Migration - Adapting to Climate Change
Migration offers a variety of articles presenting IOM’s current activities in the field of migration and other related topics which are implemented in various regions of the globe.
Published twice a year, Migration is an update on the Organization’s activities and international migration policy issues. Migration is available in English, French and Spanish.
Table of Contents: The Moment of Truth-Adapting to Climate Change* Azerbaijan’s Sustainable Water Solution - One Kahriz at a Time* Haiti Restores Old Waterways for Farm Use* Water, Water, Not a Drop to Spare Rural-Urban Migration Highlights Tanzania’s Environmental Challenges* Climate Change and Displacement in Bangladesh - A Silent Crisis?* Moldovans Feel the Pinch of the Economic Crisis* Honduran Migrants and their Families Weather the Global Economic Crisis* The Remittance Boomerang: Are Mexican migrants in the United States receiving money from their relatives to tide them over until bountiful times return?* Wage Theft and Homelessness: The Plight of Day Labourers in the U. S. Capital* Regular or Irregular - Little Difference for North Carolina’s Migrant Agricultural Workers* Raised Hopes to End Human Smuggling in East Africa* Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal Opt for New Lives Abroad* A Cultural Orientation Trainer Who Beat the Odds* The Somali Integration Conundrum* Sri Lanka’s 26-Year Conflict Ends, Triggers Massive Displacement to Camps* Displaced Timorese Families Return Home* Former Resistance Fighter Turns Sucessful Entrepreneur*
Number of Pages: 40
Reference Number: 1813-2839-ATM09-E