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Contemporary Society inGlobal World
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11. OVERVIEW................................................................................................................................1Migration in context of globalisation:.........................................................................................1Impact of migration and remittance...........................................................................................2Key challenges and issued faced in migration by host country.................................................5Key challenges and issued faced in remittance by host country...............................................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................10
INTRODUCTIONThe contemporary society is refers to the setting characterized by technological. Thisbrings about changes such as increased life expectancy, literacy and gender equality, bringingnatural equilibrium. The globalisation is the global integration of international trade, investment,information technology and cultures. Migration is the movement of people from one place toanother with the objective of settling permanently or for short span of time. As this may bevoluntary or forced. A remittance refers to the money transfer by the foreign worker to anindividual in their home country. As money sent home by migrants competes with internationalaid as one of the largest financial inflows to developing countries. To better understand thisconcept, the question is being selected from assessment one that is “Impact of impact ofmigration andremittanceto host/ country of origin” is being selected. The understanding of topicand it applicability in context of globalisation is being explained in this report. To betterunderstand this there are different sources and information is being used. The ability to applyglobalisation theory in the chosen topic is being explained in this project. With the help of thesequestion, project is developed to the final output is being explained in this project.1. OVERVIEWThis shows the literature to present the evidence on impact of remittances and migrationon migrant sending countries, communities and households.Migration in respect to globalisation.The main objective of this research is to understand impact of remittance and migrationin various aspects such as economic development, impact on household, investment andlabour allocation decisions.Long term impact on the remittances on growth perspective which involves effect onlabour force and participation.Migration in context of globalisation:Migration is a way to moving from one place to another in order to avail newopportunities so that one can settle temporary or permanently. The moving from the home toanother place for specific work and job is known as migration. There are various reason formigration such as to have better life, better education and globalisation etc. can be the causes formigration. As the migration can be from one city to another city or one country to another1
country. The people who migrate from one country to another is the part of globalisation. Thishelps in the reducing of unemployment by developing better job opportunities. The migrationmake impact on the directly both hosting and sending country (Faiste, 2013). As the sendingcountry will lost skills and talent of their country and similarly hosting country will get somenew talent which will be helpful in development of their country. For example. The person nameJohn is planning to migrant from United Kingdom to Turkey due to the job purpose as this willaid in learning new skills and talent. This knowledge can be applied by person in their origincountry in various ways and it depends on various conditions which are as follows:The migrants have learnt new skills and knowledge abroad.These new skills are useful in their areas of origin.The migrants are willing and able to apply these new skills which learned at new place.According to Collyer and et.al., 2013, the migrant will get to learn many new skills bygoing global and one can use these skills at their home society when they return back from theirworking place. The above condition can be not be met by the unskilled worker as because theymight not have learned many new skills. These skills may also not be useful in the rural areas.The study shows that unskilled migrants doing some semi skilled work and acquired some of fewskills abroad. As migrant who did received some training are able to use these skills at theirhome town. This study shows that on return migration to Armenia, Georgia and Morocco showsthat a considerable number of migrants have acquired some skill such as vocational skills,technical skills, language skill, work organisation skills and ethics etc. are skills which learnedby migrants. The globalisation helps an individual to gain and acquire some new skills bymigrating from one place to another place.Impact of migration and remittanceMigration refers to the moving of a person to intercity or international city. As this isrelated with labour migration.Remittances are defined as the monetary transfers which is sent from overseas migrantsto their family back home. The migration and remittance make impact on the host country whichcan be positive from one author viewpoint while from other author it can be the negative. Theseimpact are discussed as below:Household income / poverty:2
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