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The Age of Migration by Stephen Castles; Mark J. Miller
Publication Date: 2009-01-13
The Cambridge Survey of World Migration by Robin Cohen (Editor)
Publication Date: 1995
This extensive survey of migration in the modern world begins in the sixteenth century with the establishment of European colonies overseas, and covers the history of migration to the late twentieth century. Issues such as migration patterns, the flights of refugees and illegal migration.
Migration Processes and Patterns by Tony Fielding (Editor); Tony Champion (Editor)
"UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young person's potential is fulfilled...UNFPA anticipates and responds to tomorrow’s challenges today. We help countries use population data to assess and anticipate needs, and to monitor progress and gaps in delivering on our promises. We provide technical guidance, training and support to empower our partners and colleagues in the field."
"Migrants are often to be found working in jobs that are dirty, dangerous and degrading (the 3 Ds). While for some migration is a positive and empowering experience, far too many migrants have to endure human rights violations, discrimination, and exploitation."
"Peoplemovin is an experimental project in data visualization...Peoplemovin shows the flows of migrants as of 2010 through the use of open source data...The data are presented as a slope graph that shows the connections between countries. The chart is split in two columns, the emigration countries on the left and the destination countries on the right. The thickness of the lines connecting the countries represents the amount of immigrated people."