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Features of Migration Processes in Latin America in 2000-2020: case of Mexico

Student: Anna Rogalskaya

Supervisor: Ekaterina Kosevich

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Relations (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Migration has always had a significant impact on the demographic characteristics of nations and has also contributed significantly to the economic, political, and social processes of various countries. According to the UN International Organization for Migration over the last 50 years, the share of migrants in the global population has increased from 2.3% to 3.6%, and the number of migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean was 40.5 million, or about 15% of the global migrant population, making Latin America and the Caribbean a space with high rates of migration. Despite the fact that migration is an important topic, there are few studies that analyze comprehensively the characteristics and changes of migration processes in the Latin American region (in particular, Mexico) during the period 2000-2020. This study will attempt to provide a comprehensive overview of the characteristics and changes of Latin American migration between 2000 and 2020, using Mexico as a case study.

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