Bruno Maltoni, Review
of Labour Migration Dynamics in Cambodia. Phnom Penh:
International Organisation for Migration, September 2006, 87
Working Paper No. 17: Promoting a Process to Encourage Ratification
of the 1990 UN Convention on the Rights of all Migrant Workers
and Members of their Family: Bangladesh, Korea and New Zealand
Working Paper No. 16: Identification of the Obstacles to the
Signing and Ratification of the UN Convention on the Protection
of the Rights of all Migrant Workers 1990: China
Interaction: Implications for the United States (Vol
Networks: Special Issue on Asian Transnational Family
working paper No.15: Impact of ratifying the 1990 UN Convention
on the Rights of all Migrant Workers and Members of their Family:
Case Studies of the Philippines and Sri Lanka
/ UNDP project publication: 'No Safety Signs Here: research
study on migration and HIV vulnerability from seven south and
north-east Asian countries
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Migration Outlook 2006 from OECD
Migration Law: Glossary on Migration, published by the International
Organization for Migration (IOM)
Migration News - New Book 'Unauthorised Migration in South East
Asia'. Also available as a CD-Rom
the development of an International Agenda for Migration Management:
Identification of common understandings and effective practices
for a planned, balanced, and comprehensive approach to inter-state
management of migration, by Robyn Iredale, Kh. Rezwanul
Karim, Gareth Larsen, Tolu Muliaina, Matt Ngui, Tasneem Siddiqui,
Paul Spoonley, Carmen Voigt-Graf
the Benefits and Costs of Skilled Migration in the Asia-Pacific
Region, chapter written by Robyn Iredale for the World migration
Report and published by the International Organisation for migration
Migration Trends in Selected EU Applicant Countries (IOM), six
volume set, softcover, ISBN: 92-9068-181-0, 92-9068-182-9, 92-9068-183-7,
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Migration and Development: A Perspective from Asia (IOM)
byProfessor Graeme Hugo (one of the Australian Co-ordinators)
ISBN/ISSN 1607-338X Volume 14
Migration in the Asia Pacific, edited by R. Iredale, F. Guo
and S. Rozario Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, Ma, USA: Edward
Elgar, ISBN 1 84376 303 6.
Migration and Trafficking in Women in Turkey, softcover
- 86 pages ISBN 92-9068-178-0.
Migration in the
Asia Pacific Region: Population, settlement and citizenship
issues, edited by R. Iredale, C. Hawksley and S. Castles,
Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, Ma, USA: Edward Elgar, 401 pages,
ISBN 1 804064 860 0.
the Move: Case Studies of Migration in Contemporary China,
edited by R. Iredale, N. Bilik and F. Guo, Preface by Dru Gladney,
An East Gate Book, M. E. Sharpe Inc.: Armonk, New York, 183
pages, ISBN 0-7656-1023-X and 0-7656-1024-8 (hard and soft cover).
'Overview of Trends
and Characteristics of Labour Migration in Asia', R. Iredale,
N. Doloswala, T. Siddiqui and R. Tirtosudarmo, in IOM, Labour
Migration Ministerial Consultations for Countries of Origin
in Asia, 1-2 April., pp. 32-71.
and Business Migration and Social Transformation, edited
by Iredale, Guo, Rozario, Report to the Ford Foundation, APMRN,
University of Wollongong.
Migration, Education and Ethnicity in China, Cheltenham,
UK and Northampton USA: Edward Elgar Press (Iredale, Bilik,
Wang, Guo and Hoy), 275 pages, ISBN 1 84064 443 5.
Vulnerability among Temporary Migrants in Urban China (An expended
abstract) by Zheng, Zhenzhen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lian, Pengling, Institute of Population and Labor Economics, Chinese
Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing 100732, China
Research and Migration Policy Making: a study of Australia,
the Philippines and Thailand. 2004 Edited by Robyn Iredale et
al and Published in Social Science Journal.
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Fanua and Fa'a Polynesia
Management of Social Transformations (MOST) programme has picked
up the theme of transnationalism as a dimension of globalisation
in several of its major international research networks. With
its focus on processes of change in multicultural and multi-ethnic
societies, the APMRN has been encouraging research on four themes
associated with international migration and social transformation:
the issue of migration and identity; the roles of migrant entrepreneurs
and business migration; irregular migration; and the implications
of migration for environmental transformation.
This volume contains
papers presented at a UNESCO-sponsored workshop in Apia in June
2000 exploring aspects of the latter theme.
A distinctive focus
for the papers was the implications of migration for environmental
transformation in both the island homes and the homes abroad
for Pacific peoples.
APMRN Working Paper
No 8 Flowers, Fale, Fanua and Fa'a Polynesia was edited by Richard
Bedford, Robyn Longhurst and Yvonne Underhill-Sem with assistance
from the APMRN Secretariat.