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Challenge E: International Migrations in a Context of Global Change

AuthorsVelasco Arroyo, Juan Carlos CSIC ORCID ; González Ferrer, Amparo CSIC ORCID
KeywordsInternational Migrations
Migrations Politics
Issue Date2021
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationJuan Carlos Velasco y Amparo González Ferrer (coords.), “International Migrations in a Context of Global Change”, en E. Moya Estrada y T. García Azcárate (coords.), New foundations for a sustainable global society, Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2021, pp. 208-226.
SeriesCSIC Scientific Challenges: Towards 2030, Vol. 1
AbstractInternational migration is a highly complex and global phenomenon, an ideologically charged and polarizing topic of enormous symbolic and political relevance, a phenomenon that requires an interdisciplinary approach from both a descriptive as well as normative perspective. Migratory flows have increased and are incrementally caused by armed conflicts or climate change, as well as by acute global inequalities. Given that the causes and implications of migration exceeds state limits a comprehensive study needs to abandon “methodological nationalism”. The economic and social integration of the migrant population is a complex challenge, but the opportunities it opens up are also manifold: migration drives economic growth, connects different cultures, and contributes to international development.
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