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South-South migration and human development

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Reflections on African experiences
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This paper looks at the relationship between migration between developing countries – or countries of the global ‘South’ – and processes of human development. The paper offers a critical analysis of the concept of South-South migration and draws attention to four fundamental problems. First, there is no clear definition of the boundaries between 'South' and 'North' and different organisations place different countries in different categories. Second, migration systems tend to cut cross such b...

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University of Oxford
Department:
Social Sciences Division - Queen Elizabeth House,Department of International Development

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International Migration Institute Publisher's website
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IMI Working Papers
Publication date:
2009
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uuid:f7a01e81-8f76-4e14-bec6-053b9e971f2c
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ora:5357
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English
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