RMMS Research Series

RMMS Research Series

In-depth research on a range of topics related to mixed migration in the region. Read all RMMS research reports here.

Young and on the Move

Children and youth in mixed migration flows within and from the Horn of Africa (Printed September 2016/ 84 pages).

Behind Bars

Behind Bars: the detention of migrants in and from the East & Horn of Africa (Printed February 2015/ 112 pages).

Going West

Contemporary mixed migration trends from the Horn of Africa to Libya & Europe (Printed June 2014/ 111 pages).

Mixed Migration in Kenya

The scale of movement & associated protection risks (Printed June 2013 / 70 pages).

Desperate Choices

Conditions, risks & protection failure affecting Ethiopian migrants in Yemen (Printed October 2012 / 57 pages).

A Certain Catalyst

An extended summary of the A Certain Catalyst report (Printed November 2015/ 36 pages).

Abused & Abducted

The plight of female migrants from the Horn of Africa in Yemen (Printed October 2014/ 95 pages).

The Letter of the Law

Regular and irregular migration in Saudi Arabia in a context of rapid change (Printed April 2014/ 90 pages).

Migrant Smuggling

The political economy & protection risks (Printed June 2013 / 80 pages).

A Certain Catalyst

An overview of the (mixed) migration and development debate with special focus on the Horn of Africa region (Printed November 2015/ 152 pages).

Blinded by Hope

Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Ethiopian migrants (Printed June 2014/ 60 pages).

Responses to Mixed Migration

Policies & assistance responses in a fast-changing context (Printed August 2013 / 110 pages).

Global Migration Futures

Using scenarios to explore future migration in the Horn of Africa & Yemen (Printed November 2012 / 50 pages).

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DRC East Africa & Great Lakes
Lower Kabete Road
(Ngecha Road Junction)
P.O.Box 14762, 00800
Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 709867 000


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The RMMS is primarily funded by the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of the Swiss government and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development , with support from other donors for specific projects.