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Missing Migrants Project tracks deaths of migrants, including refugees and asylum-seekers, who have gone missing along mixed migration routes worldwide. The research behind this project began with the October 2013 tragedies, when at least 368 individuals died in two shipwrecks near the Italian island of Lampedusa. Since then, Missing Migrants Project has developed into an important hub and advocacy source of information that media, researchers, and the general public access for the latest information. Missing Migrants Project is a joint initiative of IOM's Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC) and Media and Communications Division (MCD). GMDAC has also published two reports on this issue: Fatal Journeys: Tracking Lives Lost during Migration and Fatal Journeys Volume 2: Identification and Tracing of Dead and Missing Migrants. A third volume will be published in two parts, the first to be released in September and the second in November. The Missing Migrants Project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This means that Missing Migrants Project data are free to share and adapt, as long as the appropriate attribution is given. This includes stating that the source is 'IOM's Missing Migrants Project', and indicating if changes were made to the data. Ideally, a link to the website should also be included. Missing Migrants Project is made possible by funding by UK Aid from the Government of the United Kingdom; however, the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the Government of the United Kingdom’s official policies.