1 edition of Global migration governance found in the catalog.
Global migration governance
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Alexander Betts|
|LC Classifications||JV6035 .G565 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 343 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||343|
|LC Control Number||2011921143|
The chapters offer an accessible introduction to the global governance of low-skilled labour migration, high-skilled labour migration, irregular migration, lifestyle migration, international travel, refugees, internally displaced persons, human trafficking and smuggling, diaspora, remittances, and root causes. The modern refugee regime lacks a clearly defined system of governance: individual states are responsible for implementing the regime’s norms within their own territories and jurisdictions, while decisions taken in parallel policy fields, such as security, development and migration, have a considerable impact on the regime’s functioning.
‘Conclusion’ in A Betts (ed), Global Migration Governance (OUP ) , 2 UNGA, Declaration of the High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development (adopted in New York, 3–4 October ) para 1. 3 Alexander Betts, ‘Introduction: Global Migration Governance’ in A Betts (ed), Global Migration Governance (OUP Global migration governance, civil society and the paradoxes of sustainability Branka Likić-Brborić Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden ABSTRACT Against the presentation of an asymmetric global governance, this article analyzes the formation of global migration governance with its focus on the politics of migration and development.
Get this from a library! Global migration governance. [Alexander Betts;] -- In the context of the growing politicisation of migration, a debate has emerged in policy and academia on the need to develop global governance on migration to facilitate better inter-state. Argues that the diffusion of neoliberal governance frameworks and transfers of responsibilities from national to local levels are a worldwide phenomenon explaining why local authorities have become key actors in the global management of the migration, integration and development nexus.
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Alexander Betts is Director of the MacArthur Foundation-funded Global Migration Governance project, a Fellow of Wadham College, and Hedley Bull Research Fellow in International Relations, University of Oxford. His research focuses on the international politics of migration and refugee protection, with a geographical focus on Sub-Saharan by: This Introduction offers a background to the global governance of migration.
It argues that although there is no coherent UN-based multilateral framework regulating states' Global migration governance book to migration, this is not to say that there is no global migration governance.
Rather, global migration governance can be characterized by a fragmented tapestry of institutions at the bilateral, regional, inter. Some forms of migration, such as large and mixed movements of people, can be managed only with a global governance framework. Regional approaches to migration flows are no longer sufficient: for.
The book develops a framework for analysis of comparative regional migration governance to support a distinct and truly global approach accounting for developments in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Central Asia, Europe, the Middle East, North America and South America and the many and varying forms that regional arrangements can take in these regions.
Global Migration Governance by Alexander Betts - Book Review. towards a vision for global migration governance, based on rigorous analysis of the existing international institutional architecture and its consequences.
This policy brief provides an overview of the project’s work, drawing upon the new book, Global Migration Governance (Oxford University Press).
The brief examines three main. How do the United Nations, international organizations, governments, corporate actors and a wide variety of civil society organizations and regional and global trade unions perceive the root causes of migration, global inequality and options for sustainable development.
This is one of the most pertinent political questions of the 21st century. This comprehensive collection examines the. Looking beyond the compacts, the book considers migration governance over time, and asks the bigger questions of what the international community can do on the one hand to affirm and strengthen safe, orderly and regular migration to help drive economic growth and prosperity, whilst on the other hand responding to the problems caused by Author: Elizabeth G.
Ferris, Katharine M. Donato. This Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) profile presents a summary of well-developed areas of migration governance in Iraq as well as areas with potential for further development, as assessed through the MGI.
The MGI is a standard set of approximately 90 indicators to assist countries in assessing their migration policies and advance the conversation on what well-governed.
Global Migration Governance Edited by Alexander Betts. Contributors are the world's leading experts on migration; Fills a significant gap in the existing literature--this is one of very few books on the international politics of migration. The global governance of migration and refugees is key to understand and perhaps remedy these challenges.
But this is a complex and fast-changing field, which is why both researchers and policymakers will benefit enormously from reading this well-written, up-to-date and comprehensive book about how the international community addresses.
Buy Global Migration Governance Reprint by Betts, Alexander (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Alexander Betts. The book provides significant insights into three aspects of global migration governance: the institutions, the politics, and the possible evolution.
First, regarding the institutional framework, the contributors underscore the contrast between limited cooperation on migration and the development of multilateral governance regimes in areas such.
The global governance of migration and refugees is key to understand and perhaps remedy these challenges. But this is a complex and fast-changing field, which is why both researchers and policymakers will benefit enormously from reading this well-written, up-to-date and comprehensive book about how the international community addresses.
Global Migration Governance book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Unlike many other trans-boundary policy areas, international m /5(9).
The governance of migration at the global level has undergone incremental and substantial changes in recent years. Most notable are the adoption of the New York Declaration on Refugees and Migrants at the UN General Assembly and ongoing efforts to advance two global compacts.
This chapter examines how such developments can contribute to more effective global governance of. Unlike many other trans-boundary policy areas, international migration lacks coherent global governance.
There is no UN migration organization and states have signed relatively few multilateral treaties on migration. Instead sovereign states generally decide their own immigration policies.
However, given the growing politicisation of migration and the recognition that states cannot always. Global governance of migration has always been a patchwork of different normative frameworks and agreements.
The miscellany of organizational actors and processes – both formal and informal – focus on and organize migration-related activities, and many aim to protect the rights of : Elizabeth G. Ferris, Katharine M. Donato. As the global conversation about migration governance continues over the coming years, this work will remain the standard reference."—Randall Hansen, Research Chair in Political Science, University of Toronto "An invaluable contribution to migration research and studies of global governance Brand: Oxford University Press.
Global migration governance has evolved dramatically over the last quarter-century through increased international forums, bilateral and regional initiatives, and global responses. This article describes why international cooperation on migration has been so difficult by examining the factors that encourage and discourage cooperation.
Global Migration Governance Alexandra Délano of the Global Studies Department at the New School (NY), reviews Global Migration Governance. The book examines the lack of a formal comprehensive multilateral regime governing the movement of people, and details the different institutions regulating different areas of migration.International Migration, Human Rights, Development & Governance: Current State of Affairs: A Global Overview, TARAN, Migration: Economic & Social Impact, TARAN, Restructuring EU-MENA Relations in the Wake of Arab Revolts: A Critical Perspective from the South, FAKHOURY, Looking beyond the compacts, the book considers migration governance over time, and asks the bigger questions of what the international community can do on the one hand to affirm and strengthen safe, orderly and regular migration to help drive economic growth and prosperity, whilst on the other hand responding to the problems caused by.