Asian Migration Policy: South, Southeast and East Asia

Md. Mizanur Rahman (Editor)
National University of Singapore (NUS) and AKM Ahsan Ullah (American University in Cairo.CMRS., Ne Cairo, Egypt

Series: Asian Political, Economic and Social Issues
BISAC: POL054000

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This book includes chapters that investigate the development of international migration policy in major emigrant countries in Asia; and that in today’s highly mobile world, migration has become an increasingly complex area of governance, inextricably interlinked with other key policy areas including economic and social development, national security, human rights, public health regional stability and inter-country cooperation. Role of institutions in facilitating or de-facilitating migration, the potential impact of environmental degradation on population displacement are key contents of the book. This book recommends that migration policy be aligned in a way so as to incorporate migrants’ rights. Migrants, wherever they move on and whatever their status is must not be stripped of their human rights. Due to the fact that migrants, especially female migrants are more vulnerable at the destination point to multiple abuses than at their original location, migration policy has to take this into account. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Introduction

Chapter I. Migration Policy: Theoretical and Conceptual Issues
(AKM Ahsan Ullah, Mizanur Rahman)

Chapter II. Understanding Asian Migration Policy
(Mizanur Rahman)

Chapter III. Foreign workers’ policies and issues in South Korea
(SooKee TAN)

Chapter IV. “Foreign Nationals in Japan” and its Aftermath:
Challenges to new paradigm of coexistence
(Suga Setsuko)

Chapter V. Changing migration policies in Hong Kong
An efficacy analysis
(AKM Ahsan Ullah)

Chapter VI. Migration Policy in Singapore
(Mizanur Rahman)

Chapter VII. Dependency on Foreign Labour and Migration Policy in Malaysia
(Mst. Rayhena Sarker)

Chapter VIII. Migrant workers and rights in Taiwan
(AKM Ahsan Ullah)

Chapter IX. Migration Management Approaches and Initiatives in South Asia
(Md. Shahidul Haque)

Chapter X. International Labour Migration Policy and
Development in Indonesia
(Graeme Hugo)

Chapter XI. When History and River Break the Border in South Asia: Environmental Migration and Policy Dilemma
(Robert Stojanov and Barbora Duží)

Chapter XII. Gendering Space and Movement: A Reflection on Overseas Labour Migration Policy in Bangladesh
(Syeda Rozana Rashid)

Chapter XIII. Recruiting Migrant Labour in Asia:
Interplay between Institutions and Networks
(Mizanur Rahman and Lian Kwen Fee)

Index

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