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International Migration, Refugee Regime & Diaspora


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Migration
the movement of people between countries on a long term or permanent basis
internal migration
permanent movement within a particular country
Challenges faced by cities.
Tenements, ghettos, and corrupt politics
blocked oha channel
RD antcient terraces formed (prior eruptions)
immigration
arriving to live in a particular place
Collective rights
Rights guaranteed to specific groups in society for historical and constitutional reasons. These groups are: Aboriginals, including First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples; and Francophones and Anglophones.
Seasonal migration
The process of moving for a period of time in response to labor or
blitzkreg effect
rapid deployment of human population with big game hunting= rapid demise of big game
immigrant
someone who arrives to another region or country looking for work or new opportunities.
refugee
people who are forced to migrate from their home country and cannot return for fear of persecution because of their race, religion, nationality, membership in a social group, or political opinion
Push Factors
Things which happened in the persons place of origin which made them decide to move
Pull Factors
Things about a persons destination which attract them
anemohydrochores
dispersal by both wind and water
Asylum
PLACE OF REFUGE OR SHELTER
Citizen
A member of a state who is legally entitled to full civil rights and is legally obliged to perform defined public duties.
aquifer depletion
the removal by humans of more groundwater than can be recharged by precipitation or melting snow
migrate
move from one country or region to another and settle there
Quota
A legal limit on the quantity of a particular product that can be imported or exported
visa
A lega permission stamped on a passport allowing legal travel.
Persecution
Constantly being injured or distressed
Trafficker
seller; someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money (usually against the dictates of the law)
Civil War
A war between people of the same country.
Types of Orogenies
o Oceanic plate-continental plate collision Orogenesis
Blizzard
A snowstorm with high winds and low visibility.
Air Pollution
Acid rain - damages buildings and vegetation