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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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Sinai Perils. Risks to Migrants, Refugees, and Asylum Seekers in Egypt and Israel

Publication date: November 2008

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The aim of this report is to investigate the experiences of  Egypt's and Israel's refugee and asylum seeking...

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A Theoretical Framework for Child Fostering Arrangements in Sub-Saharan Africa

Author: R. Serra

Publication date: 19/12/2009

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The paper provides a first economic analysis of the phenomenon of fostering in Sub-Saharan Africa, it pays...

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Child fostering in Africa: When labor and schooling motives may coexist

Author: R. Sierra

Publication date: 2008

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Due to copyright law this article can only be accessed via the publisher's website. To access the article, please...

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Children and Women Left Behind in Labour Sending Countries: an Appraisal of Social Risks

Author: R. Cortes

Publication date: October 2007

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The present paper analyzes whether and how permanent international migration reduces or increases vulnerability...

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Literature Review on Qualitative Methods and Standards for Engaging and Studying Independent Children in the Developing World

Author: S. C. Aitken; T. Herman

Publication date: May 2009

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This paper identifies and evaluates the appropriate qualitative methods for use in conducting policy-relevant...

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