Migration and Development

Perspectives from Small States

Paperback: £65.00

Migration and Development

Contributors: Wonderful Hope Khonje
Publication date: 11 February 2015
Size: 240mm x 165mm
ISBN: 978-1-84929-133-0
Pages: 354

Over the past two decades, studies on the migration-development nexus often portray small states as one homogeneous group, ‘developing countries’, without considering their critical and peculiar challenges or inherent vulnerabilities, due mainly to their size.

This book explores key dynamics of migration and development in a small states setting. It includes case studies from small states in Africa, Caribbean and the Pacific that will help policy-makers to embrace migration as an inevitable phenomenon and devise policies that will maximise the benefits from migration at a minimal cost.

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1. Introduction by Wonderful Hope Khonje
2. The Dynamics of Migration and Development in Small States by Wonderful Hope Khonje
3. Temporary Migration Work Programmes in the Caribbean (Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago) by Bernard Headley with Kay Ann Henry
4. Temporary Labour Migration in the Pacific by John Connell
5. Guyana Country Case Study by Claremont Kirton and Patsy Lewis
6. Samoa and Tonga: Migration and Remittances in the Twenty-first Century by John Connell
7. Migration and Remittances in Development: A Study of Jamaica by Patsy Lewis and Claremont Kirton
8. The Pacific Diaspora by John Connell
9. The Role of the Diaspora in Southern Africa with Special Reference to Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland by Eugene K Campbell
10. International Migration and Development in Lesotho: A Complex Interrelationship by Daniel Tevera
11. International Recruitment: Current Trends and Their Implications for Small States by Jon Sward

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Wonderful Hope Khonje (Editor)

Wonderful Hope Khonje is an acting economic advisor in the Climate Finance and Small States section of the Economic Policy Division at the Commonwealth Secretariat.