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What's Changing? - Migration
Halcyon Impacts 14 August 2018


Please see below selected recent migration-related change.


See also: Halcyon Migration Headlines


August 2018

Halcyon Migration Headlines
Halcyon Identifies 29 July 2018


Halcyon curates the most significant migration-related content from carefully selected sources, Please contact us if you'd like our help with migrationMigration-related challenges.

Identifying innovative ways to highlight refugees' plight Halcyon Identifies 20 June 2011

World Refugee Day is dedicated to recognising the millions of refugees that have been displaced around the world.

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In the decades ahead there is likely to be a good deal more pressure arising from forced migration from those areas of the world that are already suffering.


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Immigrant populations in many OECD countries are feeling the full force of the economic downturn, with employers more reluctant to hire immigrants and more ready to fire them.

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For tens of millions of migrants working outside their homelands, the global economic crisis is making life much more precarious.

Financial, food, and fuel crises pose a severe threat to uprooted people Halcyon Identifies 17 October 2008

Global financial, food, and fuel crises and the negative impacts of climate change pose a severe threat to the world's 37 million uprooted people.