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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.

Immigrant Parents and Children: An Analysis of Decisions Related to Return Migration

Author: S. Djuajic

Publication date: 2008

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Impact of Migration on Children in the Caribbean

Author: C. Bakker; M. Elings-Pels; M. Reis

Publication date: 2009

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The report provides an overview of migratory patterns and trends in the region by emphasising importance of...

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Increasing the Impact of Remittances on Children's Rights

Publication date: August 2008

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This study focuses on children left behind by their parent(s) working overseas and on how the children's rights...

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International Migration and Health

Publication date: 27/02/2011

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This paper takes into account the fact that as people begin to move in greater numbers, more rapidly and across...

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Invisible Children in the Dominican Republic: A Minor Field Study on Obstacles to Birth Registration

Author: M. Flygge

Publication date: 16/01/2012

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Birth registration is a fundamental key in ensuring several essential rights of the child; including the right to...

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