International Migration Vol. 61 (1) February 2023

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28 fév 2023

International Migration Vol. 61 (1) February 2023

International Migration is a refereed bimonthly review of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on current migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, and sociologists all over the world. The journal is edited by Koç University and published and distributed by Wiley. The editor at Koç University is responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

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    • Issue Information
    • Letter from the editors
    • Introduction: African International Migration to the West: Insights from Canada, Australia and Nigeria
    • Managing the rising tide of Nigerian migrants to the West—A policy vacuum or a structural challenge?
    • Belonging in the land down under: Black Africans in Australia
    • Migration, resettlement and integration of survivors of the 1994 genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda in Canada: A community-based study
    • Young Black women's resistance to the Canadian settler colonial state apparatus: Negotiating the complexities of “being part of the system that oppresses”
    • Parenting practices of Somali immigrant mothers in Alberta
    • Introduction: Assimilation, integration or transnationalism? An overview of theories of migrant incorporation
    • After the transnational turn: Looking across borders to see the hard face of the nation-state
    • Settlers, target-earners, young professionals. Distinct migrant types, distinct integration trajectories?
    • Viewing Texas Germans through the lens of transnationalism: A new form of transmigrant?
    • Failure of integration or symbol of racism: The case of soccer star Mesut Özil
    • Integration and the struggle to turn space into “our” place: Homemaking as a way beyond the stalemate of assimilationism vs transnationalism
    • A new asylum law for the KRI and Iraq: Reality or wishful thinking?
    • Basic relationships between human capital, migration and labour markets in the Western Balkans: An econometric investigation
    • Mobility at the margins: The facilitating and risk-reducing role of clustered migration in migration for begging between Romania and Norway
    • Nuclear family and social capital of refugees in Austria
    • The dynamics of remittance behaviour among Senegalese men and women in Spain
    • Public policy towards immigrants in poland’s shrinking cities – The case study of the city of Lomza
    • Feminization of refugee: Intersectionality, solidarity, resistance
    • Talking about return. Governmental caseworkers' regulative, normative and cultural-cognitive strategies during “return conversations” with irregularised migrants
    • Ethics & exclusions: Reflections on the passing of Stephen Castles
    • In memory of Stephen Castles: Studying migration as part of social transformation
    • The immigration scholarship of Stephen Castles
    • On social transformation, migration, and development
    • The Wealth of Refugees: How Displaced People Can Build Economies
    • Stuck and Exploited: Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Italy Between Exclusion, Discrimination and Struggles
    • Difficult life in a refugee camp: Gender, violence and coping in Uganda