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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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Separated, asylum-seeking children in European Union Member States

Publication date: April 2010

Abstract:

The report covers two main areas: living conditions and legal issues and procedures, in relation to asylum seeking...

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Children's Schooling and Parental Migration: Empirical Evidence on the 'Left Behind' Generation in Albania

Author: G. C. Giannelli; L. Mangiavacchi

Publication date: April 2010

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This article investigates the long-term effects of parental migration abroad on the schooling of children left...

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Voices of Afghan children: A Study on Asylum-seeking Children in Sweden

Publication date: June 2010

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The study looks at the motivations and migration experiences of unaccompanied children from Afghanistan. The study...

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Trees Only Move in the Wind: A Study of Unaccompanied Afghan Children in Europe

Author: C. Mougne

Publication date: June 2010

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Afghans constitute one of the largest groups of unaccompanied children who are currently making their way to...

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Children on the Move: A Report on Children of Afghan Origin Moving to Western Countries

Author: K. Boland

Publication date: February 2010

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This study is a small snapshot of individual stories of children of Afghan origin on the move to western...

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