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Mediterranean interfaces : agriculture, rural development and migration : forward-looking policies and programmes for an integrated approach

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posted on 2023-10-11, 14:48 authored by Anna TriandafyllidouAnna Triandafyllidou

Migration is a growing global phenomenon and its impacts on both origin and destination countries have become major concerns in national, regional and international political agendas. As migrations connect and relate territories experiencing different dynamics, the Mediterranean provides quite a unique setting to address migrations, as the region is characterised by important agro-ecological as well as socio-economic asymmetries. The relationships between development and migration are complex, and so are the drivers, the impacts and the implications of migratory processes. Particularly for rural areas as agriculture and the rural world provide for push as much as pull factors for migrations throughout the different rims of the Mediterranean.

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