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