Report Explores How Low-Wage International Labour Migration in Asia Has Changed over the Last Two Decades

23 December 2021
Research Innovation

The International Organization on Migration recently released a factor analysis study on labour migration in Asia. This report explores how low-wage international labour migration in Asia has changed over the last two decades, identifies the drivers behind these changes, and analyses how risks and vulnerabilities faced by migrants have evolved in parallel. Based on current economic, social, political and technological trends, it then looks at how migration dynamics in the region may evolve over the coming years and decades, and considers the steps needed to maximize the benefits and mitigate the risks of this critical but often dangerous journey. Read the full report here.

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