Elements of a more global approach to migration management

In the ever-widening debate on migration, the question about how far migration can and needs to be regulated globally is a recurring one. There is growing awareness that national policies are inadequate for the more global challenges of migration, and that new or revised approaches to migration are needed (European Commission, 2000a; Salt, 2000; Koser, 2001). Some people believe that national immigration policies should be embedded in a multilateral framework, like trade and investment (Ghosh, 2000).

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