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Remittances role of the diaspora

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Gender, Age and Migration: An extended briefing
J. Birchall / BRIDGE 2016
In many parts of the world, migration has replaced fertility and mortality as the leading agent of demographic change. A person’s gender, age, religion, race, ethnicity, sexuality and health or disability shape every stage of the...
Engaging the highly skilled diaspora in home country development through knowledge exchange: concept and prospects
S.V. Siar / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2013
Strong negative reactions have been raised against the continuing and steadily increasing migration of highly skilled people from developing countries. There is, however, growing evidence that this outflow of skills and knowledge may ...
The financial crisis in the Gulf and its impact on South Asian migrant workers
S.I. Rajan; D. Narayana / Centre for Development Studies, Kerala, India 2010
The financial crisis originated in the United States of America and impacted the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries after a time lag. The falling oil prices, contracting trade and declining private investment flows have adversel...
A critical approach to the production of academic knowledge on refugee integration in the global North — Refugee Studies Centre
C. Kovacs / Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford 2015
As migration from the global South to increasingly multi-ethnic global North countries has accelerated in recent decades, questions of how belonging shapes social outcomes have permeated discussions of asylum policies, service provisi...
The impact of migration on human capital in MENA
J. Wahba / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2013
The size of labour outflows in the MENA region makes it important to examine the consequences of emigration on economic development of the origin countries. This paper focuses in particular on the impact of emigration on human capital...
United Glasgow Football Club: a study in sport's facilitation of integration
O. Booth; E.E. Easton-Calabria; S. Cusimano / Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford 2014
Around the world, sport has increasingly been touted as a vehicle for social change by organisations, academics and athletes alike. Sport programmes are said to promote conflict resolution, physical and mental health, and acceptance o...
Linking South Africa’s immigration policy and Zimbabwe diplomacy
A. Hammerstad / South African Institute of International Affairs 2011
Despite the various challenges, there has been little co-ordination of South Africa’s immigration policy towards Zimbabweans and its foreign policy towards Zimbabwe. The political significance and opportunities, both for SA and ...
Labor migration and deskilling in the United Arab Emirates: impacts on Cameroonian labor migrants
F.T. Malit; T. Oliver 2013
With growing unemployment and sociopolitical conflicts, combined with increasing immigration restrictions in the West, many Sub-Saharan African labour migrants are increasingly migrating to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries...
Social networking a powerful new tool for diaspora research
J. Crush; C. Eberhardt; M. Caesar / Southern African Migration Project 2011
The recent focus on diasporas by policy-makers and researchers has highlighted the rich potential of migrants as a force for shaping development activities in their countries of origin. This paper describes and discusses the potential...
Circular migration - who benefits the most?
P. Wickramasekara / Global Union Research Network 2011
‘Circular migration’ has recently been promoted as a triple win solution, bringing benefits to destination countries, origin countries and migrant workers themselves, thus projecting it as a major mechanism to reap develop...
Items 1 to 10 of 15

Items 1 to 10 of 15

Gender, Age and Migration: An extended briefing
J. Birchall / BRIDGE 2016
In many parts of the world, migration has replaced fertility and mortality as the leading agent of demographic change. A person’s gender, age, religion, race, ethnicity, sexuality and health or disability shape every stage of the...
Engaging the highly skilled diaspora in home country development through knowledge exchange: concept and prospects
S.V. Siar / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2013
Strong negative reactions have been raised against the continuing and steadily increasing migration of highly skilled people from developing countries. There is, however, growing evidence that this outflow of skills and knowledge may ...
The financial crisis in the Gulf and its impact on South Asian migrant workers
S.I. Rajan; D. Narayana / Centre for Development Studies, Kerala, India 2010
The financial crisis originated in the United States of America and impacted the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries after a time lag. The falling oil prices, contracting trade and declining private investment flows have adversel...
A critical approach to the production of academic knowledge on refugee integration in the global North — Refugee Studies Centre
C. Kovacs / Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford 2015
As migration from the global South to increasingly multi-ethnic global North countries has accelerated in recent decades, questions of how belonging shapes social outcomes have permeated discussions of asylum policies, service provisi...
The impact of migration on human capital in MENA
J. Wahba / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2013
The size of labour outflows in the MENA region makes it important to examine the consequences of emigration on economic development of the origin countries. This paper focuses in particular on the impact of emigration on human capital...
United Glasgow Football Club: a study in sport's facilitation of integration
O. Booth; E.E. Easton-Calabria; S. Cusimano / Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford 2014
Around the world, sport has increasingly been touted as a vehicle for social change by organisations, academics and athletes alike. Sport programmes are said to promote conflict resolution, physical and mental health, and acceptance o...
Linking South Africa’s immigration policy and Zimbabwe diplomacy
A. Hammerstad / South African Institute of International Affairs 2011
Despite the various challenges, there has been little co-ordination of South Africa’s immigration policy towards Zimbabweans and its foreign policy towards Zimbabwe. The political significance and opportunities, both for SA and ...
Labor migration and deskilling in the United Arab Emirates: impacts on Cameroonian labor migrants
F.T. Malit; T. Oliver 2013
With growing unemployment and sociopolitical conflicts, combined with increasing immigration restrictions in the West, many Sub-Saharan African labour migrants are increasingly migrating to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries...
Social networking a powerful new tool for diaspora research
J. Crush; C. Eberhardt; M. Caesar / Southern African Migration Project 2011
The recent focus on diasporas by policy-makers and researchers has highlighted the rich potential of migrants as a force for shaping development activities in their countries of origin. This paper describes and discusses the potential...
Circular migration - who benefits the most?
P. Wickramasekara / Global Union Research Network 2011
‘Circular migration’ has recently been promoted as a triple win solution, bringing benefits to destination countries, origin countries and migrant workers themselves, thus projecting it as a major mechanism to reap develop...
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