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South - South

South - South refers to international migration between the countries of the South.  Very little information exists on children migrating between developing countries, as the predominant work has been on migration from countries of the south to industrialised countries of the North.  The phenomenon of South-South migration is neither insignificant nor limited to a select few developing countries. Although the phenomenon of South-South migration is not new, the migration of people within developing countries has been consistently underpayed by researchers and policymakers. The list below highlights the most recent documents added to the theme of South-South migration. More results of South-South migration can be viewed by clicking at the link at the end of the page.


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Impact of Migration on Children in the Caribbean

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

Publication date: 2009

Abstract:

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

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

Publication date: June 2010

Abstract:

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

Abstract:

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

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'Hellish Work': Exploitation of Migrant Tobacco Workers in Kazakhstan

Publication date: July 2010

Abstract:

The report provides an insight into the current situation of migrant tobacco workers in Kazakhstan. The study is...

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Breaking through the Clouds: A Participatory Action Research (PAR) Project with Migrant Children and Youth along the Borders of China, Myanmar and Thailand

Publication date: May 2001

Abstract:

The study seeks to outline methodological aspects of Participatory Action Research (PAR) with migrant children and...

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