5 edition of Migration, state, and civil society in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Migration, state, and civil society in Southeast Asia
by Chr. Michelsen Institute, Dept. of Social Science and Development in Fantoft, Norway
Written in English
|Series||Working paper / Programme of Human Rights Studies, Chr. Michelsen Institute,, M 1992:4, Working paper (Chr. Michelsens institutt. Programmet for menneskerettighetsstudier) ;, M 1992:4.|
|LC Classifications||JC571 .W884 M 1992:4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||93173822|
Besides China, Asia’s coercive states include Vietnam (which has handled the pandemic very well), Cambodia, and Laos. The second model is persuasive, where citizens have a reasonably high level of trust in their governments and have provided consent for the state to deploy intrusive digital tools to contain the pandemic. Southeast Asia Program Publications New and recent books published by Southeast Asia Program Publications, an imprint of Cornell University Press. .
Labour migration in Southeast Asia since the s and s must be understood as an integral part of the post-colonial new geographies of migration. The scope and scale of transnational movements have grown rapidly and major states like Malaysia and Thailand between them currently host about 70 per cent of the estimated million migrant. Southeast Asian livelihood and social systems will be pressured, while state and civil society capacity will be strained. This will intensify existing vulnerabilities to non-state security threats and raise the overall level of vulnerability and risk to both human and state security.
Transnational Migration and Work in Asia (Routledge City University of Hong Kong Southeast Asian Studies) Kevin Hewison, Ken Young Focusing on the issues associated with migrating for work both in and from the Asian region, this book sheds light on the debate over migration and trafficking. Pollwatching, Elections and Civil Society in Southeast Asia (Leeds Studies in Democratization) by William A. Callahan, April , Ashgate Publishing edition, Hardcover in English.
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The analysis focuses on the consequences of migration on receiving states and societies in Southeast Asia, identifying distinct trends in various historical periods. Utgiver Chr. Michelsen Institute. State and Civil Society in Southeast Asia.
Suhrke, Astri. Working paper. Åpne. M (Mb) Permanent lenke http Author: Astri Suhrke. Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name:. State regimes' attempts to co-opt the concept or reject it as alien to "Asian values" have apparently not turned out as expected.
This is evident from the fact that many Southeast Asian citizens are inspired by the civil society concept and now engage in public discourse and participation. Two edited volumes have been published for which I was able to contribute chapters on regional migration governance in #ASEAN and on migrant civil society in Asia.
The first chapter is called “Labour Migration in Southeast Asia: In search of regional governance”, and appears in the third edition of “Contemporary Southeast Asia: The. Migration, State and Civil Society in Southeast Asia.
By Astri Suhrke. Abstract. The paper was prepared for a conference on the impact of international migration on the security and stability of states, which was organized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, December The analysis focuses on the consequences of migration on Author: Astri Suhrke.
The "high-politics" of population movements: Migration, state and civil society in Southeast Asia Astri Suhrke () in Myron Weiner (ed.): International migration and security.
The experience of civil society in Southeast Asia shows that its impact -- or and civil society in Southeast Asia book of impact -- on democratization and democracy depends on a variety of factors not only within civil society itself, but also within the state. Experts analyze migration trends in China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia; government efforts to manage this movement; and the role of NGOs in helping to protect migrants and to harness migration to benefit the region.
South and Southeast Asia, the role of civil society in a number of currently unfolding democratic and democratization processes is analyzed. This introduction discusses these various levels of engagement, after first highlighting some principal questions on the role of civil society, its definitions, and its organizational forms.
International migration from Asia grew dramatically in the s and s. Since the s, migration within Asia has risen. Stephen Castles of the University of Oxford and Mark Miller of the University of Delaware examine regional trends in this article based on their book Age of Migration.
Migration policy is a matter of great significance in modern Asia due to the migration and displacement of large numbers of people, made necessary by economic deprivation, political turmoil and violence, from various Asian countries. Studies on migration policies of Asian countries have recently emerged.
Migration, State and Civil Society in Southeast Asia Astri Suhrke M 4 W orking Paper Programe of Human Rights Studies Chr. Michelsen Institute Departent of Social Science and Development. Migration and Integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia Book Description: This volume brings together a group of scholars from a wide range of disciplines to address crucial questions of migration flows and integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia.
This item: Asia on the Move: Regional Migration and the Role of Civil Society by Mely Caballero-Anthony Paperback $ Only 12 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Mortuus : Paperback. Suhrke, Astri “The ‘High’ Politics of Population Movements: Migration, State and Civil Society in Southeast Asia.” In International Migration and Security.
Edited by Weiner, Myron. Boulder: Westview Press. Google Scholar. Asia on the Move: Regional Migration and the Role of Civil Society. Mely Caballero-Anthony, Toshihiro Menju.
NTS Centre / Books / Non-Traditional Security / Southeast Asia and ASEAN. 25 February N2 - This chapter presents a political economy of labour migration in Southeast Asia by examining the specific sectoral interests that underpin governance, and associated tensions and conflicts.
Despite its importance to national development and individual livelihoods in Southeast Asia, labour migration has been poorly and unevenly governed. In conclusion, feminized migration has increased inequality and injustice based on gender, class and nationality in Asia. It has also, however, opened up opportunities for migrant women to increase family incomes and for Asia's growing civil society to challenge oppressive policies.
Governing Migration Beyond the State Europe, North America, South America, and Southeast Asia in a Global Context Andrew Geddes. Unites rich empirical detail with an innovative framework that focuses on distinctive repertoires of migration governance in each of the four regions (Europe, North America, South America and Southeast Asia).
Globalization has led to a surge in crossborder migration,and the population of international migrants in East Asia has more than doubledover the pasttwo decades. Today, governments in the region are grappling with these expanding and increasingly complex flows of.
The ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour (AFML) is an open platform for the review, discussion and exchange of good practices and ideas between governments, workers’ and employers’ organizations, and civil society on key issues facing migrant workers in Southeast Asia.With its innovative analytical framework, broad scope covering civil society activism across Southeast Asia, and in-depth analysis of civil society attempts to influence ADB and ASEAN the book.Conflict between the Hmong of southern China and newly arrived Han settlers increased during the 18th century under repressive economic and cultural reforms imposed by the Qing led to armed conflict and large-scale migrations well into the late 19th century, the period during which many Hmong people emigrated to Southeast Asia.
The migration process had begun as early as the late.