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Migration By Ann Clayton
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MIGRATION is poetry written between two nations – the nation of South Africa, where Ann Clayton was born and developed into a widely published writer, and the nation of Canada, where she now... More > lives and writes.< Less
Migration By Ann Clayton
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MIGRATION is poetry written between two nations – the nation of South Africa, where Ann Clayton was born and developed into a widely published writer, and the nation of Canada, where she now... More > lives and writes.< Less
Juggling Pandora's Box - Migration as Human Development By Philip Baverstock
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This study seeks to demonstrate how migration can play an important role in the development of societies, be part of a solution to alleviate poverty and reduce the inequalities that economic... More > development has enhanced. The economic pressures of an increasingly globalized world, where resources, capital and goods have few borders, make it not only hard to defend the existence of borders in economic terms but even harder to defend immigration controls.Greater opportunities for people to move, can give them conditions to improve their lives and to be freed from the shackles of poverty that still hold half the world’s population hostage to undignified lives. In broadening our understanding of migration we can use it as an instrument to correct inequalities and fight against the human rights violations that must be seen as a problem of everyone, a global problem, stemming from the unequal system we have created, from the flawed development we are supporting and from the freedoms we choose not to give< Less
Juggling Pandora's Box - Migration as Human Development By Philip Baverstock
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This study seeks to demonstrate how migration can play an important role in the development of societies, be part of a solution to alleviate poverty and reduce the inequalities that economic... More > development has enhanced. The economic pressures of an increasingly globalized world, where resources, capital and goods have few borders, make it not only hard to defend the existence of borders in economic terms but even harder to defend immigration controls.Greater opportunities for people to move, can give them conditions to improve their lives and to be freed from the shackles of poverty that still hold half the world’s population hostage to undignified lives. In broadening our understanding of migration we can use it as an instrument to correct inequalities and fight against the human rights violations that must be seen as a problem of everyone, a global problem, stemming from the unequal system we have created, from the flawed development we are supporting and from the freedoms we choose not to give< Less
MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES IN BACKWARD REGIONS By Dr. TALWAR SABANNA
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Migration from one area to another in search of improved livelihood is a key feature of human history. While some regions and sectors fall behind in their capacity to support populations, other move... More > ahead and people migrate to access these emerging opportunities. Industrialization widens the gap between rural and urban areas, including a shift of the workforce towards industrializing areas. There is extensive debate on the factors that causes population to shift from those that emphasize individual rationality and household behavior to those that cite the structural logic of capitalist development.< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 9, No.1, January 2012 By Migration Letters
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Special Issue: Migration and Development Comparing Mexico-US and Turkey-Europe Edited by Philip L. Martin and Eugen Stark; Migration and development: Comparing Mexico-US and Turkey-Europe by Philip... More > L. Martin, Ibrahim Sirkeci and Eugen Stark; Migration, trade, and development: Comparing Mexico-US and Turkey-Europe by Philip L. Martin; Macro-environmental factors affecting integration: Turks in Germany and the Netherlands by Gönül Tol; Turkish culture of migration: Flows between Turkey and Germany, socio-economic development and conflict by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Jeffrey H. Cohen and Pinar Yazgan; Turkey and Europe: The role of migration and trade in economic development by Gudrun Biffl; Migration vs. development? The case of poverty and inequality in Mexico by Agustín Escobar Latapí; Mexican labour market performance and emigration by Carla Pederzini; Immigration and the US farm labour supply by J. Edward Taylor, Stephen R. Boucher, Aaron Smith, Peri L. Fletcher, and Antonio Yúnez-Naude< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 9, No.1, January 2012 By Migration Letters
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Special Issue: Migration and Development Comparing Mexico-US and Turkey-Europe Edited by Philip L. Martin and Eugen Stark; Migration and development: Comparing Mexico-US and Turkey-Europe by Philip... More > L. Martin, Ibrahim Sirkeci and Eugen Stark; Migration, trade, and development: Comparing Mexico-US and Turkey-Europe by Philip L. Martin; Macro-environmental factors affecting integration: Turks in Germany and the Netherlands by Gönül Tol; Turkish culture of migration: Flows between Turkey and Germany, socio-economic development and conflict by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Jeffrey H. Cohen and Pinar Yazgan; Turkey and Europe: The role of migration and trade in economic development by Gudrun Biffl; Migration vs. development? The case of poverty and inequality in Mexico by Agustín Escobar Latapí; Mexican labour market performance and emigration by Carla Pederzini; Immigration and the US farm labour supply by J. Edward Taylor, Stephen R. Boucher, Aaron Smith, Peri L. Fletcher, and Antonio Yúnez-Naude< Less
Reasons To Migrate Your Website to HTTPS By William Exchange
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HTTPS is the more secure version of HTTP (the “S” in HTTPS stands for secure) that adds a layer of security to the protocol by encrypting the transfer of resources. The main purpose for... More > an HTTPS website is its security and assisting in the prevention of easy access from online intruders and digital hackers. At Advanced Digital Media Services, as a web hosting company, we help you to build your website visibility in search engines with latest SEO techniques. For more information please visit here https://advdms.com/web-hosting-company/< Less
Migration Letters | Vol 12 No 1 | January 2015 By Migration Letters
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Turkish Muslims in a German city: Entrepreneurial and residential self-determination, S. Hackett - The impact of migrant workers' remittances on the living standards of families in Morocco: A... More > propensity score matching approach, J. Bouoiyour & A. Miftah - Finnish refugee children’s experiences of Swedish refugee camps during the Second World War, M. Paksuniemi - Revisiting the motivations behind remittance behaviour: Evidence of debt-financed migration from Afghanistan, C. Loschmann & M. Siegel - Recruitment through migrant social networks from Latvia to the United Kingdom: Motivations, processes and developments, D. Mccollum & E. Apsite-Berina - "You can't just step from one place to another": The socio-politics of illegality in migration from Zimbabwe to South Africa, S. Morreira...< Less
Migration Letters - Vol 10 No 1 January 2013 By Migration Letters
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SPECIAL ISSUE: Mapping Social Remittances | Editorial: Mapping social remittances-Paolo Boccagni and Francesca Decimo|Rethinking social remittances and the migration-development nexus from the... More > perspective of time-Peggy Levitt and Deepak Lamba-Nieves|Linking social and financial remittances in the realms of financial know-how and education in rural Ecuador-Diana Mata-Codesal | Migrants and their money are not all the same-Ester Gallo|Rethinking family relations through the allocation of emigration’s resources-Melissa Blanchard |Africa-Israel-Africa: Return-migration experiences of African labour migrants-Galia Sabar |Migration and family change in Egypt: a comparative approach of social remittances-Lucile Gruntz and Delphine Pagès-El Karoui|Women’s social remittances and their implications at household level-Ionela Vlase|Ukrainian migrant women’s social remittances-Francesca Alice Vianello |Changing patterns of migration to Australia's Northern Territory-Catherine Martel, Dean Carson, Andrew Taylor< Less

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