New issue: ‘Governing Migration for Development from the Global Souths’

The 14th thematic volume of International Development Policy provides perspectives through case studies from the global South(s) focusing on the challenges and opportunities of governing migration on multiple levels: the subnational, national, regional and international. It explores existing and new policies and frameworks in terms of their successes and best practices, and looks at them through the lens of additional challenges, such as those brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the rise of nationalisms and an increase in xenophobia. The chapters also take the ‘5 Ps’ approach to sustainable development (people, planet, prosperity, peace and partnerships) and assess how migration policies serve sustainable development in a rapidly evolving context.

Cite the volume: Dêlidji Eric Degila and Valeria Marina Valle (eds.) (2022) Governing Migration for Development from the Global South, International Development Policy | Revue internationale de politique de développement, 14 (Geneva, Boston: Graduate Institute Publications, Brill-Nijhoff). DOI: 10.4000/poldev.4544 (paperback version: forthcoming Autumn 2022).

https://journals.openedition.org/poldev/4544

Guest Editors: Dêlidji Eric Degila and Valeria Marina Valle.

Contributors: Yousra Abourabi, Gabriela Agosto, Belkis Aracena, Andrea Fernández Benítez, Macarena Chepo, Amanda Coffie, Jonathan Crush, Maria del Consuelo Dávila Pérez, Dêlidji Eric Degila, Jenny Lind Elmaco, René Leyva Flores, Luisa Feline Freier, Silvia Núñez García, Marcela Pezoa González, Binod Khadria, Ariel González Levaggi, Wei Li, Meixin Liu, Ling Ma, Ratnam Mishra, Daniel Naujoks, Claudia Padilla, Karol Rojas, Fabiana Rubinstein, Yining Tan, Narender Thakur, Gerasimos Tsourapas, Valeria Marina Valle, and Jossette Iribarne Wiff.


A powerful and challenging collection that offers a depth of empirical and conceptual insight in order to demonstrate the need both to think about and understand international migration from perspectives of the ‘global south’.’
Andrew Geddes
Professor of Migration Studies/Director of the Migration Policy Centre, Migration Policy Centre / Robert Schuman Centre

Governing Migration for Development from the Global Souths is an excellent volume that addresses and unpacks the governance-migration-sustainable development nexus in the global Souths. It maps distinct ways in which global South states are involved in and create new forms of migration governance that tend to be overlooked in analyses of multilevel governance that primarily reflect the concerns of the global North.  The present volume is a must read for anyone interested in the role of the global Souths in migration governance.
Marianne H. Marchand
Research Chair in International Relations, Universidad de las Américas Puebla 


CONTENTS
Foreword
List of Illustrations
Abbreviations
Notes on Contributors

  1. Multilevel Governance of Migration for Sustainable Development: Perspectives from the Global Souths
    Dêlidji Eric Degila and Valeria Marina Valle
  2. Governing African Migration in Morocco: The Challenge of Positive Desecuritisation
    Yousra Abourabi
  3. Multilateral Approaches to Mobility in the Middle East and North Africa Region
    Daniel Naujoks
  4. Migration and Development in Egypt—A Holistic View
    Gerasimos Tsourapas
  5. Channels for Financial and Non-financial Remittances from the Ghanaian Diaspora toward Development
    Amanda Coffie
  6. Xenophobia Denialism and the Global Compact for Migration in South Africa
    Jonathan Crush
  7. Attracting Highly Skilled Migrants to Guangzhou, China: A Policy Commentary
    Wei Li, Ling Ma, Yining Tan and Meixin Liu
  8. Migration, Health and Development in India, South Asia and China: Perspectives in the COVID-19 Era
    Binod Khadria, Narender Thakur and Ratnam Mishra
  9. Philippine Nurse Migration: Assessing Vulnerabilities and Accessing Opportunities during the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Jenny Lind Elmaco
  10. New Migration’s Gordian Knot: Mexico and the Caravans of the Northern Triangle of Central America
    Silvia Núñez García and Maria del Consuelo Dávila Pérez
  11. Blocking the spread of COVID-19: Global Border Closure Policies in Central America and Mexico
    René Leyva Flores, Karol Rojas and Belkis Aracena
  12. Migration and the 2030 Agenda in Argentina
    Gabriela Agosto and Fabiana Rubinstein
  13. Immigrants’ Contribution to Development in the Global South: Comparing Policy Responses to Venezuelan Immigration in Peru and Argentina
    Ariel González Levaggi and Luisa Feline Freier
  14. The National Health Policy for International Migrants in Chile, 2014–17
    Jossette Iribarne Wiff, Andrea Fernández Benítez, Marcela Pezoa González, Claudia Padilla, Macarena Chepo and René Leyva Flores

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