Scalabrini Migration Center
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The Scalabrini Migration Center (SMC) was established in Manila, the Philippines in 1987. It is dedicated to the promotion of the interdisciplinary study of international migration, with a specific focus on migration questions in the Asia-Pacific region. Aside from research, SMC maintains a resource center specialising in migration literature, publishes the academic quarterly Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, and organises workshops and conferences on migration in Asia.
Youth Migration from the Philippines: Brain Drain and Brain Waste
This project, inserted in the thematic window on youth, employment and migration (‘YEM’) of the Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund (MDG-F), sponsored by the government of Spain, intends to examine whether some form of brain drain and brain waste occur for the young migrants from the Philippines considering both the marginal tendency of migrants to be employed as professionals as well as the preponderant involvement of young migrants in domestic work.
MISA – Migration Information System in Asia
The Migration Information System in Asia (MISA) intends to develop a system of collecting, reporting and sharing of migration information by participating countries and territories in the region. MISA is implemented and coordinated by the Scalabrini Migration Center in cooperation with a network of cooperators in selected countries in East, Southeast and South Asia.
- International Organization for Migration (IOM)
- Migration: a gender perspective
- The impact of social norms on female migration (2-15 September 2013)