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ACROSS ARTIFICIAL BORDERS: An assessment of labour migration in the ECOWAS region

@inproceedings{Awumbila2014ACROSSAB,
  title={ACROSS ARTIFICIAL BORDERS: An assessment of labour migration in the ECOWAS region},
  author={M. Awumbila and Yaw Benneh and J. Teye and George A Atiim},
  year={2014}
}
  • M. Awumbila, Yaw Benneh, +1 author George A Atiim
  • Published 2014
  • Geography
  • agencies are increasingly recognizing the potential of migration in contributing to socioeconomic and human development of migrants and their families. In West Africa, attention at the national level has often been placed on South–North migration. However, contemporary mobility patterns indicate that only a small share of West African migrants actually moves to the global North and that internal and inter-country movements within the region are a central feature of peoples’ livelihood… CONTINUE READING
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