Manpower and international labor migration in the Middle East and North Africa

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Published for the World Bank [by] Oxford University Press , New York
Labor mobility -- Middle East, Labor mobility -- Africa, North, Labor supply -- Middle East, Labor supply -- Africa, North, Alien labor -- Middle East, Alien labor -- Africa, North, Migrant labor -- Middle East, Migrant labor -- Africa,

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StatementIsmail Serageldin ... [et al.].
ContributionsSerageldin, Ismail, 1944-, World Bank.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD5717.5.N42 M36 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 138 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3499991M
ISBN 100195204069
LC Control Number82020206

This book is a shortened version of the results and conclusions of a World Bank research project, 'International Labor Migration and Manpower in the Middle East and North Africa'.

Manpower and international labor migration in the Middle East and North Africa (English) Abstract. International migration for employment in the Arab region is pervasive and increasing. Manpower and International Labor Migration in the Middle East and North Africa (A World Bank Research Publication) [Ismail Serageldin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Manpower and international labor migration in the Middle East and North Africa. New York: Published for the World Bank [by] Oxford University Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ismail Serageldin; World Bank.

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Manpower and international labor migration in the Middle East and North Africa. New York: Published for the World Bank [by] Oxford University Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Ismail Serageldin; World Bank.

Labor Migration north africa THE WORLD BANK GROUP H Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. USA Funded World Bank Program of International Migration from Middle East and North Africa and Poverty Reduction Strategies, Labor Migration from North Africa – Development Impact, Challenges, and Policy Options.

Migration Between the Middle East, North Africa and Europe takes this challenge as a point of departure for analysing the MENA region, in particular Morocco, Egypt and Turkey, as a possible source of future migration to the European Union.

At the same time, it illustrates the uncertainties implied in such calculations, especially at a time of. The Middle East Manpower and international labor migration in the Middle East and North Africa book North Africa span both poles of migration: as countries of migrant destination, particularly in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and as countries of migrant origin.

The region has a large supply of young, active workers, with more than 20 million migrants working elsewhere in the region or in Europe. The research here focuses on labor migration to the region. Migration has long shaped the Middle East and North Africa, with countries in the region often simultaneously representing points of origin, transit and destination.

Demographic and socioeconomic trends, conflict and, increasingly, climate change are among the multitude of factors that influence migration dynamics in the region.

Europe, Middle East and North Africa Region May 1/ Ismail Serageldin, James A. Socknat, Stace Birks, Bob Li, and Clive Sinclair, Manpower and International Labor Migration in the Middle East and North Africa (Oxford University Press for the World Bank, ). With ILO Support.

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Organized multi-stakeholder interregional consultations on “Labour Migration and Mobility from Asia and Africa to the Middle East” (Beirut, ) and “Labour Mobility between Asia and the Arab States: Sharing of experiences and progress under the Bali Declaration with specific focus on women migrant workers” (Bangkok, ), in collaboration with the ILO.

ILO: International Labour Organization - The International Labour Organization is the UN specialized agency which seeks the promotion of social justice and internationally recognized human and.

Labor Migration in the Middle East and North Africa Region. The objective of the conference is to engage experts and key stakeholders in both migration sending and receiving countries in a dialogue on the challenges and opportunities posed by migration in the global job market.

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The conference forms part of a longer term engagement from theFile Size: KB. For example, in their edited book Labor Migration to the Middle East, Eelens et al. () focus on the several dimensions of labor migration that have occurred from Sri Lanka to the Gulf since the end of s.

In order to address the topic more comprehensively, they looked at the recruitment process, the policy of the Gulf states, and the Author: Zeynep Sahin. The Middle East and North Africa region is known for having low female labor market participation rates as compared with its level of economic development.

A possible explanation is that these countries find themselves at the turning point of the U-shape hypothesis when countries transition from declining to rising female participation rates.

International Child Labor & Forced Labor Reports Middle East & North Africa Child Labor Information by Region Select Region Americas East Asia & the Pacific Europe & Eurasia Middle East & North Africa South-Central Asia Sub-Saharan Africa. Migration from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe This volume offers a wide and scientific overview of the potential for migration from the Middle East and North Africa to the European Union.

The migration potential is calculated for three countries – Morocco, Egypt.

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Tom’s narrative about global migration flows was daunting. Displacement from the Middle East and North Africa region surpasses any other. Of million people forcibly displaced, 39% originate within Middle Eastern countries, 29% from Africa and 15% from the Asia-Pacific. Fifty three percent of all refugees come from Syria and Afghanistan.

Author(s): Sirageldin,I A; Socknat,J A; Birks,J S; Li,B; Sinclair,C A Title(s): Manpower and international labor migration in the Middle East and North Africa/ I.A.

The economy of the Middle East is very diverse, with national economies ranging from hydrocarbon-exporting rentiers to centralized socialist economies and free-market economies.

The region is best known for oil production and export, which significantly impacts the entire region through the wealth it generates and through labor utilization. Lebanon - IOM and the Walk Free Foundation (WFF) have called on governments to take more concrete action to protect migrant workers amid worsening conditions in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

The WFF and IOM report ‘The Other Migrant Crisis: Protecting migrant workers against exploitation in the Middle East and North Africa’ was launched at an IOM-facilitated regional. Generally in southern Africa, the female labor force is growing faster than the male labor force ( versus percent per year), and there is evidence of growing international migration for employment among women, linked to rising levels of female education, the elimination of legal restrictions on female migration, and changing norms in.

The Relationship between Migration within and from the Middle East and North-Africa and Pro-Poor Policies A Report by the Institute of Arab & Islamic Studies, University of Exeter for the Department for International Development Dr Nadje Al-Ali Institute of Arab &.

Innearly million immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region lived in the United States. MENA immigration has picked up in recent decades, owing to war and worsening economic prospects. Protecting Migrant Workers against Exploitation iii in the Middle East and North Africa PREFACE The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region continues to host groups highly vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation.

Migrant workers, particularly domestic workers, are known to. The Journal's articles and book reviews come from renowned scholars and foreign policy analysts, and present some of the most respected voices in the field of Middle Eastern studies.

Some Issues Related to Labor Migration in the Middle East and North Africa. Manpower and International Labor Migration in the Middle East and North Africa. Manpower and Migration: The Effects of International Labour Migration on Agricultural Development in the East Jordan Valley, – Durham: Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, University of Author: Simon Commander, Simon Burgess.

Multinational Maids offers an in-depth investigation into the international migrations of Filipino and Indonesian migrant domestic workers.

The author taps on her rigorous study of more than 1, subjects' migration trajectories to reveal how these migrants work in a series of overseas countries to improve their lives and, in some cases, seek permanent residence in another by: 5.

the international labor migration during the s and s, which had deprived it of International Labor Migration in the Middle East and North Africa (New York: Oxford University Press, ), p. 18, Tables Manpower Development in the Yemen Arab Republic (Washington DC: World Bank, ), p.

Downloadable! Irregular migration became an alarming issue over the last decade for both developed and developing countries. A prevailing assumption in migration policy is that labor market and institutional characteristics play a crucial role in pushing people to leave their home countries in search for better life prospects.

This paper examines this hypothesis using a unique dataset covering Author: Ghassan Dibeh, Ali Fakih, Walid Marrouch. Most of the persons forcibly displaced in the Middle East are the result of the civil wars in Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen as well as from the long-running Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

In addition, tens of thousands of additional desperate migrants are arriving .Highly skilled migration to and from these regions is key to the recent socio-political transformations that have occurred across the world.

Despite this, in the states concerned, skilled migration remains an underlying 'issue of concern', rather than at the top of political agendas, leading to a spectrum of unclear and uncoordinated legal and.