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migrant

[′mī·grənt]
(zoology)
An animal that moves from one habitat to another.
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Over the weekend, some 3,000 migrants were transported from Gevgelija to Tabanovce by train.
Migreat, the web and mobile platform for migrants, and TawiPay, the comparison website for international money transfer services, partner to bring transparency to two of the services migrants need most; immigration visas and money transfer.
In this research, the primary data was collected from migrants from eighteen districts of Shanghai that live inside the basement.
Effective implementation of the existing legislation related to migrants and formation of new laws for promotion and protection of the rights of migrant workers is advocated for.
After being adopted by the UN General Assembly in December 1990, it took 13 years for the International Convention on the Rights of Migrant Workers and their Families (ICRMW) to come into force: the longest of any of the 10 core international human rights instruments: due to its very slow ratification rate.
As we look back on the 30 years that Migrant Health Newsline has been in print, we also want to look back on the evolution of migrant health.
Most international migrants are of working age (20 to 64 years) and account for 74 per cent of the total.
According to a report by UNICEF, children of migrant workers--whether they migrated with their parents or were born in the host country--run the risk of being denied access to basic services, including schools and health services.
The plight of migrants is particularly tragic when its source is violent conflict, as in Syria and Libya, or natural or man-made disasters.
The bureau published the 2012 Investigational and Monitoring Report of Chinese Migrant Workers on Sunday, according to (http://news.
Washington, April 6 ( ANI ): Xenophobia, or the intolerance of foreigners, is no longer the main reason why migrants feel unhappy.
To this end, a regional workshop, "Review of the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) Countries' Existing Reproductive Health Legislations, Policies, and Services for Women and Women Migrant Workers," was organised in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in September 2012 by Raks Thai Foundation in cooperation with CARAM Cambodia, and with the support of Rockefeller Foundation and the Asia Pacific Alliance (APA).