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Zwangsmigration im globalen Süden: die Debatte neu ausrichten
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dc.contributor.authorBank, Andréde
dc.contributor.authorFröhlich, Christianede
dc.date.accessioned2018-07-03T15:04:43Z
dc.date.available2018-07-03T15:04:43Z
dc.date.issued2018de
dc.identifier.issn1862-3581de
dc.identifier.urihttps://www.ssoar.info/ssoar/handle/document/57809
dc.description.abstractAs of 2017, 65 million people worldwide had been forcibly displaced by war and political violence. Several millions more have fled because of environmental disasters and socio-economic marginalisation. As there is no immediate end in sight to this steadily increasing global trend, forced migration is one of the central challenges in world politics today - and it is very likely to remain so in the near to medium-term future. Only a small (albeit increasing) proportion of forced migrants have managed to come to the Global North. The main flows take place within and between Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. A focus on South–South displacement thus represents not only a more pluralistic, but also a more accurate picture of global forced-migration trends. The most visible drivers of forced migration are war and political violence. While Syria stands out in this regard, the country also shows that conflict-induced displacement is often intertwined with forced migration resulting from environmental disasters and the adverse effects of development projects. Disaster-induced displacement denotes population movements in the wake of global environmental change, including fast-onset events such as floods, storms, or fires, and slow-onset events, such as droughts, land degradation, and sea-level rise. With its low-elevation islands, the Pacific region of Oceania is particularly vulnerable to rising sea levels. Development-induced displacement results from socio-economic exclusion as a result of large-scale infrastructure projects, mining, deforestation, urbanisation, and biosphere projects. The case of India underlines that many development-induced forced migrants are typically internally displaced. As forced migration continues to occur mostly within the Global South, it is necessary to better understand its causes, dynamics, and effects in Africa, Asia, ­Latin America, and the Middle East in their own right - and not primarily or even exclusively in terms of the implications for the Global North. Also, when drafting policy responses to forced migration, a holistic understanding of the complex interlinkages between conflict-, disaster-, and development-induced drivers and dynamics precludes one-size-fits-all approaches.en
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dc.subject.ddcSozialwissenschaften, Soziologiede
dc.subject.ddcSocial sciences, sociology, anthropologyen
dc.subject.otherAuswanderer; Fluchtursachede
dc.titleForced Migration in the Global South: Reorienting the Debatede
dc.title.alternativeZwangsmigration im globalen Süden: die Debatte neu ausrichtende
dc.description.reviewnicht begutachtetde
dc.description.reviewnot revieweden
dc.source.volume3de
dc.publisher.countryDEU
dc.publisher.cityHamburgde
dc.source.seriesGIGA Focus Global
dc.subject.classozMigrationde
dc.subject.classozMigration, Sociology of Migrationen
dc.subject.thesozEntwicklungslandde
dc.subject.thesozdeveloping countryen
dc.subject.thesozFlüchtlingde
dc.subject.thesozrefugeeen
dc.subject.thesozWeltflüchtlingsproblemde
dc.subject.thesozworld refugee problemen
dc.subject.thesozFluchtde
dc.subject.thesozflighten
dc.subject.thesozUrsachede
dc.subject.thesozcauseen
dc.subject.thesozAuswanderungde
dc.subject.thesozemigrationen
dc.subject.thesozMigrationde
dc.subject.thesozmigrationen
dc.subject.thesozMigrationshintergrundde
dc.subject.thesozmigration backgrounden
dc.subject.thesozDisplaced Personde
dc.subject.thesozdisplaced personen
dc.subject.thesozVertreibungde
dc.subject.thesozdisplacementen
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dc.rights.licenceCreative Commons - Namensnennung, Keine Bearbeitung 3.0de
dc.rights.licenceCreative Commons - Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0en
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dc.contributor.corporateeditorGIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies - Leibniz-Institut für Globale und Regionale Studien
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