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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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Preliminary Investigation of Educational Opportunities for Refugee Children in Egypt

Author: W. Afifi

Publication date: August 2003


The intent of this report is to provide more information about current educational opportunities for refugee...

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Children crossing borders. Report on unaccompanied minors who have travelled to South Africa

Publication date: July 2007


The aim of this study is to gain an insight into the migration experiences of children who cross international...

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Seasonal Migration and Early Childhood Development

Author: K. Macours; R. Vakis

Publication date: January 2007


This paper explores the overall effect of seasonal migration on early childhood development in the case of...

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The Demographic Context and its Implications for Childhood Poverty

Author: R. Serra

Publication date: 2004


This paper examines the links between childhood poverty and population factors at both micro- and macro-levels and...

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Children, Childhood and Migration

Author: R. Huijsmans

Publication date: June 2006


This paper explores how children and notions of childhood have been incorporated and related to various forms of...

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