Labour Migration in the ASEAN Region
Attention should be given to the review of policies, the practices of the migration industry and intermediaries, and the accountability of employers. The guiding principles of approaching migration issues should … Continue reading
Rights-Based Approach in the Context of Temporary Labour Migration in Asia
This paper analyses the implications of the dominant framework that has so far guided migration policy in Asia and shaped intra-Asian migration patterns and dynamics. It identifies institutional gaps that … Continue reading
Uprooted: The growing crisis for refugee and migrant children
UNICEF report – Around the world, nearly 50 million children have migrated across borders or been forcibly displaced. This report presents – for the first time – comprehensive, global data about … Continue reading
Migration as Adaptation?
A comparative analysis of policy frameworks on theenvironment and development – this paper aims to discuss possible adaptation policies, and current climate change and development policy structures on human mobility. … Continue reading
Will climate change spark an Asian migrant crisis?
Involving the private sector in building resilience and promoting safe migration is also necessary.They can invest in basic infrastructure such as roads and hospitals to improve rural living conditions and … Continue reading
Why international law is failing refugees
The extent to which migration and relocation can function as positive forms of adaptation, rather than signs of vulnerability, will depend in part on the laws and policies put in … Continue reading
Migration comes of age
This is the age of migration…migration, as it exists right now, is the mega-trend of our times, and is ineffably changing the world as we know and experience it. It may … Continue reading