Challenges in Governance and Integration
Edited By Shane Joshua Barter and William Ascher
Internal Migration: Challenges in Governance and Integration focuses on the challenges associated with internal migration across the developing world. While international migration captures significant attention, less attention has been paid to those migrating within recognized national borders. The sources of internal migration are not fundamentally different from international migration, as migrants may be pushed by violence, disasters, state policies, or various opportunities. Although they do not cross international borders, they may still cross significant internal borders, with cultural differences and perceived state favoritism generating a potential for "sons of the soil" conflicts. As citizens, internal migrants are in theory to be provided legal protection by host states, however this is not always the case, and sometimes their own states represent the cause of their displacement. The chapters in this book explain how international organizations, host states, and host communities may navigate the many challenges associated with internal migration.
Tables and Figures
Table 4.1: Recent Estimated Internal Displacement in the Caucasus
Table 4.2: Governance and Integration of Displaced Populations
Table 7.1: Migrant Population in Lampung, 2010 (%)
Table 7.2: Migrant Population by Province in Indonesia, 2010
Table 8.1: Foreign and Government Assistance for IDPs in Aceh
Table 8.2: Spectrum of Support for Various IDPs in Aceh
Figure 9.1: Multi-story Concrete Houses in a North Vietnamese Village Funded With Remittances (Author, 2009)
Figure 9.2: Việt Kiều Returnees at Ho Chi Minh City’s Tân Sơn Nhất Airport (Author, 2009)
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