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This blog is written by Caroline Krafft, Adriana Cortes Mendosa, and Skylah Thao, equal co-authors of a background paper for the new Arab States 2019 GEM Report. Internal migration, i.e. people moving within a country’s borders, can, potentially, either improve … Continue reading
India has some of the largest internal migration movements in the world – how has its education adapted?
People move around India all the time. Around 9 million moving to live in another state every year while the rates of those migrating within their state also doubled over just ten years. A lot has been done to adapt … Continue reading