4 edition of Migration and development in South-East Asia found in the catalog.
Migration and development in South-East Asia
|Statement||edited by Robin J. Pryor.|
|Contributions||Pryor, Robin J.|
|LC Classifications||HB2101 .M54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
|ISBN 10||0195804201, 019580421X|
|LC Control Number||79123125|
This book advances knowledge on the global debate on the migration-development relationship by documenting experiences in a number of countries in South Asia. Drawing on the experiences of global South Asians, this volume documents the impact of migration on the social, economic, and political fields in the broader context of development. Unlike other traditional migration countries, the temporary migration route dominates migration to the country. The combination of greater regional integration and rapid socioeconomic development in the region has also transformed the causes and contexts of labour mobility, which have shaped present policies on temporary migration.
This volume sheds new light on the refugees and forced migration at the Horn of Africa and East Africa. Adopting a multidisciplinary perspective, it traces historical, structural, and geopolitical factors to reveal the often brutal uprooting of people in a region that hosts more than three million refugees and almost six million internally displaced persons (IDPs). The number of international migrants in Asia increased between and Source: United Nations,, Population Division/DESA, Number of migrants.
Downloadable (with restrictions)! East and Southeast Asia face major demographic changes over the next few decades as many countries'labor forces will start to decline, while others will experience higher labor force growth as populations and participation rates increase. A well-managed labor migration strategy presents itself as a mechanism for ameliorating the impending labor shortages in Cited by: 6. Hugo, G.J. () ‘Regional Patterns of International Co-operation on Migration Issues in Asia, Present and Future: Australia’. Paper prepared for the Workshop on International Migration and Labour Markets in Asia organised by the Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT) supported by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan (MHLW) Organisation for Economic Cited by: 3.
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Reviews migration patterns and trends of the ten Southeast Asian countries that make up the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), emphasizing that migration in ASEAN has become a growing factor in the movement of people globally and in East Asia and Pacific (EAP).
This book advances knowledge on the global debate on the migration-development relationship by documenting experiences in a number of countries in South Asia. Drawing on the experiences of global South Asians, this volume documents the impact of migration on the social, economic, and political fields in the broader context of : Hardcover.
In this context, International Migration and Development in East Asia and the Pacific analyzes the impact of migration on development of the EAP region and examines how international migration should be managed in East Asia in a way that supports development goals while simultaneously protecting the rights of migrants.
The study covers trends Cited by: 4. Migration, Remittances and Development in South Asia explores the impact of migration on development in South Asian countries, compiling extensive information on the migration flows and trends, migrant remittances and migration policies.
International Migration Migration and development in South-East Asia book Development in South Asia. International Migration and Development in South Asia book. due to the ever-changing nature of international migration. This book advances knowledge on the global debate on the migration-development relationship by documenting experiences in a number of countries in South by: 3.
This study therefore examines international migration in the context of an integrated world economy. Specifically, it looks at the history of migration in modern Southeast Asia; investments, remittances and welfare; the vulnerability of workers; national migration policies; and the problem of irregular migrants.
This book is a collection of work by migration scholars and researchers who are actively conducting fieldwork in Southeast Asia.
It presents a wide variety of current research and approaches the field of international labor migration from a regional perspective, acknowledging that the migration process goes beyond local and national boundaries and is embedded in regional and global.
Migration in East and Southeast Asia aims to bring migration-related problems in Asia to the forefront. The first part of the book deals with migration in Greater China, a region influenced by Confucianism. The "three Chinas" used to have a close connection. In migration studies, the nexus between migration and development in the global South has been meticulously debated.
However, a unanimous resolution to this debate has not been found, due to the ever-changing nature of international migration. Published. The East Asia and Pacific region has an international emigrant population of over 21 million people, who remitted more than USD 90 billion to their home countries in The region also hosts more than 7 million migrant workers, mostly from other Asian countries.
Earlier versions of the papers in this volume were presented at the "Regional Conference on Migration and Development in Asia", held in Lanzhou, China, March The conference, hosted by China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was organized by IOM and funded by Britain's Department for International Development (DFID).
Children are increasingly on the move in, through and out of South East Asia for independent voluntary migration, or due to forced migration, or trafficking. This chapter examines how the best interests principle embodied in the Convention on the Rights of the Child intersects with the issue of child migration and trafficking in the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) : Kathryn E.
van Doore. Managing International Migration for development in East Asia (English) Abstract. The objective of this book is to analyze the economic and social impact of international migration on labor sending and labor receiving countries in the East Asia region.
More specifically, the book seeks: (a) to examine the impact of international migration Author: Richard H. Adams, Ahmad Ahsan. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Migration and development in South-East Asia. Kuala Lumpur. ; New York: Oxford University Press, iv ON THE MOVE: CRITICAL MIGRATION THEMES IN ASEAN public seminars and conferences, research initiativesand book is one such product of this collaboration,which itself is the result of two conferences held at Chulalongkorn University in and to mark the International Migrants Day on 18 December.
Migration and Development: A Perspective from Asia ISSN X No. 14 The present paper seeks to demonstrate the ways in which international migration can and does impinge on development in receiving areas.
In doing this, it focuses on examples taken from the Asian region, although the lessons are applicable to other regions as well. Book Description. This book analyses the role tourism plays for sustainable development in Southeast Asia.
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18, Gender and International Migration, pp. Cited by: Migration in South-East Asia Policy Brief Policy brief series outlining international standards, regional trends and good practices on migration and key issues including: children, domestic work, work in fishing, HIV and AIDS, irregular status and deportation, pregnancy and sexual and reproductive health, and trade unions.
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Migration and displacement remains one of the biggest global challenges facing States and the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement today. Without sufficient legal and humanitarian protection, migrants are often “living at the margin of conventional health, social and legal systems”, more likely to face increased vulnerability and subject to abuse and exploitation.The objective of this book is to analyze the economic and social impact of international migration on labor sending and labor receiving countries in the East Asia region.
More specifically, the book seeks: (a) to examine the impact of international migration on key development indicators.Asia and the Pacific has a significant rise in migration: about one in three migrants comes from Asia according to the United Nations.
Remittances from migrants have provided foreign exchange earnings for many countries in the region. Currently, over 80 million people from Asia and the Pacific live and work outside of their countries of origin.