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Managing Religious Difference in North America and Europe in an Era of Mass Migration

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English

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English version

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Other

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European Union Member States
Canada
United States of America

Date published

2016

Number of pages

23 pages

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Migrants and Refugees Have Rights! Impact of EU policies on accessing protection

This report is a response by Caritas Europa to the tragic refugee crisis unravelling in Europe. The organization observes that some policy responses by both the European Union and European government leaders contradict core European values and fundamental Christian teaching.

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English

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English version

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Migrant rights

Date published

2016

Number of pages

74 pages

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Youth, Employment and Migration in Mogadishu, Kismayo and Baidoa

In Somalia, nearly 70% of the population is under 30 years of age. Many people in this category have no access to education or struggle to enter the labour market because of a lack of skills, no access to job offers, limited capital for investment, or displacement-related vulnerabilities. This study focuses on urban youth looking at the cities of Mogadishu, Kismayo and Baidoa. 

This research project aims to study the relationship between youth, employment and migration, looking at three main questions:

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English

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Other

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Somalia

Date published

2016

Number of pages

111 pages

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Human Development Report 2015

Fast technological progress, deepening globalization, aging societies and environmental challenges are rapidly transforming what work means today and how it is performed. This new world of work presents great opportunities for some, but also profound challenges for others. The 2015 Human Development Report, released today at a ceremony in Ethiopia, urges governments to act now to ensure no one is left behind in the fast-changing world of work. The report, titled ‘Work for Human Development’, calls for equitable and decent work for all.

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English

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Spanish version

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Global

Date published

2015

Number of pages

273 pages

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HUMAN MOBILITY IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE UNFCCC – PARIS COP-21

The Advisory Group on Climate Change and Human Mobility (Advisory Group) is composed of the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Norwegian Refugee Council and its Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (NRC/IDMC), Refugees International (RI), the Center for International Relations Studies de Sciences Po (Sciences Po-CERI), and the Arab Network for Environment and Development (RAED).

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English version

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Other

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Global

Date published

2015

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9 pages

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IOM

Latin Americans migrating from Europe to the UK: barriers to accessing public services and welfare

A new report has been published on the situation of people from Latin America who have migrated on to the UK after a period of living in another EU country has found evidence of vulnerability in employment and ‘practical exclusion’ for information services provided by local authorities.

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English

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English version

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United Kingdom
Latin America and the Caribbean

Date published

2015

Number of pages

12 pages

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Rapport annuel 2015 : Prendre le pouls de l’Afrique du Nord

Dans son rapport annuel 2015 dédié à l’Afrique du Nord, la BAD fait le point sur le développement des économies des 6 pays de la région : Mauritanie, Maroc, Algérie, Tunisie, Libye, Égypte.

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French

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French version

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Other

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2015

Annual Report 2015 for North Africa: Taking the pulse of the region

In its 2015 Annual Report for North Africa, the African Development Bank assessed the economies of the six countries in the region: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia. The report notes that the major transition period in the region, which started in the wake of the Arab Spring in 2011, led to democratic elections in almost all the countries of North Africa in 2014 and 2015. The report also highlights the key role of many of these countries in solving the recent crises in Mali and Libya by leading international mediation to strengthen the security situation.

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English

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English version

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Global

Date published

2015

Number of pages

244 pages

The Southeast Asia-Australia Regional Migration System: Some Insights into the “New Emigration”

Migration flows between countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Australia are generally viewed as going in one direction: toward Australia. In practice, however, data reveal a much more complex picture that includes Australian emigration to ASEAN countries, significant temporary movements of skilled workers in both directions, and close connections between the two regions even after migrants permanently return to their country of origin.

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English

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English version

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Migrant Capacities

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Other

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Asia and the Pacific

Date published

2015

Number of pages

35 pages

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Washington DC

Transatlantic Symposium Report: Improving Instruction for Immigrant and Refugee Students in Secondary Schools

The growing enrollment of pupils with migrant backgrounds—including newcomers and the children of immigrants and refugees—has brought unique opportunities and challenges for school systems in Europe and the United States.

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English

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Migrant Communities

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Other

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Global

Date published

2015

Number of pages

14 pages

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Migration Policy Institute

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