What Is Mixed Migration And How To Manage It“Mixed migration” refers to migrants from one country entering another who typically have more than one reason for migrating. These reasons can be that they are refugees fearing for their safety in their home country, economic opportunity, family reunification, and more.
This set of essays sheds light on how governments approach mixed migration both positively and negatively. They address mixed migration from the perspectives of law, politics, and history.
Source: Yale Journal of International Law, 4/22/22
Managing Mixed Migration