International Migrants Day

According to the United Nations, in 2020, international migrants made up 3.6% of the world’s population. The cause of this startling statistic can be attributed to a number of factors, however, the main reasons are thought to be the ‘increased magnitude and frequency of disasters, economic challenges, and extreme poverty or conflict’. This adversity then leads migrants into making the life-changing decision to move countries, often along with their families.

International Migrants Day is observed on the 18th of December. To mark the occasion, and to help tackle the issues above, Springer Nature has collated this collection. Here, you can see the best and latest research from across disciplines and imprints dedicated to highlighting the challenges faced by migrants.

Explore the collection for free throughout December.

Migration and Health

Migration Governance

Migration and Work/Labour

Migration and Family Life

Forced Migration

Economic Migration

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