Covid-19 Impact on GCC Labour Market

  The bonding of employers and migrant workers in the Middle East is governed by a discriminatory and abusive system of sponsorship that ties a worker’s residency status to his or her employer. For their quality of life and housing, migrants depend entirely on their employer. They ...

Comprehensive Labour Migration policy in GCC countries needed by both Sending and receiving countries

Comprehensive Labour Migration Policy in GCC Countries needed by both Sending and Receiving countries   GCC countries, the largest recipients of labour migrants in the world, is a region of extreme mobility, both voluntary and forced. Mass Migration to GCC countries started in the &#...

Economic Consequences of COVID-19 in Bihar: From the Lens of Reverse Migration

Economic Consequences of COVID-19 in Bihar: From the Lens of Reverse Migration Pinak Sarkar[1] and Nutan Shashi Tigga[2] Abstarct: The COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of millions of people in India, many have lost their livelihood and income generation options which have cr...

Exploited: Migrant Labour in the New World Economy

Shelley, Toby. 2007. Exploited: Migrant Labour in the New World Economy. London: Zed Books, ISBN-978 1 84277 851 7 (Hb), pp. 183 Migration is a global phenomenon; its linkages with growth and development for the country of origin and the country of destination have been established in the mig...

Impact of Circular Migration on Human, Political, and Civil Rights: A Global Perspective

Solé, C., Parella, S., Martí, T., S. and Nita, S. (ed.) (2016). Impact of Circular Migration on Human, Political and Civil Rights: A Global Perspective. Springer International Publishing: Switzerland.  ISBN 978-3-319-28896-3. pp. 296  The book Impact of Circu...

Servants, Sirdars and Settlers: Indians in Mauritius 1834-1874

Carter, Marina. 1995. Servants, Sirdars and Settlers: Indians in Mauritius 1834-1874. Delhi: Oxford University Press, ISBN-10: 0195632966, pp.343                        ...

International Migration and Crisis Transition Toward a New Migratory Phase

Jardón Hernández, Ana Elizabeth (2017). International Migration and Crisis Transition Toward a New Migratory Phase. Springer Nature. 130 pages. ISBN 978-3-319-43898-6 The United States of America and Mexico shares one of the largest migration corridors in the worl...

Migration and International Trade: The US Experience since 1945

White, Roger (2010). Migration and International Trade: The US Experience since 1945. Edward Elgar Publishing, Massachusetts. 226 pages. ISBN: 978-1848446960   The globalised world has witnessed intensification and intermingling of various activities.  Migration a...

The Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh: A Matter of White Elephant

      The Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh: A Matter of White Elephant    Background The Rohingya people (historically also called Arakanese Indians) are an Indo-Aryan stateless people from Myanmar, Rakhine State (Noor et al., 2011). They recognize themselve...

Go Home!

Buchanan, R. H. (Ed.). (2018). Go Home!. Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 320 pages, ISBN - 1936932016 “Go Home!” is an inclusive collection of experiences of immigration and diaspora. The book contains essays, short stories and poems written by thirty-one A...

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