South-South Migration: Implications for Social Policy and Development by K. HujoSouth-South Migration: Implications for Social Policy and Development by K. Hujo

South-South Migration: Implications for Social Policy and Development

EditorK. Hujo, N. Piper

Hardcover | August 11, 2010

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This book seeks to explore the development and policy implications of South-South migration, specifically with regard to the role and challenges for social policy. It examines the linkages and impact of migration on gender and care regimes, human resource flows, remittances, poverty, and political organizations by or for migrants.
KATJA HUJO is Research Co-ordinator in the Social Policy and Development Programme at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), Geneva, Switzerland. At UNRISD she manages research projects on Financing Social Policy and Social Policy and Migration in Developing Countries. She has published on issues such a...
Title:South-South Migration: Implications for Social Policy and DevelopmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pagesPublished:August 11, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230271588

ISBN - 13:9780230271586


Table of Contents

Preface; K.Hujo & N.Piper
Linking Migration, Social Development and Policy in the South - An Introduction; K.Hujo & N.Piper
The Implications of Migration for Gender and Care Regimes in the South; E.Kofman&P.Raghuram
Human Resource Flows from and between Developing Countries: Implications for Social and Public Policies; J.Meyer
Migration and Social Development: Organizational and Political Dimensions; N.Piper
Remittances, Migration and Development: Policy Options and Policy Illusions; H.Haas
Migration and Poverty: Linkages, Knowledge Gaps and Policy Implications; A.Haan&S.Yayub
Bridging Gaps in Research and Policy: Toward Inclusive Migration and Social Policy Regimes - Conclusion; K.Hujo & N.Piper