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International migration report 2015: Highlights

migrants (47 million) resided in the United States of. America, equal to about a fifth (19 per cent) of the world's total. Germany and the Russian Federation hosted the second and third largest numbers of migrants worldwide (12 million each), followed by. Saudi Arabia (10 million). •. In 2014, the total number of refugees in the.

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Is this humanitarian migration crisis different?

Sep 7, 2015 ... Past experience of refugee crises suggests that migrants can, eventually, become valued and valuable contributors to the ...... 59. Russia. United States. Germany. Non-OECD Europe and Central Asia. 17. 15. 28. 20. 17. 5. 45. Germany. United States. Russia. Côte d'Ivoire. 25. 24. 33. 41. 28. 39. 28. United ...

Is-this-refugee-crisis-different.pdf

Credential Recognition in the United States for Foreign Professionals

immigrants and refugees to become recertified in the United States. The vast ... When foreign-trained professionals migrate to the United States, they often encounter significant obstacles ... nel, immigration advocates, and state and federal officials, it is clear that a substantial number of physicians have entered the. United ...

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World Migration in Figures

Oct 3, 2013 ... basic questions must be answered to plan future migration, to ... increased by 70 % in the past decade to reach 27 million in ... migration. • One in every nine persons born in Africa with a tertiary diploma lived in the OECD in 2010/11. Corresponding figures for Latin America and the Caribbean and Asia are.

World-Migration-in-Figures.pdf

Ten Facts about U.S. Refugee Resettlement

Oct 16, 2015 ... 800,000 migrants projected to seek asylum in Germany by the end of 2015.3 And the num- ... 2. Ten Facts about U.S. Refugee Resettlement. How many refugees should the United. States take? How many can the country af- ford to resettle? How well will new ... discussions about the future of U.S. refugee.

Refugee-Facts-Oct-2015-FINAL.pdf

MIGRATION STRATEGY GROUP

EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF A COMPREHENSIVE MIGRATION AND REFUGEE POLICY – INSIGHTS FROM GERMANY ... United. States (GMF) and the Robert Bosch Stiftung, in cooperation with the German Institute ... Astrid Ziebarth, Senior Migration Fellow, Europe Program, German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Migration_Strategy_Group_More_Coherence.pdf

The Germany-Turkey Migration Corridor: Refitting Policies for a

Feb 6, 2016 ... The Council is a unique deliberative body that examines vital policy issues and informs migration policymaking processes in North America and Europe. The Council's work is generously supported by the following foundations and governments: Open Society Foundations, Carnegie Corporation of.

TCM_Emigration-Germany-FINAL.pdf

The Refugee Surge in Europe: Economic Challenges; by Shekhar

Jan 1, 2016 ... 32. ANNEXES. I. Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden: Facts ... economic migrants can be different from refugees in terms of demographics and skills, in addition to .... present policy lessons for the integration of the current refugee flows covering the labor market,.

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International Immigration and Diaspora in World Politics

E-Mail: [email protected] Around the world, states are confronted with a rising tide of human migration. An ... including France, Germany, Japan, the European Union and the United States. A number of sections have ..... Klaus J. Bade and Myron Weiner, eds., Migration Past, Migration Future: Germany and the United States ...

Syllabi_Fall-2014_IR718_Berger.pdf

Transnationalism and migrants' imaginings of citizenship

Introduction. For the past ten years, scholars have heatedly debated how globalization, transnational migration, and migrant transnationalism are transforming the structure and meaning of citizenship and nation in .... and contextualize our ethnographic research in Germany and the United States, and discuss how migrants' ...

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THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF MIGRATION

The report also underscores the importance of incorporating current and future debates beyond the .... and the early 1990s and were directed to a limited number of European Union countries, mainly Germany. In 1989 and ... Canada, the United States and New Zealand) and allow migrants the possibility of obtaining full.

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The economic integration of migrants and refugees

of the refugee influx. SUMMARY. The current refugee influx represents the largest population movement in Europe since World War II. Its size and complexity make .... the United States. The study suggests that the impact of the cumulative waves of migration (that have arrived over the past 50 years in OECD countries) is on ...

EPRS_BRI(2015)572809_EN.pdf

Press Release New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants

Press Release. New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants adopted by all Member. States at historic UN Summit. UNITED NATIONS, New York – Monday, 19 September 2016 – World leaders came together at the United Nations General Assembly today to adopt the New. York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants ...

un_press_release_-_new_york_declaration_-_19_september_2016.pdf

Lessons from Canada and Germany

altered the rules for admitting refugees; it has drastically expanded Canada's ... man migrants. While the “ethnic” understanding of nationhood continues to influence German immigration debates (Bauder, 2011, and this issue),. Germany has made .... Canada has not harmonized its migration policies with the United States ...

Lessons-from-Canada-and-Germany-Immigration-and-Integration-Experiences-Compared-Introduction-to-the-Special-Issue.pdf

Climate Change and International Migration

migrants, forced to flee because of loss of livelihood or habitat and not because of persecutory policies, will be unlikely to meet the legal definition of a refugee. ... and avert future environmental shocks ..... The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a non-partisan American public policy and grantmaking in -.

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Understanding public attitudes towards refugees and migrants

attitudes towards refugees and migrants, particularly in. Europe and the United States. (For the limitations of public polling, see Box 1.) 2.1. Global polling data: a mixed picture. Available global polling data paints a mixed picture of public attitudes towards refugees and migrants. Gallup analysis of 2012–14 data from 140 ...

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Legal and policy responses to environmentally induced migration

“Climate Refugees”. Legal and policy responses to environmentally induced migration. STUDY. Abstract. This study sets out to examine the legal and policy aspects of climate and environmental related displacement. It assesses to what extent the current EU framework for immigration and asylum in general and the.

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Economic Impacts of Immigration: A Survey Working Paper

Recent immigrants from Latin America tended to be less educated than earlier ... captured, however, by nationality surveys as citizenship was automatically granted to ethnically German migrants. While typically ..... More research is required into the specifics of labor market assimilation for refugees, past asylum seekers ...

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Multiculturalism: Success, Failure, and the Future | migrationpolicy.org

Despite substantial evidence that policies allowing legal and political accommodation of ethnic diversity are working, a chorus of political leaders in Europe has declared multiculturalism a failure — in effect mischaracterizing the multiculturalism experiment, its future prospects, and its progress over the past three decades.

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Migration of Roma and Non Roma from Central and Eastern Europe

of Last Resort? Migration of Roma and Non-Roma from. CEE countries. Stoyanka Cherkezova, Ilona Tomova. Roma Inclusion Working Papers. UNDP Europe and the CIS,. Bratislava Regional Centre ..... by nationality into Australia,. Canada, United States and Russian federation, 1995–2007, 2008–2010 . . . . . . . . . . . .184.

Migration-of-Roma-and-Non-Roma-from-Central-and-Eastern-Europe.pdf