Opinions

Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: The Caribbean

An important example of this form of migration involves the movement of Cuban doctors and nurses to Anglophone Caribbean states, where they work in hospitals in these countries. Cuba–Caribbean health agreements support intra-Caribbean labor force migration by minimizing the shortage of health care professionals in the region. International migration has negatively impacted the pool of doctors and nurses in the... >>

Dr. Suzette Haughton Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica
Opinions 7 January 2019
Global Mobility Trends: Climate Migration
Prof. Rosemary Lyster Professor of Climate and Environmental Law at the University of Sydney and Director of the Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law
Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: Sub-Saharan Africa
Ryan Cummings Director of Signal Risk
Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: The Americas
Dr. Diego Acosta Leading international expert on global and comparative migration law and Associate Professor in Migration Law at the University of Bristol
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Halal Travel
Fazal Bahardeen Founder and CEO at CrescentRating
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Increasing Visa Liberalization Among African Nations
Ryan Cummings Director of Signal Risk
Opinions 4th Quarter 2018
The GDPR and the Right to Be Forgotten
Hendrik Seidel Associate in the Germany office of Baker McKenzie
Opinions 4th Quarter 2018
The Rise of Instrumental Citizenship
Prof. Dr. Christian Joppke Executive Director of the Institute of Sociology and Professor of General Sociology at the University of Bern
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
Thailand’s Growing Wealth Management Industry
Benjamin Cavalli Head of Private Banking Southeast Asia and CEO Singapore, Credit Suisse, Singapore
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