Policy Briefing: Managing migration in big cities and the growth of urban peripheries

2019-05-31T03:57:17Z (GMT) by Francis Collins Jennifer Curtin

In recent years, the focus of policing in international migration has increasingly shifted from exclusion and border control to migration management. This shift is apparent at globally and regionally, with migration management becoming an overarching term that emphasises the “quality” of individual migrants, a reduction in irregular migration, governance of recruitment processes, bi-lateral or multi-lateral agreements; and emphasis on the benefits for both states and migrants.