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Wednesday, July 26, 2006 

Transnational Migration: A Prospective View

The dynamics of transnational migration have been over the last couple of years, part of growing scholarly research to better comprehend and integrate policy measures that take into account various experiences and perspectives in terms of human development, rights and the outlooks between inclusion and exclusion.


In a nutshell to get better comprehension about the patterns driving transnational or international migrations, researchers and policy-makers have to investigate and merge a long line of variables, amidst which family, households and gender are also integral parts within the institutionalized social relationships that mold migratory flows and settlement.

In a recent presentation by ECLAC: “International migration from Latin American and the Caribbean to Ibero-America: characteristics, challenges and opportunities”, the steps to enlarge understandings and policy measures vis-à-vis international migration (in the Ibero-American context) are reviewed in the lights of the challenges, and opportunities that come to play with the Latin American and Caribbean settings.

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