Gender-specific and gendered migration policies

Results displayed in this section refer to research on policies, laws, legislation, regulation or measures regarding gender and migration. Policies in this area may target either women or men or both, girls or boys or both. More generally, gender equality policies, concerning both migrant and non-migrant populations, refer to equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities for women and men, girls and boys. Gender equality also refers to equal opportunities – without discrimination based on gender – in the allocation and access to resources, benefits and services.

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Women's migration and quality of life in Turkey

Authors Mohammad Hemmasi, Carolyn V Prorok
Year 2002
Journal Name Geoforum
Citations (WoS) 11
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1 Journal Article

Dutch Women are Liberated, Migrant Women are a Problem: The Evolution of Policy Frames on Gender and Migration in the Netherlands, 1995?2005

Authors Conny Roggeband, Mieke Verloo
Year 2007
Journal Name Social Policy & Administration
Citations (WoS) 106
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4 Journal Article

Evaluating Impact: Lessons Learned from Robust Evaluations of Labour Market Integration Policies

Authors Özge Bilgili, Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB), Migration Policy Group (MPG)
Year 2015
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6 Report

Country profile of Ghana: sport, politics and nation-building

Authors Derrick Charway, Barrie Houlihan
Year 2020
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT POLICY AND POLITICS
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7 Journal Article

Projecting the future of Canada's population: assumptions, implications, and policy

Authors Roderic Beaujot
Year 2003
Journal Name Canadian Studies in Population
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8 Journal Article

From Kurdistan to Europe: Kurdish Literary, Artistic and Cultural Activism by Kurdish Women Intellectuals

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Kurdish women have been involved in film production, radio broadcasts and exhibitions, as well as in the production of a substantial number of books, journals and other publications in both Kurdish and national languages of the European states. However, the aesthetic and intellectual production of Kurdish women, which leads to the empowerment of women and advancement of gender equality in the Kurdish diaspora, has not been the subject of any notable research yet. By going beyond stereotypical portrayals of Kurdish women, presented as either victim of honour-based violence or someone who suffers violent conflict, this research will deal with the gendered experiences of Kurdish diaspora from the four regions of Kurdistan (Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey) in terms of the growth of aesthetic, literary and cultural practices by migrant Kurdish women in five nation-states (Belgium, France, Sweden, Germany, UK) along with their impacts on larger societal debates within a comparative approach. It will also investigate the varying migrant incorporation regimes of selected European countries, including the impacts of the recent influx of Syrian Kurdish refugees. It includes ethnographic fieldwork, along with multi-sited research techniques carried out in the capitals of selected European states, data collection of both primary sources (creative, literary and cultural productions) and secondary sources (EU documents, annual progress reports, press releases). This study has a potential to encourage the maximization of networks of educational and intellectual revitalization in European states. It will also encourage other Kurdish migrant women to become factors of change and reach others. This is an interdisciplinary project aiming to fill in a significant gap in the relevant socio-political, gender, migration and cultural academic studies and policy debates within the European Research Area. It is in line with the EC’s strategy for gender equality provision.
Year 2018
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Restrictive Integration Policies and the Construction of the Migrant as ‘Unwilling to Integrate’: The Case of Germany

Authors Maria Kontos
Book Title Contesting Integration, Engendering Migration
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12 Book Chapter

Gender, Violence, Refugees

Authors Ulrike Krause, Susanne Buckley-Zistel
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13 Book

The Effects of Gendered Social Capital on U.S. Migration: A Comparison of Four Latin American Countries

Authors Rochelle R. Côté, Sandra M. Way, Jessica Eva Jensen, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name Demography
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14 Journal Article

RESPOND: Multilevel Governance of Mass Migration in Europe and Beyond

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With the goal of enhancing the governance capacity and policy coherence of the EU, its member states and neighbors, RESPOND is a comprehensive study of migration governance in the wake of the 2015 Refugee Crisis. Bringing together 14 partners from 7 disciplines, the project probes policy-making processes and policy (in)coherence through comparative research in source, transit and destination countries. RESPOND analyzes migration governance across macro (transnational, national), meso (sub-national/local) and micro-levels (refugees/migrants) by applying an innovative research methodology utilizing legal and policy analysis, comparative historical analysis, political claims analysis, socio-economic and cultural analysis, longitudinal survey analysis, interview based analysis, and photovoice techniques. It focuses in-depth on: (1) Border management and security, (2) International refugee protection, (3) Reception policies, (4) Integration policies, and (5) Conflicting Europeanization and externalization. We use these themes to examine multi-level governance while tackling the troubling question of the role of forced migration in precipitating increasing disorder in Europe. In contrast to much research undertaken on governance processes at a single level of analysis, RESPOND’s multilevel, multi-method approach shows the co-constitutive relationship between policy and practice among actors at all three levels; it highlights the understudied role of meso-level officials; and it shines a light on the activities of non-governmental actors in the face of policy vacuums. Ultimately, RESPOND will show which migration governance policies really work and how migrants and officials are making-do in the too-frequent absence of coherent policies. Adhering to a refugee-centered approach throughout, RESPOND will bring insights to citizenship, gender and integration studies, ensure direct benefit to refugee communities and provide a basis for more effective policy development.
Year 2017
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Closing the Gap? Gender and the Global Compacts for Migration and Refugees

Authors Jenna L. Hennebry, Allison J. Petrozziello
Year 2019
Journal Name International Migration
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16 Journal Article

Migration from a gender-critical, postcolonial and interdisciplinary perspective

Authors Sabine Gatt, Kerstin Hazibar, Verena Sauermann, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie
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18 Journal Article

Gendering the Politics of Migration

Authors Nicola Piper
Year 2006
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 55
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19 Journal Article

Gender Equality Attitudes among Turks in Western Europe and Turkey: The Interrelated Impact of Migration and Parents' Attitudes

Authors Niels Spierings
Year 2015
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 11
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20 Journal Article

Global Migration Issues

Authors Graziano Battistella
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21 Book

Who Is an Immigrant and Who Requires Integration? Categorizing in European Policies

Authors Marleen van der Haar, Liza Mügge
Book Title Integration Processes and Policies in Europe
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22 Book Chapter

Gender politics and migration policies in Jordan

Authors Françoise DE BEL-AIR
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This paper tackles the socio-political aspects of gender and migration in Jordan. Our concern is to figure out whether and, if so, how public debate, institutional setup and specific governmental or government-approved policies targeting migrant women are gendered, i.e., how gender policies articulate with migratory policies, how gender determines migrants’ experience, in terms of, for instance, life cycle and employment. We also inquire about the purposes of such policies. Our main conclusion is that, though public debate is indeed gendered, migration policies are not. On immigration, gender does not have priority over other characteristics of the migrant in the overall policy-making process on migration. However, there exists an economic sector-selective gendering of policies targeting female migrants in Jordan. This process is rooted in the political necessity of engineering female and migrant issues to respond to Jordanian nationals’ concerns. As for females’ emigration and, especially, a new trend involving mainly unmarried skilled young women directed at the Arab Gulf States, it has been so far ignored in the public debate, caught between the ‘open door’ policy and the institutional setup of Jordan’s ‘blocked society’. In the Jordanian context, migration, indeed, hardly allows female empowerment let alone female immigrants in Jordan. Therefore the paper advocates a stronger involvement on the part of sending countries’ in the defence of their nationals employed abroad, especially given the situation of female English domestic workers. / Cet article traite des aspects sociopolitiques de la relation entre genre et migration en Jordanie. Nous cherchons à comprendre si et comment le débat public, le contexte institutionnel et les politiques gouvernementales (ou soutenues par le gouvernement) visant les femmes migrantes sont genrées. Comment les politiques dans le domaine du genre s’articulent-elles aux politiques migratoires ? En quoi le genre détermine-t-il l’expérience des migrants, en termes de cycle de vie, de travail et d’emploi, par exemple ? Nous nous intéressons également aux objectifs de ces politiques. La conclusion principale de ce rapport est la suivante : le débat public prend en compte la question du genre mais les politiques migratoires l’ignorent le plus souvent. Concernant l’immigration, nous montrons que le genre ne pèse pas plus que d’autres facteurs dans le processus global de conception et de mise en œuvre des politiques migratoires. Cependant, on peut repérer une sélection par le genre dans certains secteurs économiques ouverts aux travailleurs immigrés, dont l’exemple le plus emblématique est l’emploi domestique. Ce processus a pour origine la nécessité politique d’instrumentaliser les questions de la femme et de la migration en réponse aux préoccupations des citoyens jordaniens. La question de l’émigration des femmes, en particulier le récent mouvement de femmes jeunes et célibataires vers les pays du Golfe, est pour sa part absente du débat public. Celui-ci reste en effet prisonnier de la politique de la « porte ouverte » mais surtout du contexte institutionnel d'une société jordanienne « bloquée ». Le contexte jordanien n’est donc pas toujours propice à l’autonomisation (empowerment) des femmes jordaniennes mais encore moins à celle des migrantes étrangères. Notre étude appelle donc les autorités des pays d’origine des migrantes à s’investir plus fortement dans la défense des intérêts de leurs ressortissantes expatriées, et de manière urgente dans celle des domestiques asiatiques.
Year 2011
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23 Report

Bridging Gender, Migration and Governance: Theoretical Possibilities in the Asian Context

Authors Nicola Piper
Year 2003
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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25 Journal Article

Introduction

Authors Bridget Anderson, Isabel Shutes
Book Title Migration and Care Labour
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26 Book Chapter

Mainstreaming migrant integration? A critical analysis of a new trend in integration governance

Authors Peter Scholten, Elizabeth Collett, Milica Petrovic
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES
Citations (WoS) 9
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27 Journal Article

Gendering Migration

Authors Lucy Williams
Book Title Global Marriage
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28 Book Chapter

Governing irregular immigration through detention: discourses and practices from an interdisciplinary approach

Description
Western countries have significant concerns about the increasing number of undocumented migrants and asylum seekers crossing international borders. The European Agenda for Migration includes a set of priorities that address this complex and nuanced problem. Core values of European societies, such as solidarity and human rights, are being tested by irregular migration pressure and the related difficulties of immigration detention. The escalating number of detainees released into host communities instead of being deported has raised new questions about how this population is being managed. This project uses two case studies: Spain and Canada to analyze how the governance of irregular migrants and asylum seekers occurs in two complementary ways. First, at the level of discourse, this research will assess how irregular migration has been represented in the political process by focusing on how immigration detention has emerged as a response to this issue. Second, the project will examine the impact of detention in those released and supervised in the community. This study will also focus on how different actors participant in the governance of migrants and how gender, race and nationality influence this process. Theoretically, this research builds on the governmentality and border control scholarship. Policy analysis and interviews are the primary methods of data collection. This study builds on existing scholarship and will provide a comprehensive and comparative analysis of irregular immigration and detention that can inform various types of immigration policy. The research project will be structured to ensure the applicant receives a high quality and comprehensive training program that includes academic milestones and the management, communication and dissemination competences. This study project is built on the collaboration of several institutions and academics to guarantee the international relevance of the project and the academic excellence of the researcher.
Year 2018
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29 Project

Migration-induced transfers of norms: the case of female political empowerment

Authors Elisabetta Lodigiani, Sara Salomone
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Demographic Economics
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30 Journal Article

Conclusions and Reflection

Authors Peter Scholten, Mark van Ostaijen
Book Title Between Mobility and Migration
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31 Book Chapter

Overseas voting among Arab migrants in the EU

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The research project ‘Arab Overseas Voting’ aims to contribute to the academic literature and policy discussion on overseas voting by drawing the attention on Arab migrant communities in the EU participating in the elections of their country of origin. It adopts an interdisciplinary and comparative approach that builds on historical and current contrasts between two major Arab labour sending countries (Tunisia and Morocco) and between two key EU receiving countries (France and Italy). Overseas voting is a worldwide trend. It is considered as a migrants’ right, and as contributing positively to democratization and development. However, the academic literature on overseas voting is still at an initial stage, in particular in Arab and African countries. The context of the project is that of momentous political changes in the Arab World, and increasing migration flows between North Africa and the EU since two decades. The general objective of the project is to assess why and how states enfranchise non-resident citizens, and under which conditions and for what purposes the latter participate in elections of their country of origin. In a policy perspective, the project aim to assess if, and under which conditions, overseas voting should be included in common migration policy frameworks, including the EU Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (GAMM). The project responds to EU demands to further investigate the governance of migration, in particular temporary migration; and social and political changes in Arab countries, in particular empowering young generation in context of political transition. With the aim of fulfilling such objective, ‘Arab Overseas Voting’ will pursue the following interrelated research objectives: patterns for adopting overseas voting; extensive versus restrictive voting rules; voters’ turnout; and voting behaviour, with a focus on age, gender, legal status differences.
Year 2013
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33 Project

Migration, Gender, and Family

Authors Juan Carlos Calleros Alarcon
Book Title Global Perspectives on Migration and Development
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34 Book Chapter

Nouvelles perspectives sur les migrations dans et depuis la région de Kayes

Principal investigator Nehara Feldman (Coordinator), Stéphanie Lima (Investigator), Sandrine Mesplé-Somps (Investigator)
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L’objectif du projet NIMIK est d’identifier l’émergence de nouveaux phénomènes migratoires à partir d’enquêtes sur la région de Kayes. La mobilité vers d’autres pays d’Afrique et d’autres destinations, notamment l’Europe, depuis cette région a fait l’objet de nombreux travaux dont il s’agira de faire un bilan critique. Ces travaux permettent d’approcher les phénomènes migratoires avec une profondeur historique particulière, et on s’attachera à déceler à partir de ce terrain singulier les changements en cours. Sur une durée de deux ans, le projet réunit une équipe d’une dizaine de chercheuses et de chercheurs, économistes, statisticiens, géographes, sociologistes et anthropologues, basés en France et au Mali. La pluridisciplinarité permettra de réfléchir à l’articulation des motivations sociales, économiques, politiques et climatiques dans les projets de départ et, éventuellement, de retours. Le projet NIMIK est structuré autour de trois thèmes. Le premier coordonné par Sandrine Mesplé-Somps (IRD, UMR DIAL), a pour objet de dresser un bilan de la dynamique actuelle des migrations au Mali, notamment en matière de genre et d’étudier les aspirations nouvelles à migrer. Avec notamment l’appui de Björn Nilsson (économiste, post-doc), cet axe mobilisera des enquêtes statistiques existantes et mettra en place une enquête originale auprès de jeunes maliens sur leurs aspirations au départ. Le deuxième est coordonné par Nehara Feldman (anthropologue, Université de Picardie) associée à Aïssatou Mbodj-Pouye (anthropologue, CNRS IMAF, Paris et Point Sud, Bamako) et Joanne Le Bars (géographe, post-doc) ; il examinera les dynamiques familiales liées à la migration et s’intéressera à l’émergence possible de nouvelles configurations migratoires, notamment la migration autonome des femmes. Le troisième, coordonné par Stéphanie Lima (LMI Movida et Université de Toulouse) et auquel est associée Hawa Coulibaly (géographe, post-doc, LMI MACOTER et UMR CESSMA), étudie les interrelations entre les migrations internationales et la gouvernance locale dans la région de Kayes. Outre les trois post-doctorants cités, seront impliqués dans le projet un doctorant du LMI MACOTER, deux étudiants boursiers de Point Sud, Bamako, Mariam Sissoko et Mbaré Fofana et une étudiante en master de l’Université de Picardie, Nassima Guilal.
Year 2018
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36 Project

Gender and Migration

Authors Katie Willis
Year 2000
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38 Book

[Global Governance Programme], [Cultural Pluralism]

Authors Anna TRIANDAFYLLIDOU
Year 2018
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39 Book

Gender, Power, and Emigration From Mexico

Authors Jenna Nobles, Christopher McKelvey
Year 2015
Journal Name Demography
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42 Journal Article

Gender, Governance and Power: Finding the Global at the Local Level

Authors Laura J. Shepherd, Lucy Ferguson
Year 2011
Journal Name Globalizations
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44 Journal Article

Transitions and Conflicts: Reexamining Impacts of Migration on Young Women's Status and Gender Practice in Rural Shanxi

Authors Lichao Yang, Xiaodong Ren
Year 2020
Journal Name SOCIAL INCLUSION
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46 Journal Article

Staff shortages in Swedish elderly care - reflections on gender and diversity politics

Authors Linda Lill
Year 2020
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
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47 Journal Article

Are Movers More Egalitarian than Stayers? An Intergenerational Perspective on Intra-Household Financial Decision-Making

Authors Şebnem Eroğlu
Year 2020
Journal Name International Migration Review
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50 Journal Article

International Labor Migration of Asian Women: Distinctive Characteristics and Policy Concerns

Authors Lin Lean Lim, Nana Oishi
Year 1996
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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51 Journal Article

Ageing, Gender and Labour Migration

Authors Aija Lulle, Russell King
Year 2016
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53 Book

Families First? The Mobilization of Family Norms in Refugee Resettlement

Authors Natalie Welfens, Saskia Bonjour
Year 2020
Journal Name International Political Sociology
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54 Journal Article

ANOTHER LOST DECADE: THE FAILURES OF SOUTH AFRICA'S POST-APARTHEID MIGRATION POLICY

Authors JONATHAN CRUSH, BELINDA DODSON
Year 2007
Journal Name Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie
Citations (WoS) 24
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55 Journal Article

Enhancing Evidence Based Policy-Making in Gender and Migration

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GEMMA’s specific objective is to improve access to synthesised EC-funded Gender and Migration (G&M) research results for the particular groups of policy-makers and civil society organisations (CSOs) at national level in 5 countries. This objective responds to: (i) the need for national level strategy development to promote working cultures between researchers, policy-makers and CSOs and; (ii) the need to enhance the quantity and quality of synthesised research results for policy makers and civil society. The expected results are: (i) 5 national strategies developed to enhance networking and communication between researchers and policy-makers in the field of G&M through Policy-Making and Research National Action Plans (PMR-NAPs); (ii) 5 national strategies developed to enhance networking and communication between researchers and CSOs working in the field of G&M through Civil Society and Research National Action Plans (CSR-NAPs); (iii) increased systematic dissemination and valorisation of synthesised EC-funded research results and related policy recommendations in G&M to policy-makers and CSOs in 5 countries and national languages. The main tasks to achieve result 1 will be: (i) design a Policy Briefing Sheet (PBS) template that will be used to synthesise the research results from 20 FP5 and FP6 projects regarding G&M; (ii) organise 1 Policy Dialogue and Networking Workshop in each country and produce the PMR-NAPS; (iii) organise Validation Workshops for PBS and NAP finalisation; (iv) horizontal analysis of the PBS in order to identify horizontal conclusions and recommendations for the European Commission, researchers, policy-makers and CSOs. The main tasks to achieve result 2 will be: (i) disseminate PBS to at least 20 CSOs in each of GEMMA’s 5 Member States; (ii) organise 1 Civil Society Dialogue and Networking Workshop in each country (CS-DNWs) in the 5 partner countries; (iii) organise one validation workshop in the 5 partner countries to finalise the CSR-NAPs; (
Year 2008
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56 Project

Introduction - Gender and contemporary US immigration

Authors Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo
Year 1999
Journal Name American Behavioral Scientist, 2014, Vol. 58, No. 12, pp. 1614-1633
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57 Journal Article

Affecting migration: Public information campaigns and the intimate spatialities of border enforcement

Authors Jill M Williams
Year 2020
Journal Name Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space
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59 Journal Article

Access to antiretroviral treatment, issues of well-being and public health governance in Chad: what justifies the limited success of the universal access policy?

Authors Jacquineau Azetsop, Blondin A. Diop
Year 2013
Journal Name PHILOSOPHY ETHICS AND HUMANITIES IN MEDICINE
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60 Journal Article

NORWEGIAN WOMEN'S EXPERIENCES OF 20TH-CENTURY MIGRATION TO ENGLAND: Narratives Of Changing Gender Roles

Authors Karen Christensen
Year 2020
Journal Name NORDIC JOURNAL OF MIGRATION RESEARCH
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61 Journal Article

Femmes et migrations en Tunisie

Authors Hassan BOUBAKRI
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Ce texte propose une analyse de la place et du rôle des femmes dans les différents flux migratoires de, vers et à travers la Tunisie. Dans cette perspective, l’accent est mis sur deux sujets particuliers : tout d’abord, l’évolution démographique et socioprofessionnelle des Tunisiens de l’étranger, notamment les migrations familiales ; puis, les conditions de vie des migrants subsahariens en Tunisie, en particulier les migrations irrégulières et la traite. En conclusion, nous insistons sur la nécessité de disposer et de diffuser des données et des informations sur le genre et la migration afin de favoriser la gouvernance des migrations. / This text analyzes the place and the role of women within the various migration movements from, to and through Tunisia. In such a perspective, it insists on two particular issues : first, the demographic and socio-professional evolution of the Tunisian abroad, mainly through the study of family migration ; second, the living conditions of the sub-Saharan migrants in Tunisia, especially irregular migration and human trafficking. To conclude, we insist on the necessary access to and diffusion of data’s and information’s dealing with Gender and Migration in order to support the governance of migration.
Year 2011
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62 Report

Gendered Migrations and Global Social Reproduction: An Introduction

Authors Parvati Raghuram, Eleonore Kofman
Book Title Gendered Migrations and Global Social Reproduction
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63 Book Chapter

Work and gender in French Caribbean migrations

Authors Stephanie Condon
Year 2008
Journal Name TRAVAIL GENRE ET SOCIETES
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64 Journal Article

Dual Citizenship as a Path-Dependent Process1

Authors Thomas Faist, Jürgen Gerdes, Beate Rieple
Year 2006
Journal Name International Migration Review
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65 Journal Article

From ‘Making a Living’ to ‘Getting Ahead’: Roma Women's Experiences of Migration

Authors Maria-Carmen Pantea
Year 2012
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 7
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66 Journal Article

A proper wife, a proper marriage: Constructions of ‘us’ and ‘them’ in Dutch family migration policy

Authors Saskia Bonjour, Betty de Hart
Year 2013
Journal Name European Journal of Women's Studies
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67 Journal Article

Engendering migration studies - The case of new immigrants in the United States

Authors PR Pessar
Year 1999
Journal Name American Behavioral Scientist, 2014, Vol. 58, No. 12, pp. 1614-1633
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68 Journal Article

Return Imaginaries and Political Climate: Comparing Thinking About Return Mobilities Among Pakistani Origin Migrants and Descendants in Norway and the UK

Authors Marta Bolognani, Marta Bivand Erdal
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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69 Journal Article

Conclusion and a Proposed Research Agenda

Authors Lucy Williams
Book Title Global Marriage
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70 Book Chapter

Forced Up or Down? The Impact of Forced Migration on Social Status

Authors I. Ruiz, M. Siegel, C. Vargas-Silva
Year 2015
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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71 Journal Article

AGRUMIG "Leaving something behind" - Migration governance and agricultural and rural change in "home" communities

Description
Increasing migration to rural areas in Europe has been a great boon for the local economy. To propose effective policies, there is a need for a combined approach of the links between labour mobility and the challenges in a changing agriculture environment. As such, the EU-funded AGRUMIG project will analyse the economic, structural, cultural and ecological factors that affect the relationship between labour mobility and the agricultural sector. It will identify the level of government interference and review national policies and EU partnership agreements. It will promote dialogue with stakeholders to detect structures that can encourage practices and acts for sustainable and gender-impartial rural development.
Year 2019
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72 Project

Immigration policy index

Authors Dmytro Vikhrov
Year 2017
Journal Name ECONOMICS OF TRANSITION
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73 Journal Article

AN OVERVIEW OF CHALLENGES AND MIGRATION AMONG NURSING PROFESSIONALS

Authors Vidya Pujari, Suchitra Pal
Year 2018
Journal Name TEORIJA IN PRAKSA
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76 Journal Article

Deadly anchor: Gender bias under Russian colonization of Kazakhstan

Authors Gani Aldashev, Catherine Guirkinger
Year 2012
Journal Name EXPLORATIONS IN ECONOMIC HISTORY
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79 Journal Article

statistical data from the greek ministry of migration policy

Description
Statistical data of the Greek Asylum Service: asylum applications by gender and age ranges, region of registration and country of origin, first instance procedure, unaccompanied minors; pending applications, appeals; relocation; Dublin
Year 2013
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80 Data Set

Migration of Engineers and the Gender Dimension

Authors Matthew Dixon
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81 Book Chapter

The Difference Gender Makes: State Policy and Contract Migrant Workers in Singapore

Authors Shirlena Huang, Brenda S.A. Yeoh
Year 2003
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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82 Journal Article

Prospective Analysis for the Mediterranean Region

Description
In response to SSH-2009 – 7.1.2, the MEDPRO project will undertake a deep foresight analysis of the development issues in eleven countries in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean participating in the Barcelona process and in the Union for the Mediterranean. The project will undertake an analysis of the current state and prospective development in main areas of socio-economic development: Geopolitics and governance; demography, ageing, migration, health and gender issues; sustainable development, management of resources, adaptation to global warming; energy and climate change mitigation; economic development, trade and investment; financial services and capital markets and human capital, education and development of skills. It will then bring the partial foresight analyses in these areas into a broader framework of quantitative general equilibrium modelling, and be completed with qualitative scenarios for regional and broader integration within the region and with the EU and policy conclusions for the EU approach. Given the broad scope of the research to be undertaken, the consortium has been composed with the aim of ensuring three equally important qualities: scientific excellence, multidisciplinary structure and deep insight into Mediterranean affairs. The coordinating institute is therefore collaborating closely with three other institutes with deep insight in Mediterranean affairs and European Neighbourhood Policy. Whereas the main objective is to provide targeted scientific support to the future development of the relations between the EU and the Mediterranean region, the impact of this project will be underpinned by an exceptional effort of dissemination in both the EU and the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries.
Year 2010
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84 Project

(Re)producing Statelessness via Indirect Gender Discrimination: Descendants of Haitian Migrants in the Dominican Republic

Authors Allison J. Petrozziello
Year 2019
Journal Name International Migration
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85 Journal Article

Context-Based Qualitative Research and Multi-sited Migration Studies in Europe

Authors Russell King
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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86 Book Chapter

Modeling for Determinants of Human Trafficking: An Empirical Analysis

Authors Seo-Young Cho
Year 2015
Journal Name Social Inclusion
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87 Journal Article

Women, Migration and Asylum in Turkey: Developing Gender Sensitivity in Migration Research, Policy and Practice

Authors Meltem Yilmaz Sener
Year 2020
Journal Name NORDIC JOURNAL OF MIGRATION RESEARCH
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88 Journal Article

Introduction: Contesting Integration-Migration Management and Gender Hierarchies

Authors Mojca Pajnik, Floya Anthias
Book Title Contesting Integration, Engendering Migration
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89 Book Chapter

Gender, Migration, and Law: Crossing Borders and Bridging Disciplines

Authors Kitty Calavita
Year 2006
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 31
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91 Journal Article

Curbing sex trafficking in Turkey: The policy–practice divide

Authors Emel Coşkun
Year 2015
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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93 Journal Article

Marriage-Related Migration to the UK

Authors Katharine Charsley, Michaela Benson, Nicholas Van Hear, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 31
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94 Journal Article

No Arranged Marriages Here: Migration and the Shift from Relations of Descent to Consent in the Lebanese Diaspora

Authors Nelia Hyndman-Rizk
Year 2016
Journal Name Journal of Intercultural Studies
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96 Journal Article

On Female Victims and Parallel Worlds: Gender and Ethnicity in Policy Frames of Spousal Migration in Germany

Authors Laura Block
Book Title Contesting Integration, Engendering Migration
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