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Human Migration: Start Here

This guide provides resources to help understand and analyze the complexities of human migration. It also served as a companion resource to Florissant Valley's Fall 2015 Global Gatherings: Stories of Migration.

This guide offers resources to help understand and analyze humanitarian issues and the often conflicting cultural, political, and historical forces at work related to human migration.

This guide also served as a companion resource to Florissant Valley's Fall 2015 Global Gatherings: Stories of Migration.

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Figures published by UK's Office of National Statistics (ONS) in late October, 2015 show that the UK population is projected to rise by 9.7 million over the next 25 years from an estimated 64.6 million to 74.3 million. Just over half of this is set to be accounted for by migration while the rest will be due to more births than deaths according to the ONS’ assumptions.

Migration Maps

Migrations Maps - U.S. Arrivals view (select countries and limit by Arrivals or Departures)

The World’s Congested Human Migration Routes in 5 Maps National Geographic

(Eve Conant, National Geographic; Maps by Matthew Chwastyk and Ryan Williams, National Geographic, Published September 19, 2015)

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True Stories. Drawn from Life.

PositiveNegatives produce literary comics about contemporary social and human rights issues. We combine ethnographic research with illustration and photography, adapting personal testimonies into art, education and advocacy materials.”

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