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[While the international debates on migration and development have been in fashion over the past 15 years, the nexus tends to focus on South–North movements of migrants. This chapter, first and foremost, highlights that migration among developing countries and in particular intraregional...
[More than a third of current international migration takes place in countries of the global South, a phenomenon which is key for the social and economic transformation of the world in general and of the South in particular. Even if most of this migration is South–South, and not, as is often...
[Labor mobility is at the core of regional integration and social protection of workers in different RECs. In sub-Saharan Africa, for instance, most countries belong to more than one REC–ECOWAS in Western Africa, the East African Community (EAC) in East Africa, Common Market for Eastern and...
[Most of the recent literature on diasporas and development has focused largely on diasporas located in the North, with very little attention given to those who move to other countries in the South. Therefore, very little is known about the scale of movement between countries in the South and...
[The link between remittances and development lies at a point where the economic activities of migrants intersect in a way that transforms the material base of migrants, their relatives and their societies. There is continued, growing interest in migration and development in policymaking and...
[In the past 3 decades, environmental and climate change have been perceived by many as severe threats to developing countries that also destabilize development efforts. Among many other challenges, settlement in coastal areas is exposed particularly to the impacts of a changing global climate....
[While the issue of child migration has been of interest to researchers and public decision makers for many years, several essential questions to the comprehension of this phenomenon still remain valid: How and why children leave their family and home? Are they forced to do so? What are the...
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