The final session looked at migration partnerships internationally, regionally, and locally—and considered the ways in which they could be better used in the interest of pro-poor development.
Conference materials –
Audio clips (to be added later)
- ‘Female Domestic Workers in Cairo’, Ray Juredini (American University of Cairo)
- ‘Migration Partnerships: Means to Minimise Risks and Costs of Recruitment’, C.R. Abrar, (RMMRU, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Migration DRC research – view a two-page overview of the Migration DRC’s research findings on migration partnerships.
Further reading – working papers published by the Migration DRC related to migration partnerships are listed below.
- “Developing Country Proposals for the Liberalisation of Movements of Natural Service Suppliers”. L Alan Winters (Jan 2005; WP-T8).
- “The Development Impact of Temporary International Labour Migration on Southern Meditteranean Sending Countries”. Michael Collyer (Aug 2004; WP-T6).