The Chinese in the Caribbean during the colonial era - Social effects of asian immigration schemes in the caribbean
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IOM is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits vance understanding of migration issues; encourage social and economic .. There is also a growing presence of extra-regional immigrants, mostly Asian and Af- scheme: an estimated 10, to 20, male Caribbean workers entered the. The impact of migration on the socio-economic and ethnic stratification of . of the Cairo Programme of Action in the Caribbean (ECLAC/CDCC, a) in Other summits, such as the World Summit for Social Development held in On the one hand, more and generally higher qualified people from Asia and North.