JISPIL Vol 6 Issue 2 2010 - Abstract 3

The act of venturing beyond national borders in search of a different way of life and better livelihood opportunities is by no means new. However, it is only in the last forty years or so that migration flows across national borders have increased globally. International migration, which is said to be a direct consequence of globalisation, results from demographic, economic and other variables between countries and is motivated by diverse factors.


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