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Children Left Behind

The theme of children left behind covers children who do not move themselves, but are left behind by one or both parents who have migrated. They may live with one parent or stay with other relatives, such as grandparents, aunts or uncles if both parents migrated. Topics covered under this theme include ideas around transnational parenthood, the impact of remittances on the child and child's well being and issues concerning child health and psycho social effects.

Exploring 'Other' Childhoods through Quantitative Secondary Analyses of Large Scale Surveys: Opportunities and Challenges for Children's Geographers

Author: L. Holt

Publication date: 2006

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Exploring children's experiences of migration: movement and family relationships

Author: de Lima, P., Punch, S. and Whitehead, A.

Publication date: July 2012

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This briefing paper highlights the main themes emerging from a recent ESRC seminar to explore the ways that...

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Family Migration: A Vehicle of Child Morbidity in the Informal Settlements of Nairobi City, Kenya?

Author: A. Konseiga

Publication date: June 2008

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This study seeks to analyse the impact of migration on the urbanization of poverty and poor health...

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Family Migration: A Vehicle of Child Morbidity in the Informal Settlements of Nairobi City, Kenya? in G. Kochendorfer & B. Pleskovic (ed). Spatial Disparities and Development Policy

Author: A. Konseiga

Publication date: 2009

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Gender and Intra-Regional Migration in South America

Author: M. Cerrutti

Publication date: April 2009

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This paper examines the process of feminization of South American intra-regional migration, with an emphasis on...

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