Browsing: DFM_Researches

The Role and Process of Remittances in the Labor Export Industry in the Philippines

This report counters arguments that rapid economic development in the Third World can stem the current flow of outmigration, and point out that the effects of the 1997 Asian economic crisis, in particular the growing number


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Segyehwa (“Globalization”) and Korea: Worsening Crisis in Society, Worsening Conditions for Migrant Workers

This research is an offshoot of the SVD-JPIC conference on migrants. Through this collaborative project of the Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM) and the SVD-JPIC, relevant information on grassroots migrant organizations, migrant institutions and advocates was


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Deteriorating Conditions in the Japanese Economy and Its Impact on Migrant Labor

This study gathers already published literature regarding the current economic situation in Japan and how it impacts governmental policies on immigration and foreign workers. It is divided into four topics: (1) the present economic conditions in


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Profile of Indonesian Labor Migration

Conducted in 2003, this APMM case study profiles Indonesian labor migration from a social-historical perspective. It was one of this first studies in this area when it was published, and except for the outdated statistics, its


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Global Migration 2010

This book is a compendium of of regional statistics on labor migration, incorporating some themes and analysis on structural forces driving this global phenomenon. It also includes sections on marriage migration and undocumented into each regional


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Relevance, Nexus and Prospects: An Impact Study of the GFMD and Its Migration Paradigm

This research is an impact study on the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) and its line of “migration for development”, using empirical methods in extracting the perceptions of grassroots migrant workers and advocates all


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Global Migration 2012

This second edition of the Global Migration Report (GMR) is a follow up on the 2010 edition, aims to keep migration readers abreast of the major trends and developments, mainly in labour migration, in the world


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