Event Title

Migration in Africa: Evaluating Migrant Population

Presenter Information

Anna Yurkova

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Michele DeMary

Start Date

24-4-2018 4:00 PM

End Date

24-4-2018 5:00 PM

Description

Human migration has been a prominent feature of our global history. Diverse environmental, economic, cultural and political changes motivated people to migrate and populate diverse parts of our planet. And while with time motivations for leaving your home country have evolved, international migration is as pertinent today as it ever was. This study is an attempt to evaluate migration patterns within fifty-four African countries by conducting a quantitative analysis of how democracy, economy, and conflict play into the role of migration within and towards Africa in post-Cold-War period.

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Migration in Africa: Evaluating Migrant Population

Human migration has been a prominent feature of our global history. Diverse environmental, economic, cultural and political changes motivated people to migrate and populate diverse parts of our planet. And while with time motivations for leaving your home country have evolved, international migration is as pertinent today as it ever was. This study is an attempt to evaluate migration patterns within fifty-four African countries by conducting a quantitative analysis of how democracy, economy, and conflict play into the role of migration within and towards Africa in post-Cold-War period.