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The role of a priori cross-border migration after extreme climate events : the case of the Philippines after typhoon Haiyan / Cleovi Mosuela, Denise Margaret Matias
VerfasserMosuela, Cleovi C. ; Matias, Denise Margaret
ErschienenBielefeld : Center on Migration, Citizenship and Development, 2014
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Bibl. Referenzoai:gesis.izsoz.de:document/50881
SerieCOMCAD Working Papers ; no. 126
SchlagwörterPhilippinen / Migration / Klimaänderung / Familienzusammenführung
URNurn:nbn:de:hbz:6:2-124807 
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Abstract: The Philippine archipelago of 7,107 islands is known for being one of the most vulnerable countries to climatic change. It has also been known for its cross-border migrant workers, who comprise 10 per cent of the whole population. In this paper, we discuss the role of a priori cross-border migration in strengthening international humanitarian response to the negative impacts brought by typhoon Haiyan in 2013. The response has been driven by either familial affiliation of cross-border migrants to the affected provinces or national affiliation of cross-border migrants to the Philippines itself. These two types of networks also lead to two different but not mutually exclusive emerging systemic responses to environmental change and here we draw parallelisms with typhoon Ketsana in 2009. First, familial affiliation of those affected reinforces migration through immigration relief opportunities such as those offered by Canada and United States. Second, cross-border Filipino migrants, eit

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