Author: International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Publisher: International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Keywords: migration, world, iom, report, people, challenges, managing, responses
Number of Pages: 400
Published: 2003-01-01
List price: $60.00
ISBN-10: 9290681446
ISBN-13: 9789290681441

In 2000, IOM published the World Migration Report 2000, which comprised a global overview and nine regional updates on international migration trends and policies.The new World Migration 2003, to be launched on 10 June, will have added dimensions of key interest to migration policy-makers, practitioners and academics. With the overall theme: Managing Migration, this comprehensive report will include not only regional updates, but also a set of thematic articles on selected issues important in migration management, a concept that reflects the efforts of the international community to render the

Author: Satvinder S. Juss
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing
Keywords: migration, law, justice, global, international
Number of Pages: 330
Published: 2006-05
List price: $130.00
ISBN-10: 0754646718
ISBN-13: 9780754646716

How should international law approach the critical issue of movement of peoples in the 21st century? This book presents a radical reappraisal of this controversial problem. Challenging present-day ideas of restrictions on freedom of movement and the international structure that controls entry to states, it argues for a new blueprint for international migration policy that eliminates waste, aids both developing and developed societies, and brings attendant benefits to voluntary migrants and involuntary refugees alike. In a world of increasing disorder, it is suggested that current policy only a

Author: Robin Cohen
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing
Keywords: migration, ethnic, research, relations, amp, series, state, nation, enemies, global, capital, migrant, labour
Number of Pages: 242
Published: 2006-04-14
List price: $39.95
ISBN-10: 0754646580
ISBN-13: 9780754646587

In this key work, Robin Cohen shows how the preferences, interests, and actions of global capital, migrant labour and national politicians intersect and often contradict each other. Does capital require subordinated labour? Is it possible for capital to move to labour rather than labour to capital? Can trade substitute for migration? Cohen explores how nation-states segment the ’insiders’ from the ’outsiders’ and how politically powerless migrants relate to more privileged migrants and the national citizenry, discussing the functions and effects of social exclusion and

Author: International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Publisher: International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Keywords: world, migration, economy, report, global, iom, mobility, managing, labour, evolving
Number of Pages: 562
Published: 2008-01-01
List price: $80.00
ISBN-10: 9290684054
ISBN-13: 9789290684053

IOM conducts research designed to guide and inform migration policy and practice. The organization provides a unique space for consultation between researchers and policy makers. Research results are disseminated through numerous publications worldwide.IOM’s research activities world-wide encompass several migration management topics, including migration trends and data, international migration law, migration and development, health and migration, counter-trafficking, labour migration, trade, remittances, irregular migration, integration and return migration.Also available:The Internatio

Author: International Organization for Migration
Publisher: Academic Foundation
Keywords: migration, international, benefits, costs, world
Number of Pages: 494
Published: 2006-08
List price: unknow
ISBN-10: 8171885500
ISBN-13: 9788171885503

Author: Navnita Chadha Behera
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Keywords: migration, asia, women, gender, conflict
Number of Pages: 328
Published: 2006-04-14
List price: $32.95
ISBN-10: 0761934553
ISBN-13: 9780761934554

Research on the subject of women’s migration and conflict is generally organized along the twin axes of gender and conflict, and gender and migration. The reality of women’s conflict-driven migration, however, falls between these two axes. The essays in this volume seek to fill this gap by examining the changes in status, identities and power relations among women and men as they move from a conflict situation at home, to migrant camps, to the post-conflict or peace-building phase when they return home. Using a variety of research methods—including ethnography, dialogue, oral histo

Author: Samantha Currie
Publisher: Ashgate
Keywords: migration, union, law, european, enlarged, work, citizenship
Number of Pages: 272
Published: 2008-12-01
List price: $114.95
ISBN-10: 0754673510
ISBN-13: 9780754673514

Prior to the 2004 ’eastward’ enlargement of the EU, the older Member States (the EU15) voiced concerns that labour market disruption and benefit tourism would occur upon extension of the right to free movement to nationals of the eight central and eastern European accession countries (the EU8). This book analyses the citizenship status, entitlement and experience of nationals from the EU8 and the forthcoming EU2 (Romania and Bulgaria) during the transitional periods. This volume explores EU8 and EU2 nationals’ legal rights to access work in the EU15, their experiences of such
  
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