Population Migration And Education1Presentation Transcript
Migration/ Education and the whole shooting match
What we will cover:
Women’s education and its effects on migration and health
Different types of government lead migration
What are the effects of migration on both the source and the host countries
Ethnic cleansing what is it and where does it happen
What is political asylum and refugees and how will this alter in the future.
The Education Effect
According to the Cairo Conference educating women is the single most important step that governments can take to improve the health of their citizens and economies
Educated women are more economically productive
In Morocco an extra year of education is linked to 16% rise in a woman’s earnings.
Educated women are more confident
In Nepal, Nigeria and India studies found that literate women were expected to receive better treatment at clinics and hospitals
Educated women marry later
World fertility Survey found that women with over 7 yrs of schooling married around 4yrs later than uneducated women
Educated women use family planning
Uneducated women in Brazil have three times as many children as those who graduate from secondary school
Educated women have healthier children
In Latin America studies showed that educated women are more likely to attend antenatal clinics and have supervised births as well as having their babies immunised.
Matrix to Illustrate Different Types of Government led Migration MOTIVES INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION INTERNAL MIGRATION Political US selective immigration Vietnamese Boat people Israeli settlement of West bank China’s Cultural revolution Westminster council’s displacement of tenants Social Many policies to attract wealthy immigrants Export of UK orphans to colonies in 19 th Century Post war overspill Kibbutz’s in Israel Ethnic/ Religious Evacuation of Ethiopian Jews Immigration control in the UK Partition of India SA and Apartheid Ethnic cleansing in former Yugoslavia Kurds in Iraq Economic Labour Recruitment in Venezuela Australia's populate or perish policy Turkish to Germany guest workers Control of movements in Romania Indonesian transmigration
Effects on different countries
In groups think about the effects of migration on both the source and host countries. Create a table and with positives and negatives for both the host and the source.
You have ten minutes
Do Governments have the right to control international migration?
What do they impinge?
Freedom of movement
Right to work
Note down the advantages and disadvantages of unimpeded migration.
Page 149 Global challenges read the article on Ethnic cleansing answer question one
Note down the implications of ethnic cleansing and other examples both present day and historical.
Turn to page 150 and look at the article on refugees answer question 1 on p.151
Define the following terms
Given the future that you perceive what will influence global amounts of refugees and people claiming political asylum in the future?