GLOBALISATION AND LABOUR MIGRATION

Globalisation and migration are the two predominant and intertwined phenomena in the world today. Human mobility has become an integral part of the global economy. Since the early 1990s, the world has been witnessing a rapid process of internationalisation of capital, technology and economic activities. Global corporate activities through multinational and transnational corporations have grown rapidly. Trade and financial liberalisation is increasingly pronounced.
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Modern communications not only drive the forces of globalisation but also ensure that awareness of widening global inequality is ever more intense. The dream of relocating from a poorer to a richer country is a natural and inevitable human response.

This video presents a definition of labour migration, and shows its impact on people, countries and attitudes globally.

Intereconomics:Over the last decade highly skilled migration has been gaining relative importance in European migration flows. Following the goods and factor markets the market for highly skilled labour has thus also started to globalise. How are the globalisation processes of the world-wide goods, capital and labour markets interlinked? What role do international enterprises and their internal labour markets play in increasing highly skilled migration?

Globalisation, internal labour markets and the migration of the highly skilled

GLOBALISATION has ushered in increasing migration for labour. As International Labour Organisation (ILO) predicts, the greatest migration is also underway in Asia due to rapid economic growth of the region which is likely to be visible because of its being the place of both recipient and sending countries

GLOBALISATION has ushered in increasing migration for labour. As International Labour Organisation (ILO) predicts, the greatest migration is also underway in Asia due to rapid economic growth of the region which is likely to be visible because of its being the place of both recipient and sending countries

Migration can be manage as a tool for development, but what kind of development, poor countries are getting poorer and facing mass exploitation. For instance, the Phillipines, to show why migration cannot work as a development tool, they extract the natural wealth and rob future generation resources to meet their needs.

A meeting, designed as a dialogue, to build greater solidarity between the labour and migrant justice movements in their shared struggle against workers' exp.

Asian labour migration: issues and challenges in an era of globalization: he current dilemma faced by labour sending countries in ‘protection’ of national workers abroad and promotion of overseas employment.

Asian labour migration: issues and challenges in an era of globalization: he current dilemma faced by labour sending countries in ‘protection’ of national workers abroad and promotion of overseas employment.

Social sustainability refers to the social impact of globalization. If the population think its positive then globalization will be supported. Public perception from US and Europe, half of US said they do not support free trade, it results in more job lost than creating.

Making Globalization Socially Sustainable: Introduction and Overview


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