|Por||Perveen Kumar (publicado en 2011-06-27 por yessicm2010 )|
|Publicado y/o Presentado en:||
IV Congreso de la Red Internacional de Migración y Desarrollo. Crisis Global y Estrategias Migratorias: hacia la redefinición de las políticas de movilidad. 18, 19 y 20 de Mayo del 2001. Flacso-Quito, Ecuador.
|Over the last few decades, international migration has attracted increasing attention in the academia, in policy making, and in the civil society across countries. Individuals, civil society organizations, national governments, and regional and international organizations have been raising concerns about the selectivity, inconsistencies and stability of migration policies demanding better treatment to migrant workers and protection of their rights in the destination countries. Whereas the receiving countries generally focus more on human capital aspects of the immigrants and allow the entry to those whose knowledge and skills are in short supply in their labour markets the source countries of migrants show greater concern regarding the protection of their people in the destination countries.|