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Migration and development are two complex and interrelated issues. While migration is frequently caused by underdevelopment, it may also present a vehicle to foster development and a means of escape from poverty. This collection sheds light on the migration-development nexus seen from many angles, and presents the latest knowledge and research on issues...
Migration and development are two complex and interrelated issues. While migration is frequently caused by underdevelopment, it may also present a vehicle to foster development and a means of escape from poverty. This collection sheds light on the migration-development nexus seen from many angles, and presents the latest knowledge and research on issues such as migrants' remittances, the development potential of return migration, development questions relating to conflict situations and livelihoods of refugees. Three country studies (Afghanistan, Somalia, Sri Lanka) examine the theories in practice, while some of the articles discuss possible policy options regarding immigration and asylum, development assistance and emergency relief.Also available:Migration, Development and Poverty Reduction in Asia - ISBN 9290682485Binational Study: The State of Migration Flows between Costa Rica and Nicaragua: Analysis of the Economic and Social Implications for both Countries - ISBN 9290681233The International Organization for Migration (IOM) IOM is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society. As an intergovernmental body, IOM acts with its partners in the international community to assist in meeting the operational challenges of migration, advance understanding of migration issues, encourage social and economic development through migration and uphold the human dignity and well-being of migrants. Our publications focus on topics such as: International Migration Law (IML) Migration and Labour Migration and Development Migration and Environment Migration Policy Trafficking in human beings Migration and Health IOM's flagship publication is its World Migration Report which provides policy makers and the general public with updated and authoritative information on international migration trends; identifies major policy issues as they arise; and discusses available policy options.
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