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Migration

RETURN & REINTEGRATION REJECTED

The Return and Reintegration of Rejected Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants

Series:
IOM Migration Research Series
24 Jan 2003
This report compares the experiences of several existing assisted return programmes for rejected asylum seekers and irregular migrants in Europe and draws lessons for future programmes. Specifically, the report focuses on three aspects: programme implementation, targeting of assistance, and eval...
COMBATING TRAFFICKING SOUTH EAST

Combating Trafficking in South-East Asia

A Review of Policy and Programme Responses

Series:
IOM Migration Research Series
24 Jan 2003
At least two hundred thousand women and children from South-East Asia are trafficked annually. This figure represents nearly one third of the global trafficking trade. This study reviews what is known about trafficking in the region and provides a thorough overview of the viewpoints that have be...
MYTHS & REALITIES CHINESE IRREGULA

Myths and Realities of Chinese Irregular Migration

Series:
IOM Migration Research Series
20 Jun 2003
This study reviews recent research on the trafficking and smuggling of migrants from China. It also addresses prevalent myths about Chinese irregular migration and discusses policy measures adopted by China and other countries to combat trafficking from China. The study attempts to portray an unb...
ROLE REGIONAL CONSULTATIVE PROCESS

The Role of Regional Consultative Process in Managing International Migration

Series:
IOM Migration Research Series
20 Jun 2003
The past ten years have seen an increase in the number of regional consultative processes focusing on migration. These non-binding fora bring representatives of states, civil society, and international organizations together at the regional level to discuss migration-related issues in a cooperati...
WORLD MIGRATION RPT 2000

World Migration Report 2000

Series:
IOM World Migration Report
1 Dec 2000
International migration has become a global phenomenon involving a wide range of sending, destination, and transit countries and a diverse group of migrants. This report, produced by the United Nations and the International Organization for Migration, provides an authoritative account of contempo...
STATE WORLD POPUL RPT 1993

State of World Population 1993

Series:
State of World Population
9 Jul 1993
'Migration', suggests this report, 'could become the human crisis of our age.' Economic insecurity and to some extent poverty, are causing millions of people to uproot themselves and migrate both internally and internationally. The solution to controlling this crisis is to slow population growth,...