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Participation in the preparation of reports that are published periodically.

Receiving 2 annual issues of "Migration" Magazine published by the University Institute of Migration Studies (Universidad Pontificia Comillas).

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IUEM

¿Por qué estudiar con nosotros?

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Acto de toma de posesión del nuevo Director del IUEM- Dr. Alberto Ares Mateos

Tormentas y tempestades 1000x400

Observatorio de Catástrofes de la Fundación Aon España: Tormentas.

En las fronteras

Programa Regional SJR "En las fronteras de Colombia"

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Presentación del Libro "Los movimientos migratorios en Iberoamérica" Colección OBIMID 2.

En las fronteras

Canal de videos

 

En las fronteras

Regional Program SJR "On the borders of Colombia" 
 fronteras

Presentation of the book "The migratory movements in Iberoamerica" Colectión OBIMID 2.

 Presentación libro

Presentation of the book "The venezuelan exodus: between exile and emigration"

 video la rueca migratoria

 

What do migrants think of their own integration process? The migratory spinning wheel. Weaving stories and integration experiences.

 UNICEF

The University Institute of Migration of the Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICAI-ICADE and UNICEF have prepared a report to analyze the situation of children who are victims of trafficking in Spain.

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 2nd International Forum on Cultural Diversity in Europe
OBIMID
Presentation of the Book: "Migrations at the borders in Iberoamerica" 
Marthamontero
"Challenges". Dr. Martha Montero.
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 video mujer ibero
“The Role of the IberoAmerican Woman Facing Migration” OBIMID
 video tetimonio

"Testimony on the current migratory role, its opportunities and challenges"
Dr. Joaquín Eguren

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Presentation of the book "La diáspora Venezolana". Dr. Tomás Páez

 Migraciones en Iberoamérica

Announcement of the future publication of the Collection OBIMID ' Migration Borders in Latin America ' Dr. Alberto Ares and Dr. Joaquín Eguren

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Seminar: Borders and Human Rights

 

 

 

Andean Migran Women: Contexto, Políticas y Gestión Migratoria. De “Abriendo Mundos. Mujeres migrantes, mujeres con derechos”, financiado por la Unión Europea y Oxfam Gran Bretaña. Las instituciones responsables de su elaboración por país fueron la Asociación Coordinadora de la Mujer y el Colectivo Cabildeo en Bolivia; la Corporación Humanas en Colombia, la Fundación Esperanza en Ecuador, el Centro de la Mujer Peruana “Flora Tristán” en Perú e Intermón Oxfam en España, teniendo en Cotidiano Mujer de Uruguay su plataforma virtual, 2016

 

Women´s autonomy and equality in the sustainable development agenda. Los esfuerzos por integrar a las mujeres en el desarrollo, que en un comienzo constituían el objetivo central, se traducen hoy en nuevos retos, entre los cuales el desarrollo sostenible con igualdad de género ocupa un lugar privilegiado. Este documento es una invitación y un instrumento para pensar en el futuro, consolidar los avances logrados, dejar de postergar compromisos y obligaciones en torno a los derechos de las mujeres y planificar el camino que asegure a la región alcanzar plenamente el desarrollo sostenible con igualdad de género. 2016.

 

Migrants views: Women through México Vanessa Denisse Foronda Texier, Coord. del proyecto. Colectivo COAMI, 2015

 

Girls and adolescents in Latin America and the Caribbean: equality debts El presente estudio entrega un panorama sobre las desigualdades que experimentan las niñas y las adolescentes de la región y pretende aportar a la discusión sobre políticas que busquen eliminar todas las formas de discriminación que les afecten. Para ello, se adopta una perspectiva enfocada en las vulnerabilidades específicas que niñas y adolescentes enfrentan, reconociendo la diversidad de sus identidades e identificando las barreras que es necesario derribar.  La información que se presenta busca aportar al diseño de políticas públicas pertinentes y eficaces que permitan garantizarles la realización de sus derechos con miras a cimentar en la región un desarrollo con igualdad, más aún en el contexto de la recientemente aprobada Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible. ONU, 2015.

 

Study on the employment situation of immigrant women in Spain. Análisis y proposiciones para la igualdad de trato y lucha contra la discriminación. Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM) Representación España. Ministerio de Empleo y Seguridad Social. Instituto Universitario de Estudios sobre las Migraciones (IUEM). 2015

 

Social protection instruments. Caminos latinoamericanos hacia la universalización. Simone Cecchini Fernando Filgueira Rodrigo Martínez Cecilia Rossel Editores Libros de la CEPAL, N 136 (LC/G.2644-P), Santiago de Chile, Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL), 2015.

 

Studies on the perspective of gender in the social security systems in Ibero-AmericaWomen make up half of the Ibero-American population, some 315 million people, and despite having made progress in formal equality between men and women, it is clear that there is still a lot left to do in order to implement gender equality.

 

Gender. "Diálogos con la Realidad: Mujeres transmigrantes" " [Dialogues with Reality: Transmigrant Women] it is a documentary series of 12 programs produced by Ibero TV. In its first season, it addresses the issue of transmigrant women, demonstrating the difficulties encountered by Central American women on their journey through Southeast Mexico. It is based on research carried out in 2009 by the Ignacio Ellacuría, S.J. Institute of Human Rights at the Ibero-American University of Puebla, entitled Mujeres Transmigrantes [Transmigrant Women].

 

Dreams and realities of migrant women who return to Spain. LOBO MOLTÓ, Irene. Instituto Sindical de Cooperación al Desarrollo:La Paz. 2010

 

Intrafamilial, sexual and community violence in the context of forced displacement. La publicación presenta un estudio hecho con el objetivo de hacer seguimiento al Auto 092 de 2008 emitido por la Corte Constitucional, mediante el cual se dictan medidas de protección especial a las mujeres desplazadas a causa del conflicto armado, quienes ha sufrido un impacto diferencial y desproporcionado debido a dicha situación. El propósito de este estudio fue determinar la prevalencia y los factores relacionados con el fenómeno de la violencia intrafamiliar, sexual y comunitaria en comunidades en situación de desplazamiento en diferentes grupos poblacionales según el ciclo de vida. 2013 

 Funding in sight: contributions and burdens for women. Annual Report 2012. Gender Equality Observatory of Latin America and the Caribbean. CEPAL:Chile 2012

 

Impact of the Crisis on Latin American Migrant Women in Spain. Main discoveries of the fieldwork carried out by the Network of Latin American and Caribbean Women in Spain regarding the situation of migrant women facing the economic crisis. Network of Latin American and Caribbean Women in Spain. 2014. A qualitative analysis of the impact of the crisis on migrant women enables the observation of issues that are excluded from statistics. These are the main discoveries of the fieldwork carried out by the Network of Latin American and Caribbean Women in Spain regarding the situation of migrant women facing the economic crisis.

 

Investigative study for the description and analysis of the migration situation and trafficking of persons in the Colombia- Ecuador border area  El presente estudio recolecta información obtenida de personas en estado de vulnerabilidad y víctimas del delito del tráfico ilícito de migrantes y trata de personas, así como ONG e instituciones estatales y privadas.



Gender and remittances: Colombian migration from AMCO to Spain La presente investigación es resultado del interés de diferentes organizaciones e instituciones en profundizar en el conocimiento sobre las dinámicas migratorias, los flujos de remesas y sus impactos en el desarrollo desde una perspectiva de género. 2007.

CURRENT LEGISLATION

 

 

Guatemala [Go Top]

Decree Number 46-2007 - Law on the National Support Council for Migrants

Migration Law. Decree 95-98

Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Protection, Assistance and Support Policy for Guatemalan Migrants Abroad

 

Spain [Go Top]

12/2009 of october. This Law aims to define the terms in which nationals from non-EU countries and stateless persons in Spain can benefit from the international protection established by the right to asylum and subsidiary protection, as well as the content of this international protection.

Ministry of the Interior. In reference to Article 10 of the European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) presented to the Spanish Government on 3 December 2014 in reference to the visit to Spain from 14 to 18 July 2014.

Ministry of the Interior. Detailed report from the European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. This report was drawn up following the meetings held between 3 and 7 November 2014 within the framework of the 85th CPT meeting (European Committee for Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment)

Royal Decree 557/2011, dated 20 April, by which the Regulations for Organic Law 4/2000 were approved, on rights and freedoms of foreigners in Spain and their social integration, following the reform of Organic Law 2/2009

Royal Decree 203/1995, dated 10 February, which approved the implementing regulations of Law 5/1984, dated 26 March, which regulates the right for asylum and refugee status, amended by Law 9/1994, dated 19 May.

BOE [Official Spanish State Gazette] num. 252, dated 21 October 1978 Instrument of Accession, dated 22 July 1978, of Spain to the Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, agreed in Geneva on 28 July 1951, and to the Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees, entered into force in New York on 31 January 1967 .

BOE [Official Spanish State Gazette] num. 174, dated 22 July 1982 Instrument of ratification, dated 2 June 1982, of the European Agreement on the Abolition of Visas for Refugees, formalized in Strasbourg on 20 April 1959.

 

Portugal [Go Top]

Inmigración, Legislación Nacional Portugal. Mayo 2014.

Lei nº 27/2008, de 30 de junho. Estabelece as condições e procedimentos de concessão de asilo ou proteção subsidiária e os estatutos de requerente de asilo, de refugiado e de proteção subsidiária, transpondo para a ordem jurídica interna as Diretivas Comunitárias nº 2004/83/CE, de 29 de Abril e nº 2005/85/CE, de 1 de Dezembro. (Establece las condiciones y procedimientos de concesiones de protección o asilo y los estatutos del solicitud de asilo, de refugiado y de protección subsidiaria, transposición para el pedido jurídico interno de las Directivas Comunitarias. nº 2004/83/CE, de 29 de Abril en nº 2005/85/CE de 1 de Diciembre)

Lei nº 26/2014, de 5 de maio. Procede à primeira alteração à Lei nº 27/2008, de 30 de junho, que estabelece as condições e procedimentos de concessão de asilo ou proteção subsidiária e os estatutos de requerente de asilo, de refugiado e de proteção subsidiária, transpondo as Diretivas Comunitárias nº 2011/95/UE, de 13 de dezembro e nº 2013/32/UE, de 26 de junho e 2013/33/UE, de 26 de junho. (La primera enmienda a la Ley nº 27/2008, de 30 de junio, que establece las condiciones y procedimientos para la concesión de asilo o la protección subsidiaria y el estado de solicitante de asilo, de los refugiados y la protección subsidiaria, la transposición de las Directivas de la Comunidad nº2011/95/UE, de 13 de diciembre y nº 2013/32/UE de 26 de junio)

Portaria nº 396/2008, de 6 de junho. Aprova o modelo de título de viagem para os cidadãos estrangeiros residentes no país na qualidade de refugiados. (Aprueba el documento de viaje para los ciudadanos extranjeros residentes en el país en calidad de refugiados)

Portaria nº 78/2008, de 25 de janeiro. Aprova o regulamento do financiamento pelo Fundo Europeu para os refugiados. (Aprueba el reglamento de la financiación por el Fondo Europeo para los Refugiados)

Resolução do Conselho de Ministros nº 155-A/2006, de 17 de novembro. Cria a estrutura para gerir o Programa Quadro Solidariedade e Gestão dos Fluxos Migratórios. (Crea un marco para la gestión del Programa de Solidaridad Marco y Gestión de los flujos migratorios)

Decreto Lei 222/2006, de 10 de novembro Define a estrutura orgânica da execução do Fundo Europeu para os Refugiados, para o período de 2005 a 2010. (Define la estructura organizativa de la aplicación del Fondo Europeo para los Refugiados para el período 2005-2010)

Portaria nº 1042/2008, de 15 de setembro – Define os termos e garantias de acesso dos requerentes de asilo e respetivos membros da família ao Serviço Nacional de Saúde. (Define los términos y garantías de acceso a los solicitantes de asilo y sus respectivos familiares en el Servicio Nacional de Salud)

Lei nº 20/2006, de 23 de junho – Aprova disposições complementares do quadro jurídico legal sobre asilo e refugiados. (Aprueba las disposiciones complementarias del marco jurídico en materia de asilo y refugiados)

Portaria nº 480/2003, de 16 de junho – Aprova o modelo uniforme de título de residência relativo aos estrangeiros autorizados a residir em território português, aos estrangeiros com o estatuto de refugiado, e aos estrangeiros com autorização de residência por razões humanitárias. (Adoptar el modelo uniforme de permiso de residencia de extranjería autorizados a residir en territorio portugués para extranjeros con la condición de refugiado, y los extranjeros con un permiso de residencia por razones humanitarias)

Portaria 30/2001, de 17 de janeiro – Define as modalidades de assistência médica e de acesso aos medicamentos nas diversas fases do percurso da concessão do direito de asilo. (Define las modalidades de atención de salud y el acceso a los medicamentos en las distintas etapas del curso de la concesión de asilo)

Lei nº 34/94, de 14 de setembro – Define o regime de acolhimento de estrangeiros ou apátridas em Centros de Instalação Temporária. (Define el programa de acogida de extranjeros o apátridas en Centros de Estancia Temporal)

 

Dominican Republic [Go Top]

No. 285-04 General Law on Migration

No. 631-11 Regulatory Decree of General Law on Migration

No. 327-13 Regulatory Decree of National Regularization Plan for Foreigners with Irregular Migration Status

Law No. 169-14 First National Survey of Immigrants ENI 2012 (summarized version) Special Regime for People Born in the Dominican Republic and Irregularly Registered in the Civil Registry and on Naturalization

ENI 2012 (Full version) First National Survey of Immigrants

 

Columbia [Go Top]

Special Fund for Migration of the National System of Migration

National Inter-Sectoral Migration Commission. DECREE 1239 from 2003

DECREE NUMBER 2064 Which regulates the necessary requirements to certify and accredit the return of Columbians residing abroad in accordance with article 2 of Law 1565 of 2012 and Decree 1000 of 2013.

DECREE 2192. Which establishes special conditions for the importation of goods under Law 1565 of 2012

 

Chile [Go Top]

Decreto de Ley n° 1.094 En la actualidad, la materia migratoria está regulada por el que establece disposiciones sobre extranjeros en Chile. Data del año 1975.

4 de Junio de 2013. Primer trámite constitucional en la Cámara de Diputados. Pasa a la Comisión de Gobierno Interior y Regionalización y a la Comisión de Hacienda.

11 de Junio de 2013. Se acuerda que el proyecto sea remitido a la Comisión de Zonas Extremas, una vez que la Comisión de Gobierno Interior y Regionalización lo despache.

10 de Julio de 2013. La Comisión de Gobierno Interior y Regionalización recibe el informe sobre el Proyecto Decreto de Ley realizado por la Corte Suprema de Justicia, conforme a los dispuesto en los artículos 77 de la Constitución Política de la República y 16 de la Ley n° 18.918 Orgánica Constitucional del Congreso Nacional .

17 de Julio 2013. Se le da urgencia simple al despacho desde el ejecutivo.

27 de Agosto 2013. Se rechaza solicitud de remitir el proyecto a la Comisión de Relaciones.

 

Peru [Go Top]

Nueva Ley de Migraciones, Decreto Legislativo N° 1236, publicado el 26 de setiembre de 2015

Mercosur - Acuerdo sobre Residencia para Nacionales de los Estados Parte del Mercosur, Bolivia y Chile (2002)

Ley de Refugio en Perú y su reglamento

Política nacional migratoria. Decreto Supremo que aprueba la Política Nacional Migratoria 2017 - 2025  (2017)

Ecuador [Go Top]

La Agenda sobre movilidad humana en Ecuador es el documento donde se condensan las principales disposiciones legales y, además, se relaciona el tema migratorio con la Constitución de 2008, la planificación nacional y el Plan del Buen Vivir del actual gobierno ecuatoriano.

 

Mexico [Go Top]

Alien Registration Act 1940

DOF 30-10-2014 Asylum Policy and Refugee Law

DOF 19-05-2014 General Law of Population 1974

DOF 03-06-2014 General Law on Abduction

DOF 19-03-2014 General Law on Human Trafficking

DOF 30-10-2014 Migration Law

DOF 23-05-2014 Regulation of Migration Law

DOF 28-09-2012 General Law of Population

DOF 25-06-2012 Law for the Protection of Human Rights Advocates

 

Brazil

Immigration law Brazil

 

International [Go Top]

European Commission Correspondence from the Commission to the European Parliament, to the Council, to the European Economic and Social Committee and to the Committee of the Regions. A European Agenda on Migration. Brussels, 2015

Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations

International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families

Modification Agreement of the Annex to the Agreement on Travel Documents on the State Parties of MERCOSUR and Associated States

CONTACT

UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF STUDIES ON MIGRATION

Cecilia Estrada Villaseñor- Coordination

Alberto Aguilera, 23 - 28015 Madrid

Tel.: +34 91 592 28 00. Ext 4241

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SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

  • Human rights of migrant children. Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM), Instituto de Políticas Públicas en Derechos Humanos del Mercosur. 2017

 

OBSERVATORY PUBLICATIONS

RevistaMigracionesMIGRACIONES [MIGRATIONS] is a multidisciplinary journal specializing in international migratory issues, particularly those related to Spain. It was founded in 1996 by the University Institute of Studies on Migration at Comillas Pontifical University with the aim of offering academics in the field of Spanish migration a place to publish their work. Since then, thanks to its readers, the Spring and Autumn editions have continued, enabling the journal to become, both in Spain and abroad, an indispensable benchmark for issues of this nature.

Faithful to its beginnings, when it was known as an open space for intercommunication between those passionate about international migration, MIGRATIONS continues to welcome the collaborative pieces that are sent in.

Access

 
 

Portada - Políticas Públicas sobre migraciones

LAS POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS SOBRE MIGRACIONES Y LA SOCIEDAD CIVIL EN AMÉRICA LATINA [PUBLIC POLICIES ON MIGRATION AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN LATIN AMERICA]. The Cases of Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Peru. Coord.: Leonir Mario Chiarello. Scalabrini International Migration Network: New York. 2013. 

The Scalabrini International Migration Network (SIMN) is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 to safeguard the dignity and rights of migrants, refugees, seafarers, itinerants and all internationally displaced persons. This publication comprises four studies concerning the definition and implementation of public policies and the role of civil society in four Latin American countries: Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Peru.

You can access the text here

 
 

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MIGRACIÓN Y TRABAJO: estudio y propuestas para la inclusión sociolaboral de inmigrantes en Arica.[MIGRATION AND EMPLOYMENT: study and proposals for the socio-labor integration of immigrants in Arica] Editors: Nicolás Rojas Pedemonte y José Tomás Vicuña. Proyecto Porticus: Santiago, 2014.

This book describes the connection between migrants and labor abroad. A condition which, in other words, according to the human condition of Hanna Arendt, is only possible in active life, and is therefore comparable to an indissociable whole comprising labor, politics and the transcendent culture

However, unlike the notion put forward by Arendt when she states that politics always prevail over the physical labor of the artisan and the worker; the authors of this book allow us to imply that, it is thanks to labor that citizen and political practice are becoming possible. Through labor, the foreigner not only obtains resources for their livelihood, but also gains respect for becoming a democratic member of society. It is through labor that the status of the foreigner is civilized and is made part of the political endeavor.

You can access the text here

 
 

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MIGRACIÓN INTERNACIONAL EN EL SIGLO XXI: Cuatro debates sobre un fenómeno en constante cambio [INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Four reflections on a constantly evolving phenomenon]. Javier Urbano, Universidad Iberoamericana, México, D.F., 2015

Research on international migration is a constant work in progress, both in terms of the diagnosis as well as in the interpretation. Every time that specialists attempt to address transnational mobility, new analysis variables and weighting factors emerge, making this a phenomenon which is particularly evasive of generalizations and universal explanations. However, the reality itself fosters the establishment of a minimum interpretation space: violence against migrant populations, institutionalized exclusion policies that the State implements against immigrants and the presence of organized crime that has created, from human mobility –particularly the undocumented variety–, a market for trafficking which urges us to produce basic converging criteria between analysts, civil society organizations and the state system. The aim must entail the creation of a policy that refines the principle of national priority (first nationals and then foreigners) and that in some way resists migratory control strategies, in order to more effectively deal with the vulnerable status of migrants.

This work aims to contribute to discussions on how to assess the migrant concept. It seeks to establish a stance against contentious issues regarding remittances and their –possibly misconstrued– link with development processes; and it also aims to reassess the role that must and should be safeguarded by international regulations on the protection and promotion of the human rights of these persons.

 
 

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LA VOZ DE LA DIASPORA VENEZOLANA: La nueva geografía global. Tomás Paez (coordinador), CATARATA, 2015

Venezuela lives today a social phenomenon unprecedented. A country of immigrants has become one of emigrants and exiles. The 1960 census revealed that 15 % of the population consisted of immigrants who came mainly from European countries. That percentage increases in the decade of the 70s and 80s, thanks to the contribution of immigration from Latin American countries. Venezuela was a democratic haven for those fleeing the Colombian and Peruvian armed gangs , political and economic instability in Ecuador and Central American and Caribbean countries and dictatorships across the Southern Cone.

 

 

 

 

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EL SUEÑO DE LOS PERDEDORES. CUATRO DÉCADAS DE MIGRACIONES DE ARGENTINOS A ESPAÑA (1970-2010) Fernando Osvaldo Esteban, TESEO, 2015. 

Argentina is a country of immigrants, but the emigration of Argentines has gained significant importance. This book presents a sociological study on emigration of Argentineans to Spain between 1970 and 2010. Thus, covers a complete cycle that began with the exile and closed four decades after the return of emigrants. The study focuses especially on the demographic             composition of migration flows and migrant population in their motives for moving and their economic integration into destination. The results indicate that there is a group of Argentines in Spain "old" and with heterogeneous demographic characteristics, that emigration was motivated by losses of different nature and intensity, but also unfulfilled dreams or damaged; and insertion into the labor market was mixed, resulted in misery but also brought opportunities to translate ancient longings and new expectations.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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REFUGIADOS AMBIENTALES. Cambio climático y migración forzada Teófilo Altamirano Rúa, FONDO EDITORIAL Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2015

The biggest impact that climate change is occurring on the population. One consequence will be involuntary and compulsive  mobility, which influences and influence land use planning, resource and new policy responses national and local governments.   The populations that are most affected are the poorest in the country and major cities. Currently, it is estimated the number of climate migrants in fifty million. In addition, 135 million are threatened by desertification and chronic water shortages. The fifty million climate migrants mentioned have already exceeded the number of internally displaced persons and refugees by military  reasons. For ethnic and religious conflicts and those displaced by natural disasters and political conflicts, which together, and  according to the same authors.

 

You can access the text here

 

 

 

 

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I MIGRANT  Aracely J. Martínez Rodas, D´BUK editors, 2016. 

At 31 stories written in the colloquial language of the migrant and made ​​from personal interviews, anthropologist Aracely Martinez meets adventure of feelings and passions with the reasons Guatemalan men and women has led them to migrate to other lands: The quest for a better life than their homeland have been denied.

Aracely begins by noting that the major motivational differences of migration, always meet in a search for something; so that in each story, step by step follow the facts, details, ideas, thoughts and emotions that were taking place in each migrant along the migration path and the place of destination, gathering the stories and the cold breath of fate with the dawn of a whole new world.

Suggestive, rigorous, allusive and sobering, it becomes narrative. This book is a foray into the field of consciousness of the migrant, must for those interested in the mystery of feelings, emotions and reasons to move to look for life on other countries reader. The author dissects each life story, narrated by the character himself at a time when it has unleashed what she calls "The immigration crisis that has emergency in Central America "

Throughout the book I Migrant, with astonishing acuity, but incisive and entertaining, the reader can penetrate the complex dimension of the migrant and his behavior and a clear picture of what is migration and the difficulties of adapting to a new life, difficulties sometimes humorous but others of suffering and pain; all it shows us a world of which we have only vague ideas.

 



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MIGRATORY SPINNING WHEEL: Weaving Stories and Experiences of Integration Alberto Ares Mateos, Universidad Pontifica Comillas, 2017

What do migrants think of their own integration process? The Migratory Spinning Wheel. Weaving Stories and Experiences of Integration, accompanies the life, histories, and lifestyles of diverse communities - Ecuadorians in Madrid, Salvadorans in Boston and Moroccans in Valladolid - presenting a proposal, the mixed integration model that reconcepts three types of behaviors, or even icons of people in the process of incorporation: assimilationist, multicultural and project.

The spinning wheel has a symbology that goes back to the history of humanity, like the same migratory processes. A history of humanity that we can not trivialize, simplify or minimize. The metaphor around "weaving stories" and "integration experiences" encourages us to put our capacities to plunge into human complexity, allowing people to connect with their own reality, their own diversity and their own roots.

From this perspective, the proposed model suggests that there would be as many processes of integration as people who emigrate. No process of personal integration is equal to the other. It is possible to give certain similarities between individuals in the process of incorporation, it is possible to arrive at the intuition or forecast, based on their environment and their circumstances, a certain diagnosis of integration, but it will never be possible to determine with certainty what the final result of the process. As a recommendation, five proposals are put forward: the need to address and manage diversity, promote inclusive citizenship and access to basic rights, the importance of education and leadership training that will boost the construction of social cohesion, caring for cultural elements within celebratory family and community traditions, religious devotions as potent elements of identity and sense construction; and the importance of the empowerment and promotion of women as a powerful catalyst and social transformation agent.

 

 

CAMBRIDGE





Since the turn of the century, South American governments and regional organisations have adopted the world’s most open discourse on migration and citizenship. At a time when restrictive choices were becoming increasingly predominant around the world, South American policymakers presented their discourse as being both an innovative and exceptional ‘new paradigm’ and part of a morally superior, avant-garde path in
policymaking. This book provides a critical examination of the South American legal framework through a historical and comparative analysis.

 

Diego Acosta uses this analysis to assess whether the laws are truly innovative and exceptional, as well as evaluating their feasibility, strengths and weaknesses. By analysing the legal construction of the national and the foreigner in ten South American countries during the last two centuries, he demonstrates how different citizenship and migration laws have functioned, as well as showing why states have opted for certain regulation choices, and the consequence of these choices for state- and nation-building in the continent. An invaluable insight for anyone interested in global migration and citizenship discussions.

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About us

We are a network that gathers various organizations linked to research, teaching and advocacy in public policies and human rights, on human mobility, migration and development with a focus on the Ibero-American context.

We aim to be a benchmark in these issues by means of creating and distributing information that can be consulted by many public, private and academic institutions when seeking to gain to a better understanding of the current migratory phenomenon.

What we do

  1. Collect information, research, statistical data, legislations and public policies on the thematic issues of the Observatory.
  2. Jointly conduct research projects in the Ibero-American region with different member institutions of the Observatory, which are also open to other entities.
  3. Disseminate information via a website and other technological means which also enable the exchange among different players and serves as a consulting mechanism for organizations, entities, etc.
  4. Promote teaching by means of different agreement types and alternative pedagogical methods: diplomas, Master's Degrees, courses, seminars, etc.
  5. Influence through the dissemination of knowledge: in-depth research, teaching, links with civil society spaces and networks, public policy proposals, human rights and the strengthening of advocates thereof.
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Coordination:  Cecilia Estrada Villaseñor

University Institute of Studies on Migration (IUEM), Comillas Pontifical University, Spain.

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Editor: Joaquín Eguren

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Manager of Iberian Region: Gorka Moreno Márquez

IKUSPEGI - Basque Immigration Observatory

Basque Country University - Euskal Herriko Unibersitatea

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KOECHLIN

Manager of Andina Region: José Koechlin

Institute of Ethics and Development, Antonio Ruiz de Montoya University, Peru.

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Manager of Central America Region: Sindy Hernández

Researcher at the Human Movility sub-program,  transforming border bodies. Institute of research and Social Projection on Global Regional Dinamics. Rafael Landívar University, Guatemala.

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Manager of México: Javier Urbano Reyes

Coordinator of the Master's Degree in Migration Studies of the Department of International Studies (DEI) of the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City.

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Manager of Columbia: Andrés Cubillos

Research Professor at Xavierian University and Academic Coordinator of the Master's Degree in Public Health.

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Manager of Southern Cone region: Nicolás Rojas

Center for Reflection and Social Action, Alberto Hurtado University, Chile.

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Manager of Caribbean region: Raimy Reyes

Dominican Republic National Institute of Migration. Head of Department of Migration Research and Studies

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Collaborating Student: Gabriela Albuja

Student of the Master of International Cooperation for Development of the Universidad Pontificia Comillas. Political analyst, specialized in project management.

 Instituto de Geografia e Ordenamento do Território (IGOT)

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TALENT MOBILITY

Towards visibility, the Latin American community in London. Queen Mary University of London, Trust for London y Latin American Women´s Rights Service. 2017

Report on economic prospects in Latin America 2017. Juventud, Competencias y Emprendimiento.CEPAL, Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina, OCDE.  2016

Transnational mobility for young Spanish and Latin AmericanUna comparación en contexto de crisis. Investigación. Almudena Cortés, Beatriz Moncó, Débora Betrisey. Departamento de Antropología social. Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología. Universidad Complutense. Centro Reina Sofía sobre Adolescencia y Juventud. 2016

Annual report 2015La insersión de los inmigrantes en el mercado de trabajo brasileño. Organizadores: Leonardo Cavalcanti, António Tadeu de Oliveira, Tánia Tonhati, Delia Dutra.

Latin America Talent MobilityMANPOWER. Mexico:2007

Labor Mobility in Ibero-America. I Ibero-American Seminar on Migration and Development. Madrid: 2013

Stimulating economies through fostering talent mobility. World Economic Forum. Switzerland:2010

Networks and Suitcases International Federation of Catholic Universities - IFCU: 2013

Bicentennial of Independence in Latin America: Building the Present and the Future. Foundation for Overcoming Poverty and Comillas Pontifical University: 2011

International Immigrants and Returnees in Uruguay: Magnitude and Characteristics. International Organization for Migration (IOM): 2011

Migration and Development: Diagnostic of migration in the north region of Peru. Tumbes, Piura, Cajamarca and Lambayeque regions. Universidad Ruíz de Montoya: 2011

The Integration of Immigrants in Spain: a proposal for measuring at a regional level. Permanent Immigration Observatory. Ministry of Employment and Social Security: 2015

 

 
 
En el marco del proyecto CISEPA-PUCP : “Migraciones, capital social y desarrollo humano en América Latina. El papel del capital social de los migrantes en el desarrollo humano de las sociedades latinoamericanas” 
El nuevo libro “Redes y maletas : Capital social en familias de migrantes” es el tercero que, con el auspicio de la Federación Internacional de Universidades Católicas – FIUC, gira en torno a la relación de la migración con el desarrollo humano.
Los vínculos entre las personas pueden entenderse como capital, considerando que representan recursos de las personas que, en muchas oportunidades, también abren las puertas para obtener ingresos monetarios.
Tratándose de las migraciones internacionales, la salida de un pariente cercano —especialmente si es la pareja o el padre o la madre— encierra muchas dificultades que, como cualquier reto humano, pueden ser parte de un aprendizaje positivo, pero que también implican muchos riesgos. Las posibilidades abiertas por la migración ,de un ser querido, a la vez que son un camino para la expansión de capacidades y oportunidades —y por ende de desarrollo humano— también representan grandes riesgos y dificultades para el desarrollo de las libertades humanas. Como en toda aventura humana, las consecuencias de la emigración de un ser querido son a la vez buenas y malas, y el balance depende de muchas circunstancias.
Este libro centra la atención en el tema del capital social de la familia de los emigrados, buscando examinar un aspecto específico del desarrollo humano: la capacidad de establecer y ampliar vínculos con otras personas.
El libro estará en venta en la Librería del Fondo Editorial de la PUCP
 
 
 

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MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 "The city: The last frontier for humanitarian action" Una aproximación desde el caso de Altos de la Florida (Soacha, Cundinamarca, Colombia) Pablo Cortés Ferrández. Servicio Jesuita a Refugiados. Jesuitas Colombia. 2017.

 

Employnment situation in latin america and the caribbean. La inmigración laboral en América Latina. CEPAL, OIT. Número 16 - Mayo 2017

 

Foreign immigrant associations in Quito: social capital and leadership. Mauricio Burbano Alarcón. Cuadernos Deusto de Derechos Humanos Núm. 89. Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao. 2017

 

Monograph: "Migration and Diversity: Europe against the Global Challenges of Diversity and Mobility" Fernando López Ramón; Francesco Vacchiano; Raúl Susín Betrán; Lasse Thomassen. Manuel Giménez Abad Foundation. 2017

 

Report: Latin American migrants in Chile: An overview over their social, economic and financial integration. Lafortune Jeanne; Tessada, José. BID. FOMIN. 2016 

 

Report: Welfare Regimes in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. Excluyentes Informales. Roldán, Úrsula y Bonilla, Sindy. Central America-North America dialogue. CANAMIN, 2016

 

Remittances ans financial inclusion: Análisis de una encuesta de migrantes de América Latina y el Caribe en España. Font, González-Ferrer, Amparo; Izaguirre Vizcaya, María. FOMIN. 2016

 

The prosperity Plan for Northern Triangle countries: lmpacts for governance, development and migration. Forum- discussion. Universidad Rafael Landívar, Instituto de Investigación y Proyección sobre Dinámicas Globales y Territoriales, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, FLACSO Guatemala, 2016

 

The new scenarios of International Migration in Central America and North America. Miguel Vilches (coordinador). Red Jesuita con Migrantes. 2016   

 

A migração internacional recente na Amazönia brasileira. Alberto Augusto Eichman Jakob.  REMHU - Rev. Interdiscip. Mobil. Hum., Brasília, Ano XXIII, n. 45, p. 249-271, jul./dez. 2015

 

Inclusive social development: A new generation of policies to overcome poverty and reduce inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean Conferencia Regional sobre Desarrollo Social de América Latina y el Caribe. Lima, CEPAL, 2015

 

Youth : realities and challenges for development with equality Daniela Trucco y Heidi Ullmann editoras. CEPAL, 2015

 


Elements for an updated assessment of the phenomenon of migration in the state of Oaxaca , Mexico
 Serie de Estudios y Perspectivas, Alejandro López Mercado. Sede subregional de la CEPAL en México, 2015

 

Integration of immigrants in Spain: una propuesta de medición a escala regional. Observatorio Permanente de la Inmigración. Ministerio de Empleo y Seguridad Social: 2015

 

A social innovation in health contribution to the advancement of the Millenium Development Goals María Elisa Bernal y Dustin Robertson. CEPAL, 2014

 

Migration and Development  Impactos de la crisis económica en Migración y Desarrollo: respuestas de políticas y programas en Iberoamérica" Secretaría General Iberoamericana (SEGIB). 2010

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TEMAS EMERGENTES

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MIGRATORY FLOWS

 

  • OBIMID TRENDS: OBSERVATIONS ON THE LEGAL SYSTEM - SPANISH IMMIGRATION: Foreigners in Spain and public administrations. Danthe Menes. April 2021. Full text here

  • REPORT ON THE VENEZUELAN HUMAN MOBILITY, REALITIES AND PERSPECTIVES OF THOSE WHO MIGRATE. JRS, Entreculturas, UCAT, Universidad Simón Bolívar, Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, Colombia. Mayo 2018. Full text here
  • THE PROCESS OF INTEGRATION OF THE IMMIGRANT COLLECTIVE IN THE BASQUE COUNTRY. Gorka Moreno Márquez (Coordinador). IKUSPEGI, mayo, 2018. Full text here
  • HISTORICIZING MOVILITY: COYOTERISMO IN THE INDIGENOUS ECUADORIAN MIGRATION INDUSTRY. Victoria Stone Cadena y Soledad Álvarez Velasco. ANALS AAPSS 676, Marzo, 2018 Full text here
  • MIGRATIONS SOUTH SOUTH. Rosana Baeninger, Adriana Fernandes (coord) Universidade Estatal de Campinas. Full text here.
  • LIVING CONDITIONS AND LABOR INSERTION OF IMMIGRANTS IN PORTUGAL: the effects of the crisis 2007-2008. Alina Esteves (coord). Institute of Geography and Land Management (IGOT) Full text here.
  • REFUGEES IN LIMA: CARACTERÍSTICAS SOCIALES, MEDIOS DE VIDAY PERCEPCIÓN SOBRE EL ESTRÉS DE REFUGIADOS Y SOLICITANTES DE ASILO EN LIMA PERÚ. Patricia Cabrerizo e Iciar Villacieros. ACNUR y Universidad Antonio Ruíz de Montoya. Full text here.
  • RISE IN U.S. IMMIGRANTS FROM EL SALVADOR, GUATEMALA AND HONDURAS. OUTPACES GROWTH FROM ELSEWHERE. D´Vera Cohn, Mark Hugo López, Jeffrey S. Passel, Jessica Pumphrey. Pew Research Center, 2017. Full text here.
  • EMIGRATION AND SPECIAL REPRESENTATION: EVIDENCE OF ECUADORIAN RESIDENTS ABROAD. Sebastián Umpierrez De Reguero, Régis Dandoy, Tatiana Palma. Full text here.
  • REPORT: CHARACTERISTICS OF MIGRANTS FROM VENEZUELA TO COLOMBIA. Observatorio Nacional de la Universidad del Rosario.  Full text here.
  • REGIONAL DIAGNOSIS ON HAITIAN MIGRATION. Estudio regional, desarrollado por el Instituto de Políticas Públicas en Derechos Humanos del MERCOSUR (IPPDH) y la Organización Internacional para las Migraciones. OIM (2017) Full text here.
  • INTERNATIONAL MIGRATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA: Miradas críticas a la producción de un campo de conocimientos. FLACSO, Ecuador. Conos, Núm. 58 (2017) Full text here.
  • REPORT: GUATEMALA-MÉXICO BORDER: Mercado laboral y nueva dimensión global. Lineamientos no.3. Por Tonatiuh Gillén López. Full text here.
  • REPORT: CENTRAL AMERICA, MIGRANT LABORATORY Lineamientos no. 1 Políticas públicas migratorias regionales. Por Jorge Durand, UdG, CIDE. 2016. Full text here.
  • REPORT: " IS THE MEDITERRANEAN THE NEW RIO GRANDE? US AND EU IMMIGRATION PRESSURES IN THE LONG RUN" Hanson, Gordon; McIntosh, Craig. Working paper 22622. National Bureau of Economic Research. 2016. Full text here.
  • REPORT: "LOOK AT THE BORDERS FRON THE SOUTH" Mesa de Coordinación Transfronteriza Migraciones y Género (MTMG), Voces Mesoamericanas y la Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Unidad Xochimilco. 2016. Full text here.
  • SPAIN: FROM MASSIVE IMMIGRATION TO VAST EMIGRATION? Mario Izquierdo, Jaun F. Jimeno and Aitor Lacuesta. IZA Journal of Migration, May 2016. Full text here.
  • FORCED MIGRATION REVIEW. Provide a forum for the regular exchange of practical experience. University of Oxford. Full text here.
  • RACISM AND MATRICES "INCLUSION" OF THE HAITIAN POPULATION IN CHILE: Elementos conceptuales y contextuales para la discusión. Nicolás Rojas Pedemonte, Nassila Amode, Jorge Vásquez Rencoret. Polis, Revista Latinoamericana. Volumen 14, Nº 42, 2015, p. 231-259. Full text here.
  • ECONOMIC AND DEMOGRAPHIC IMPACT OF FOREIGN IMMIGRATION IN THE BASQUE COUNTRY En esta panorámica el Observatorio Vasco de Inmigración analiza lo que la población de nacionalidad extranjera recibe de los sistemas de bienestar de la CAPV y lo que aporta a las arcas públicas en forma de tributos y cotizaciones. Basándose en su análisis en 2008, último año de bonanza económica y 2012, en plena crisis económica. IKUSPEGI. 2015. Full text here.

  • PRESENT AND FUTURE IN NEW ENGLAND SALVADORAN COMMUNITY Los efectos de la guerra civil de los años 80´s, un proceso de reconstrucción sociuoeconómico dividido, políticas de reunificación familiar y las condiciones actuales de violencia en Centroamérica han llevado a cientos de miles de salvadoreños a migrar hacia los Estados Unidos. Boston (2015). Full text here.
  • THE POPULATION ORIGINALLY ECUADORIAN IN SPAIN. Characteristics, needs and expectations in times of crisis. Juan Iglesias, Gorka Moreno, Mercedes Fernández, José Antonio, Felipe Vega (2015). Full text here.
  • MIGRACIONES INTERNACIONALES EN CHILE. Caracterización Sociodemográfica, Inclusión Social y Desafíos pendientes. Lorenzo Agar Corbinos, Jefe de Unidad de Migración e Inclusión Social. División de Promoción y Protección Social. Santiago, julio 2015. Full text here.

  • MIGRACIÓN INTERNACIONAL EN LAS AMÉRICAS. Tercer Informe del Sistema Continuo de Reportes sobre Migración Internacional en las Américas (SICREMI), ORGANIZACIÓN DE LOS ESTADOS AMERICANOS (OEA) 2015. Full text here.

  • RIGHTS, IMMIGRATION AND SOCIAL COHESION IN SPAIN. Universitat de València, España. Ángeles Solanes Corella. MIGRACIONES INTERNACIONALES, VOL. 8, NÚM. 2, JULIO-DICIEMBRE DE 2015. Full text here.

  • MEXICAN AND WORK IN THE UNITED STATES: Has ended an era. CONACYT. Full text here.
  • INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN CENTRAL AMERICA, REGIONAL FLOW MAPPING, LEGISLATION, PUBLIC POLICIES, BODIES, ORGANIZATIONS AND RESEARCH. Central American University of Managua (UCA) - Jesuit Migrant Service for Central America (SJM). 2009. Full text here.

  • MIGRATORY DYNAMICS AT THE BORDER BETWEEN PERU AND CHILE. ARICA, TACNA AND IQUIQUE. BERGANZA,Isabel and SERNA, Mauricio (2011) Migration is currently on the global policy agendas. Between 1994 and 2009 nearly two million Peruvians emigrated from the country. The border between Peru and Chile facilitates high mobility that rises each year. This, together with an internal migratory phenomenon from Puno to Tacna make this border a very important case study to establish strategic lines of action. Full text here.

  • MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT. DIAGNOSTIC OF MIGRATION IN THE NORTH REGION OF PERU. TUMBES REGION. BERGANZA, Isabel and PURIZAGA, Judith (2011) The north macro-region of Peru, made up of the regions of Piura, Lambayeque and Cajamarca, is an area with solid migratory mobility, both regionally (coast-mountain-forest) as well as externally, in particular towards Ecuador. The advantages offered by our northern neighbor are represented by the more than thirty thousand Peruvians who have emigrated, both regionally (coast-mountain-forest), as well as externally, in particular towards Ecuador. The advantages offered by our northern neighbor are represented by the more than thirty thousand Peruvians who have emigrated. This book researches and describes this reality from an international macro-level to a regional micro-level. Full text here.

  • HAITI TO BRAZIL MIGRATION. MIGRATORY NETWORKS AND TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL SPACE. Nieto, Carlos. CLACSO: 2014. Current migration from Haiti to Brazil is exposed to reactions from the transit country states and those from the host country, which do not necessarily facilitate the displacements. This paper gives an account of these governmental policies and their impact on migration. Full text here.

  • MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT. "Impact of the economic crisis on Migration and Development: policy and programmatic responses in Ibero-America" Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB).

    The second meeting of the Ibero-American Forum on Migration and Development, FIBEMYD, was convened by the Ibero-American General Secretariat, SEGIB, in compliance with the mandates issued by the Heads of State and by the Ibero-American Government, agreed upon in the XVIII and XIX Summits, and took place in San Salvador, Republic of El Salvador, on 22 and 23 July 2010. Its organization had cooperation from the Government of El Salvador, the International Organization for Migration (IOM), and the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, CEPAL, via their Latin American and Caribbean Demographic Center, CELADE. It also had valuable co-sponsorship from the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation, AECID, the United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, ACNUR, and the Carolina Foundation in Spain.  Full text here.

  • ASSOCIATIONS OF HAITIAN MIGRANTS IN ECUADOR: BETWEEN WEAKNESS AND RESISTANCE. Mauricio Burbano Alarcón. PhD student in Social Sciences, University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain.

    The Haitian associative initiatives in Ecuador must be observed within the context established by the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. It is a population that has been forced to migrate, however it is not considered within the parameters of protection in accordance with the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, therefore they find themselves in a vulnerable situation due to their irregular immigration status. In this context, there are two Haitian associations in Quito which have played an important role particularly in the scope of consultation and communication, establishing themselves as spaces for civic participation. By being weak associative initiatives, their existence is threatened by lacking in institutional support networks. Full text here.

 

 

 

 

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DEVELOPMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE

 

Environmental fiscal reform in Latin America. Estudios del cambio climático en América Latina. José María Fanelli, Juan Pablo Jiménez, Isabel López Azcúnaga. (CEPAL, Unión Europea) (2015)

Inclusive social development:  ua new generation new generation of policies to overcome poverty and reduce inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean (CEPAL) (2015)

 

Supporting South-South Cooperation from the North in the Context of Aid Effectiveness: A Comparative Evaluation of the United States and Spain’s Respective Experiences in Triangular Cooperation with Chile as a Strategic Partner. Ryan Flanders (2015)

Environmental refugees. Climate change and forced migration. Teófilo Altamirano Rua , FONDO EDITORIAL Pontifical Catholic University of Peru ( 2014)

 

Process of adaptation to climate change: Latin America: Análisis of Latin America Luis Miguel Galindo Jose Luis Samaniego José Eduardo Alatorre Jimy Ferrer Carbonell. Printed Naciones Unidas, Santiago de Chile  (CEPAL) (2014)

 

Respuestas Urbanas al Cambio Climático en América Latina Roberto Sánchez Rodríguez Editor. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) (2013)

 

Public sector support for the development of inclusive agribusiness. Analysis of the institutional model of Chile. Patricio Nayan Editado por Eva Gálvez-Nogales, Pilar Santacoloma y Hernando Riveros. Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura. Instituto Interamericano de Cooperación para la agricultura. Roma (2013)

 

International Migration and Local Development. Recent experiences in Central America and Mexico. Rafael Landívar University, Center for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean (CELAC), Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Latin American Center for Rural Development (RIMISP): (2012)

 

Towards the future we want. Eradicating hunger and transition to a sustainable agricultural and food systems. Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la agricultura. Rome, 2012

 

Environmental displaced. A new reality. Oriol Solà Pardell. Deusto Digital. Instituto de Derechos Humanos Pedro Arrupe. Universidad de Deusto. Bilbao, (2012)

 

Migratory Dynamics at the Border between Peru and Chile.. Arica, Tacna e Iquique. Universidad Ruíz de Montoya: (2011)

 

Migration and climate change The mexican case. Economic analysis, Adololfo Albo y Juan Luis Ordaz Díaz. BBVA Research. México, (2011)

 

I Ibero-American Forum on Migration and Development. United by Migration. The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (CEPAL), in conjunction with the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM): (2008)

 

Migration and climate change. Serie de Estudios de la OIM sobre la migración. Elaborado para la Ortganización Internacional para las migraciones (OIM) por Brown, Oli. Ginebra, (2008).

 

Inequality and human development in Ecuador. Mauricio León Guzmán. Publicado en la Revista GESTION, No. 102,  (2002)

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

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