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South - North

This refers to international migration from countries of the south to countries of the north.  This is one of the areas where there is extensive work done, for example on second generation Indian migrants in the U.K.  However, most of the research highlighted by the CMRN will focus on those children likely to be affected by migration policies of the Northern countries, first generation migrant children or refugees and asylum seekers.  The list below highlights the most recent documents added to the theme of South - North migration.  

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Adolescents and Youth Migration: Harnessing the Development Potential while Mitigating Risk

Author: M. Boampong

Publication date: 19/05/2011


According to the Youth Supplement of the UN Population Fund’s State of the World Population Report 2007, if...

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ESRC Seminar: Migration and Family Relationships

Publication date: 25/10/2011


This seminar, which took place 24-25 October 2011 at the University of the Highlands and Islands in Inverness, was...

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Global Children, Global Media: Migration, Media and Childhood

Author: L. de Block; D. Buckingham

Publication date: May 2010


Children today are growing up in a world of global media. Many have also become global citizens, through their...

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Without a Safety Net: Participatory Techniques in Research with Young Migrants

Author: G. Fassetta

Publication date: June 2010


Researching children, and migrant children in particular, means having to strive to redress the imbalance of power...

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The Netherlands: the Detention of Irregular Migrants and Asylum-seekers

Publication date: June 2008


Each year some 20,000 irregular migrants and asylum-seekers are detained in the Netherlands, where the use and...

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