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Human development report 2009
overcoming barriers : human mobility and development

Published 2009 by United Nations, Palgrave Macmillan in New York, Basingstoke .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

How and why people move
Barriers to movement
The case for mobility
Our proposal
The way forward
Freedom and movement : how mobility can foster human development
Mobility matters
Choice and context : understanding why people move
Development, freedom and human mobility
What we bring to the table
People in motion : who moves where, when and why
Human movement today
Looking back
Policies and movement
Looking ahead : the crisis and beyond
How movers fare
Incomes and livelihoods
Health
Education
Empowerment, civic rights and participation
Understanding outcomes from negative drivers
Overall impacts
Impacts at origin and destination
Impacts at places of origin
Destination place effects
Policies to enhance human development outcomes
The core package
The political feasibility of reform
conclusions.

Edition Notes

Published for the United Nations Development Programme.

Includes bibliographical references and statistical annex.

Other Titles
Overcoming barriers : human mobility and development, HDR 2009 overcoming barriers : human mobility and development

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
338.9005
Library of Congress
JV6225 .H86 2009

The Physical Object

Pagination
xiii, 217 p. :
Number of pages
217

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24387166M
Internet Archive
humandevelopment00prog_654
ISBN 13
9780230239043
LC Control Number
2010354558

History

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May 19, 2012 Edited by Ben Companjen merge authors
October 21, 2010 Created by ImportBot initial import