2 edition of Africa and international migration found in the catalog.
Africa and international migration
W. T. S. Gould
|Statement||W. T. S. Gould.|
|Series||Working paper - African Population Mobility Project ; no. 16, Working paper (African Population Mobility Project) ;, no. 16.|
|LC Classifications||HB2331 .G68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||75300963|
Listed here are reference books on international migration research and international law on migration. They represent a valuable resource to consult when first becoming familiar with the literature. Chiswick and Miller and Constant and Zimmermann present the contributions of economists, with a particular focus on the migration. With maritime migration the subject of significant policy and public focus in Europe, Australia, and beyond, this timely volume reviews the policy responses to irregular maritime arrivals at regional, national, and international levels. The book includes case studies of the major global hotspots—the Mediterranean, Gulf of Aden, Bay of Bengal.
International Migration Review (): – DOI: /jtbx Save Citation» Export Citation» E-mail Citation» Hollifield examines the competing demands for economic openness created by globalization as they collide with the imperatives for closure asserted by security concerns. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilson, Francis, International migration in Southern Africa. Cape Town: Southern Africa Labour & Development Research Unit,
The poetry book is available for download on the IOM South Africa website () and print copies will be distributed to schools, universities, and the UN library in South Africa. IOM also used the event to celebrate the International Migrants Day. of international migration in a selected range of cities in developing countries, 1 This paper is based on the results of the research project carried out by UN-HABITAT, Nairobi, and Università Iuav di Venezia, Italy, on “Urban policies and practices addressing international migration”.
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African and Canadian scholars join forces to provide an overview of cross-border migration in Southern Africa. Based on hundreds of interviews and surveys, this book begins with chapters on four source countries of migration to South Africa: Lesotho, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Namibia.
International Migration within, to and from Africa in a Globalised World adresses the main issues concerning international migration from an African perspective. This timely book encompasses migration as a global phenomenon and considers African migration in all of its dimensions: within, from and to : Paperback.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gould, W.T.S. Africa and international migration. [Liverpool, Eng.]: University of Liverpool Dept. of Geography, .
Migration in West and North Africa and across the Mediterranean - Chapter 2. Focus on operational data: the International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix, and the Mixed Migration Centre’s Mixed Migration Monitoring Mechanism initiative.
Number of Pages: This book is a call to rethink migration regimes in Southern Africa in ways that are more explicitly developmental and focused on poverty.
Current policy debates are devoted almost exclusively to border control and policing; they pay only lip service to local and regional developmental strategies. This volume takes a different approach. PART I: The context of migration from a continental and regional perspective 2. Internal and international migration within Africa Aderanti Adepoju 3.
Cross-border migration and regional initiatives in managing migration in southern Africa John O. Oucho 4. Historical background to South African migration Marie Wentzel and Kholadi Tlabela 5. African Migration Robert E.B. Lucas Economics Department, Boston University, Bay State Road, Boston MAUSA [email protected] Forthcoming in The Handbook on the Economics of International Migration, edited by Barry R.
Chiswick and Paul W. Miller, to be published by Elsevier. Reviews the current state of the art in research on the causes of international migration, & to prepare scientifically for the organization & execution of migration surveys & analytical studious in sending & receiving countries.
Contains: determinants of internat'l. migration: theoretical approaches & an inventory for research; data availability; modeling internat'l.
migration: econ. Click here to view the World Migration Report in Spanish. SinceIOM has been producing world migration reports. The World Migration Reportthe tenth in the world migration report series, has been produced to contribute to increased understanding of migration throughout the new edition presents key data and information on migration as well as thematic chapters.
As the EU’s neighbor to the south, Africa plays an important role in debates over politics, economics, security, migration, and the environment across the world.
The continent currently faces numerous conflicts and significant political turmoil, but it will also continue to grow in geopolitical importance in the decades to come.
international migrants at regular intervals, monitors levels, trends and policies of international migration, and collects and analyses information on the relationship between international.
Jeff Crisp - Refugees International ‘This book is a tour de force. Professor Martin combines a mastery of the complex history of international migration and its management with an impressive, indeed encyclopedic, knowledge of contemporary migration and migration policy.
International Migration is the definitive study of the topic.’. International Migration Policies 1 Number of international migrants by development level of their country of origin, Data source: 0 50 The Africa region is the focus of the chapter, with emphasis on Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
It has been argued that future patterns of migration in SSA will most probably be dominated by refugee and clandestine workers, and the political and economic situations giving rise to such migrants are likely to remain unstable.
However, tight international markets and low prices, as well as the need to channel agricultural profits toward urban and national development, have frustrated rural growth. The flow of migrants across borders has increased, creating local, national, and intra- and now inter-continental problems.
History of African Migration. In the past, international migration among southern African nations has been overshadowed by the dominant flows to South Africa, but this too may change in future.
In Swaziland, migrants already comprised more than 5 percent of the total population by the census, with most from South Africa and Mozambique.
2 Meeting the Challenges of Migration Foreword Incountries gathered in Cairo, Egypt for the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), organized by the. Prof. Aderanti Adepoju of the Human Resources Development Centre in Lagos, Nigeria notes that over 31 million Africans live outside the country of their birth, the majority within the African continent.
In fact, the majority of migration is intra-regional or intra-African, especially in west and southern Africa and only about 25 percent of African migrants go to Europe.
In this wide-ranging work, prominent migration scholars provide insight into the current dynamics and determinants of both immigration and migration in South and southern Africa and reflect on how the lifting of apartheid has affected migration in the region.
The book covers three broad areas: macro-level migration trends in sub-Saharan Africa, micro-level factors in South African migration 5/5(1). Africa is often seen as a continent on the move due to crisis-led causes, mainly as people escaping poverty, environmental disaster, or violent conflict.
the premise of poverty-driven migration out of Africa has been disputed by current research. African countries with comparatively higher levels of development, such as in the. He has published numerous books, monographs and scientific articles on international migration and regional integration in Africa.
Ton van Naerssen is an Associate Professor in Development Geography at the Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands. He is co-ordinator of the Urban and Regional Development research programme and a masters-level.International migration of medical doctors: Trends, drivers and policies workshop ‘To have and have not’: International migration, poverty and inequality in Algeria; International mobility of employees in multinational corporations ; Keeping them in their place: The ambivalent relationship between development and migration in Africa.International migrants are not distributed homogeneously among the regions of Africa (see Table 1).
Eastern Africa and Western Africa have generally had higher numbers of international migrants than the other regions of the continent (see related articles and data).Western Africa has experienced a fairly important increase in the number of international migrants sincebut the increase.