Impact of Circular Migration on Human, Political and Civil Rights (Hardcover)
Circular migration refers to the movement of migrant workers between home and host areas, mainly for the purpose of obtaining employment. It depicts a well-established pattern of population mobility, which is either rural-urban or cross-country. This migration pattern has various advantages, comprising an increase in social capital, financial capital and human capital. Circular migration plays a significant role as a source of labor supply for countries with a shortage of labor. It also helps to decrease the tendency of illegal migration in countries with established experience with this system. This book aims to understand the impact of circular migration on human, political and civil rights. It is a vital tool for all researching and studying the process and politics of circular migration.