Migration: resources and specialist organisations
|Title:|| ||The Age of Migration - International Population Movements in the Modern World
|Date of publication:|| ||2014|
|Description/subject:|| ||'Welcome to the companion website for
"The Age of Migration" 5th Edition
by Stephen Castles, Hein de Haas and Mark J. Miller...
On this website you’ll find detailed information about the book together with a range of extra learning resources:
Additional case studies...
A web-only chapter...
Click on the links above to access the materials you’re looking for, or use the navigation panel to the left of the screen....'|
|Author/creator:|| ||Stephen Castles, Hein de Haas and Mark J. Miller|
|Language:|| ||English (other languages available)|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Palgrave.com, Guilford.com|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||02 April 2018|
|Title:|| ||Asian Research Center for Migration (ARCM)
|Description/subject:|| ||Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University Bangkok, Thailand|
|Language:|| ||English, Thai|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Chulalongkorn University|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||01 November 2010|
|Title:|| ||Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)
|Description/subject:|| ||"GAATW's mission is to ensure that the human rights of migrant women are respected and protected by authorities and agencies.
We advocate for the incorporation of human rights standards in all anti-trafficking initiatives, including in the implementation of the Trafficking Protocol, Supplementary to the UN Convention on Transnational Organized Crime (2000). GAATW strives to promote and share good practices of anti-trafficking initiatives but also to critique and stop bad practices and harm caused by existing practices.
GAATW promotes women migrant workers' rights and believes that ensuring safe migration and protecting rights of migrant workers should be at the core of all anti-trafficking efforts. We advocate for living and working conditions that provide women with more alternatives in their countries of origin, and to develop and disseminate information to women about migration, working conditions and their rights.
We support the self-organisation of women migrant workers, ensuring their presence and self-representation in international fora. GAATW aims to build new alliances among various sectors of migrants."|
|Language:|| ||English, Espanol, Spanish, Russian|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||20 May 2005|
|Title:|| ||International Labour Migration
|Description/subject:|| ||Standards, links, documentation, database etc.|
|Language:|| ||English (Francais, French; Espanol, Spanish)|
|Source/publisher:|| ||International Labour Organisation|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||21 May 2005|
|Title:|| ||International Organization for Migration (IOM)
|Description/subject:|| ||Lots of documents to download|
|Source/publisher:|| ||International Organization for Migration (IOM)|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||23 May 2005|
|Title:|| ||MAP Foundation
|Description/subject:|| ||" In 1996 thousands of migrants were working in Chiang Mai building the hotels, housing estates, and hospitals which now cover the city. At the time there were almost no services available to migrants and when they needed to go to hospital they faced difficulties with language and costs. Migrant Assistance Programme (MAP) started to develop a group of migrants who could interpret in hospitals and provide some health education prevention and promotion on migrant work-sites, mainly construction sites. As MAP became part of the migrant community, the range of issues facing migrant workers became apparent and the activities of MAP expanded to respond to these issues.
In 2002 MAP became a registered Thai foundation, taking the Thai name: "Foundation for the Health and Knowledge of Ethnic Labour" but keeping the already English name MAP which had already become familiar with migrant communities..."|
|Language:|| ||Burmese, English, Karen, Shan, Thai.|
|Source/publisher:|| ||MAP Foundation|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||30 January 2007|
|Title:|| ||Human Rights and Development Foundation (HRDF)
1.To promote and protect human rights, democracy and peace;
2.To strengthen the standards on human rights, democracy and peace whilst promoting and acting to translate the said principles into practice;
3.To support development which promotes and protects human rights, democracy and peace;
4.To promote and safeguard quality of environment, sustainable use of natural resources and people’s rights in this regard;
5.To safeguard consumers’ rights and oppose unfair business or trade competition;
6.To coordinate and collaborate with concerned individuals and organizations committed to human rights issues, either governmental or non-governmental, working to achieve the above-mentioned objectives,
7.To organize educational and training programmes; to disseminate data and information; to organize meetings or conferences, seminars, symposiums and hears; to produce fact-finding reports and/or situation reports, observation reports on elections, reports on observation of trials and court proceedings; to file petitions or complaints; to provide legal aid or to take legal actions and to undertake any litigation in order to achieve the above mentioned objectives.|
|Language:|| ||English, Thai|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Human Rights and Development Foundation (HRDF)|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||12 May 2011|
|Title:|| ||Solidarity Center
|Description/subject:|| ||"Promoting Worker Rights Worldwide"..."In Burma, the Solidarity Center supports union efforts to expose the government's criminal and systematic worker rights violations, promote and protect migrant worker rights, and sow the seeds of democracy."..."In Thailand, the Solidarity Center and its partners push for enforcement of international labor standards and national labor law, strive to protect the rights of migrant workers and prevent human trafficking, and seek legal redress for trafficking victims."|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Solidarity Center|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||10 May 2011|