M4D Library

 

The repository collected over more than six years represents a joint effort of the M4D Net Facilitation Team and the M4D Net members to make available to the wider community the latest findings in the field of migration and development with a view to filling potential knowledge gaps and move the migration and development agenda forward through evidence-based research.

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Wednesday, June 8, 2011 - 18:27
La I Jornada de Migraciones y Desarrollo: ‘La Importancia del Codesarrollo, Oportunidades, Retos y Perspectivas’. se celebró el viernes, 27 de mayo en el local de CSI·Fen Valencia. Participaron Josep Maria Felip i Sarda, director general de Inmigración y Cooperación al Desarrollo; Daniel Matoses, presidente autonómico de CSI·F de Sindicalistas sin Fronteras de la Comunidad Valenciana, William Sánchez, presidente de Fedacod, Edelia Villarroya, de la Universidad de Valencia; Rocío Loyola, de Fundación Codespa; Ana Sales, del Institut Iteruniversitari de Desenvolupament Local; y Javier...
Monday, December 13, 2010 - 08:31
“Migrant women say that their families cannot make ends meet on their husbands’ salaries and that migration to the Middle East is their only available economic alternative or option. Family motives for labor migration usually include getting out of debt, buying land, and building a house”.
Saturday, February 13, 2010 - 18:11
Haiti has particular potentialities in terms of co-development. According to the last report published by the Ministry of Interior on this issue, most of the communes has established formal partnership for social and economic development with their migrants in the outside. The Haitian migrants flow more funds onto Haiti than the international public development aids. But through this communication the stress would rather be on the migrants gained skills than their economic capacity to help (re)construct the country.