Human Rights and Migration

Most of the different daily posts that appear on this blog are organized into so-called “blog series”. For example, there’s a series called human rights and migration.

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Migration and Human Rights (1): Illegal Immigration
Migration and Human Rights (2): A Few Facts and Numbers
Migration and Human Rights (3): Refugees
Migration and Human Rights (4): Asylum
Migration and Human Rights (5): Public Opposition to Migration
Migration and Human Rights (6): Xenophobia
Migration and Human Rights (7): Overview
Migration and Human Rights (8): The “Criminal Immigrant” Stereotype
Migration and Human Rights (9): Immigrants and Education Levels
Migration and Human Rights (10): Immigration and Poverty
Migration and Human Rights (11): Public Opposition to Immigration
Migration and Human Rights (12): Public Opposition to Immigration
Migration and Human Rights (13): Immigration and Unemployment
Migration and Human Rights (14): Migration and Overpopulation
Migration and Human Rights (15): Growing Support for Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants
Migration and Human Rights (16): Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants
Migration and Human Rights (17): Immigration is Caused by Oppression and Dictatorship
Migration and Human Rights (18): Number of Refugees, End of 2008
Migration and Human Rights (19): The U.S. Wages War on Illegal Immigration, and Kills the Fourth Amendment
Migration and Human Rights (20): The Effect of the Recession on Remittances
Migration and Human Rights (21): China’s Demographic Aggression and Provocation of Racism, The Cases of Tibet and Xinjiang
Migration and Human Rights (22): Number of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at All-Time High
Migration and Human Rights (23): The Recession and Reverse Remittances
Migration and Human Rights (24): The Impact of Remittances on Global Poverty
Migration and Human Rights (25): Immigration Restrictions
Migration and Human Rights (26): The “Criminal Immigrant” Stereotype, Ctd.
Migration and Human Rights (27): The Economic Benefits of Immigration
Migration and Human Rights (29): Is Freedom of Association a Means to Promote or to Restrict Immigration?
Migration and Human Rights (30): Leviticus
Migration and Human Rights (31): Illegal Immigration and GDP
Migration and Human Rights (32): A Human Right to Free Movement and the Common Ownership of the Earth
Migration and Human Rights (33): Immigration = Importing Poverty?
Migration and Human Rights (34): The “Criminal Immigrant” Stereotype, Ctd.
Migration and Human Rights (35): The Economic Benefits of Immigration, Ctd.
Migration and Human Rights (36): The Social Security Argument Against Open Borders
Migration and Human Rights (37): Hostility Towards Immigrants Caused by the Economic Recession
Migration and Human Rights (38): The Cultural Argument Against Open Borders
Migration and Human Rights (39): The Democracy Argument Against Open Borders
Migration and Human Rights (40): The Economic Efficiency Argument for Open Borders
Migration and Human Rights (41): What Will Happen When We Open Our Borders?
Migration and Human Rights (42): The Labor Cost Argument Against Open Borders
Migration and Human Rights (43): The Impact of Immigration on the Educational Attainment of Natives
Migration and Human Rights (44): Welfare State Incompatible With Multiculturalism?
Migration and Human Rights (45): Open Borders, Luck Egalitarianism, and the Common Ownership of the Earth
Migration and Human Rights (46): The “Criminal Immigrant” Stereotype, Ctd.

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