arriving in the 1980s have at least a college degree – 10.4% has Bachelor’s and 6.5% has a Graduate degree. (...) As Figure 4 shows, over 58 % of Latin American migrants who arrived in the 1980s and have a Bachelor’s degree, have obtained it in the US. (...) For those with a graduate degree, 40% arrived between the ages 16 and 22 and another 40% arrived between 23 and 30.
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Score: 689388.3 - https://www.un.org/development...gm_2005_11-12_p10_wb-decrg.pdf
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For example, close 17% of migrants arriving in the 1980s have at least a college degree – 10.4% has Bachelor’s and 6.5% has a Graduate degree. (...) As Figure 4 shows, over 58 % of Latin American migrants who arrived in the 1980s and have a Bachelor’s degree, have obtained it in the US. (...) For those with a graduate degree, 40% arrived between the ages 16 and 22 and another 40% arrived between 23 and 30.
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Score: 689388.3 - https://www.un.org/development...s/unpd_om_200606_p10_ozden.pdf
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. - Incheon International Airport Terminal 1: Between Gates 4 and 5, Desk No. 23 on 1st Floor (Arrival Level) - Incheon International Airport Terminal 2: The International Taxi counter on the right side of the Gate A, 1st Floor (Arrival Level) ► By shuttle bus: Grand Hyatt Incheon Shuttle Bus, free of charge, 5 min. travel time Departure Point: - Incheon International Airport Terminal 1: Gate No. 3C on 1st Floor (Arrival Level) Every 30 min. between 5.30 AM and 10 PM Transportation https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/south-korea/grand-hyatt-incheon/inche/dining https://www.airport.kr/ap/en/index.do - Incheon International Airport Terminal 2: Gate No. 2A on 1st Floor (Arrival Level) Every 30 min. between 5.30 AM and 10 PM Arrival Point: Grand Hyatt Incheon (그랜드 하얏트 인천) From Seoul Station ► By taxi: about KRW 53,000 (≈ USD $53), around 1 hour travel time *Show the above Korean address to the driver. ► By Subway: about KRW 4,150 (≈ USD $4), around 1.5 hour travel time *Please see the Seoul Metro Map here. - Take the Airport Line from Seoul Station to Incheon International Airport - Get off at Incheon International Airport Terminal 1 metro stop - Go to the 1st Floor of Terminal 1 (Arrival Level) - Take the free shuttle bus to Grand Hyatt Incheon (see description above) Arrival Point: Grand Hyatt Incheon (그랜드 하얏트 인천) Please find further information on tourist attractions, restaurants, shopping and more on the following websites: - Korea Tourism Organization - Incheon Tourism Organization - Incheon iTour Tourism Information http://www.seoulmetro.co.kr/en/cyberStation.do? (...) Once you select your destination, the total amount will show (transfer fee + deposit). Once you arrive at your destination station, you can get refunded for your deposit by inserting the ticket (plastic card) into the deposit refund machine (right picture).
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Score: 685939.7 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa..._2019_Mtg_of_COAs_20190507.pdf
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