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The return and reintegration of migrants to the South Caucasus an exploratory study.

International Organization for Migration.
(2002)  | 9789290681410 | Int Organization for Migration | pbk. | book
AUD 26.95 (inc. GST), AUD 24.50 (ex. GST),

The development potential of Zimbabweans in the Diaspora : A Survey of Zimbabweans Living in the UK and South Africa.

International Organization for Migration.
(2005)  | 9789211036350 | Int Organization for Migration | book | 96pp
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Dynamics of remittance utilization in Bangladesh.

International Organization for Migration.
(2005)  | 9789211036367 | Int Organization for Migration | book | 96pp
AUD 26.95 (inc. GST), AUD 24.50 (ex. GST),
More than 1 million Bangladeshis live permanently outside the country and some 200,000 or more leave the country every year to work elsewhere. Most of these migrants send part of their earnings home on a regular or irregular basis. This report takes Bangladesh as a case study and looks at the importance...

Protection Schemes for Victims of Trafficking in Selected EU Member Countries, Candidate and Third C

International Organization for Migration.
(2003)  | 9789290681564 | Int Organization for Migration | pbk. | book | 102pp
AUD 42.95 (inc. GST), AUD 39.05 (ex. GST),
Trafficking in human beings constitutes a violation of human rights; it infringes a person's human dignity, personal liberty, freedom of movement, privacy and right of self-determination. It also violates the prohibition of slavery by subjecting the trafficked person to slavery-like practices and compulsory...

Working to prevent and address violence against women migrant workers.

(2009)  | 9789290685524 | Int Organization for Migration | pbk. | book | 56pp
AUD 36.95 (inc. GST), AUD 33.59 (ex. GST),
Almost half of the total number of migrant workers in the world today are women. It is important to acknowledge that labour migration may benefit them through economic and socio-cultural empowerment, however, due to their dual vulnerability as migrants and women, they are still disproportionately exposed...

 

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