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Xenophobia, International Migration and Human Development

@inproceedings{Crush2009XenophobiaIM,
  title={Xenophobia, International Migration and Human Development},
  author={J. Crush and Sujata Ramachandran},
  year={2009}
}
In the continuing discussion on migration and development, the vulnerability of all migrant groups to exploitation and mistreatment in host countries has been highlighted along with an emphasis on protecting their rights. However, xenophobia has not yet received explicit attention although anti-migrant sentiments and practices are clearly on the rise even in receiving countries in developing regions. Despite gaps in existing empirical work, research and anecdotal evidence exposes pervasive… Expand
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