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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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ESRC Seminar: Migration and Family Relationships

Publication date: 25/10/2011

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This seminar, which took place 24-25 October 2011 at the University of the Highlands and Islands in Inverness, was...

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International Migration and Health

Publication date: 27/02/2011

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This paper takes into account the fact that as people begin to move in greater numbers, more rapidly and across...

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Migration, Development and Children Left Behind: A Multidimensional Approach

Author: R. de la Garza

Publication date: May 2010

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This report examines the relationship between migration and development from a multi-faceted perspective. It draws...

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Children, Adolescents and Migration: Filling the Evidence Gap

Publication date: June 2010

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The absence of information on basic migration trends and its impacts on children and adolescents severely hampers...

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Changes in Poverty Status and Developmental Behaviours: A Comparison of Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Children in

Author: HRSDC

Publication date: August 2000

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This study examines the effects of movement into or out of poverty, the magnitude of changes in family income, and...

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