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Each document on the website includes an abstract to provide summary information and as a useful way to identify relevant materials. Abstracts have been taken from a number of sources: from the article itself, via a third party source or summarised by the CMRN team. The CMRN has sought to attribute each abstract to its correct source. CMRN has also tried to obtain permissions to use abstracts taken from third parties and directly from articles/reports. Where CMRN has not been able to gain permissions for the use of every abstract it is using, it hopes that authors and third parties will be accepting. If you wish to contact the CMRN team about permissions, please use the email link below. If you notice any information is incorrect or if you wish to contact the CMRN team about permissions, please use the email link below.
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This database is an output from the Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty programme at the University of Sussex and is funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Rockefeller Foundation. The views expressed within the database entries are not necessarily those of CMRN or its supporting organisations. Any comments on the research should be addressed directly to the authors.
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