HDR 2009 - Overcoming barriers: Human mobility and development
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Keywordshuman development; migration; mobility; displacement; IDPs; internally displaced people; international migration; internal migration; borders; diaspora; demography; flows; movement; access to education; income; globalisation; citizenship; human rights;
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