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Migration in the past and present
Migration and modernity
VIOLENCE: Around 10 million people from Africa were violently displaced. Subjected to slavery by the colonial system
DEVELOPMENT: Industrialization: displacements countryside – cities. 50 million+ from Europe to America. Main destinations: Europe and USA from America, Africa and Asia.
MODERNITY: 16th Century: Europe conquered new territories in America, Africa, and Oceania. Reached genocide.
Migration in the past
The biggest part of them was forcedly mobilized, not by factors of nature, but by the action of
other human beings.
In fact, it marked the world history, for example, the big displacements in Asia, the conquests of North Africa and the invasion of Northern Europeans to the Roman Empire.
Mobility is a human’s characteristic. In many ways, the history has shown people's movement from one place to another, even from one continent to another. Thanks to the migrations, humanity began knowing its surroundings and adapted, which caused changes in its body, in its way of life and organization.
To eliminate customs barriers and products. Migration: business sector and highly qualified professionals. Openness capital to circulated around the world (no restrictions)
3% of the world's population lives in another country. + 14 million have requested refuge. + 26 million are displaced. At least 740 million people who have permanently changed their residence.
Migration in Latin American
In the Aboriginal Era, the great empires caused important forced migrations.
The conquest of America was related to large migratory processes of people from Europe and Africa.
Several migrations from the first settlements to the present.
Migration processes: internal, intraregional and international
Types of migration
Places of destination, they are distinguished: internal migration, international migration, cross-border migration.
The legal point of view, there are: regular migrations, irregular migrations.
Three types of migration: definitive migration, temporary migration, stationary migration.