The International Organization for Migration works largely with more than one hundred and fifty countries to bring humane and organized migration to society. Among their eighteen policies that they are executing today, they are working towards the Migration Integration policy. This policy has already started three projects that affect Denmark, Finland, Latvia, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Lithuania, Romania and Slovakia. These three projects have addressed a multifaith approach to integration, migration in the media and spotlight and European cooperation for integration. Besides the articles that are on IOMs website addressing ...view middle of the document...
In researching many sources on migration, the question is raised: How can humane migration be properly executed? The implications of this organization are that because the three projects under the Migration Integration policy only affect a few countries out of the entirety that they work with, some countries aren’t receiving this same kind of aid. The fifteen countries that are receiving these specific types of aid are working towards a better lifestyle through learning about migrations ties with globalization and indigenization. But because IOM works directly with governments in these countries, it could be hard to achieve everything that is promised in these programs to the countries they are helping. After learning what IOM is about and the goals they have set forth, I will need to further research these policies and explore the legislation in each of the fifteen countries to see what is unjust about their migration patterns and what IOM is doing for these countries that other organizations are not. I recommend that IOM implement the same project strategies into every country that they are working with, rather than having specific strategies for different countries so that the outcomes are all equal and humane. Having the same projects in every country helping to integrate migrants into societies peacefully will hopefully lessen the negative arguments for migration as a whole.
Humane Migration for Citizens Around the World
Studies have been conducted on the definition of humane migration and how to achieve this in countries around the world. However, contradictory studies have been found to show that many people are displeased with the rate people are migrating as the years proceed. To understand how both of these viewpoints affect the IOM and their work with countries around the world, both viewpoints should be taken into consideration. This paper examines the studies that are for humane migration around the world to propose that additional research needs to be conducted to better understand the viewpoints these authors are making.
Lechner. Frank J. Globalization: The Making of World Society. 1st Ed. Wiley-Blackwell. Chichester, U.K. 2009. 15-76.
This book explores the dimensions of globalization and the debated issues that surround it. Lechner argues that globalization involves people becoming connected through a sharing of ideas and cultures. This sharing of ideas and cultures is what humane migration aims to do. Lechner claims that globalization involves interdependence of people around the world and that citizens need to work together, regardless of their nationality.
Frank J. Lechner has a PhD in sociology and has published three books about globalization and the world society. This book is fairly recent and was published in 2009. Its ideas of globalization are up to date and include statistics and research from previous years. Lechner seems to present an unbiased opinion throughout most of his book,...