Parution. A. Pécoud et alii (dir.), Migration, Free Movement and Regional Integration (2017)
Le CERAL annonce la parution de Migration, Free Movement and Regional Integration, sous la direction de Sonja Nita, Antoine Pécoud, Philippe De Lombaerde, Kate Neyts et Joshua Gartland, publié conjointement par l’UNESCO et l’Université des Nations Unies (2017).
In 2015, more than 244 million people were living away fromtheir country of birth. Many of these had chosen a new residence within the frontiers of organizations within their own region, where human mobility has been increasingly stimulated by regional integration – a global trend interwoven with economic liberalization and enlarged markets. This publication documents from a cross disciplinary perspective the different approaches to free movement by some thirty regional organizations in Africa and the Middle East, the Americas and the Caribbean, Europe and Central Asia, and Asia and the Pacific. It also presents a comparative review of the various measures taken and the obstacles encountered, to highlight current and emerging trends. Beyond the research community, these findings will be essential to decision-makers from the organizations under review and the United Nations system, as well as to policy-makers and civil society actors.