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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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Children in Immigrant Families in the Netherlands: A Statistical Portrait and a Review of the Literature

Author: H. A. G. de Valk; K. R. Noam; A. M. Bosch; G. C. N. Beets

Publication date: October 2009

Abstract:

This report provides a concise overview on the situation of children in immigrant families in the Netherlands....

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The Situation of Children in Immigrant Families in the United Kingdom

Author: H. Crawley

Publication date: October 2009

Abstract:

This report examines the situation of children in immigrant families in the United Kingdom based on research...

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The Situation of Children in Immigrant Families in Italy: Changes and Challenges

Author: L. Mencarini; E. Baldoni; G. Dalla Zuanna

Publication date: October 2009

Abstract:

Based on the 2001 Italian Census data and 2006 survey data, this report analyses household composition and...

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Review of the Circumstances among Children in Immigrant Families in Australia

Author: I. Katz; G. Redmond

Publication date: October 2009

Abstract:

About 33 per cent of all children live in immigrant families in Australia. In many cases, children with...

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The Situation among Children of Migrant Origin in Germany

Author: S. Clauss and B. Nauck

Publication date: October 2009

Abstract:

This paper represents an advocacy tool for the collection of better data so that important research questions...

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